The Wog has been very excited about her birthday and ballet birthday party. Every day for the past two weeks she has asked me, "Am I four yet?" When the big day actually arrived, I don't think she could believe that it was really here. While we missed the company of some loved ones, we made the very best of it!
Do you think the guest knew The Wog's favorite color?
The "peeee-yata" was definitely the highlight of the party.
These little guys meant business!
I'd hate to be on the other end of that stick:
The Wog takes another go.
(The "pee-yata" would not submit to the broomstick. Eventually, it submitted to the pocketknife.)
The Doodle did not get a turn, but didn't seem to mind!
She blew out all the candles on the first try!
Afterwards, The Wog opened her gifts with plenty of "help:"
How a determined-yet-artistically talentless mother improvises when the poster ordered for the "Pin the Tutu on the Ballerina" game never arrives:
(The headpiece was also supposed to be a skirt petal, but one of the partygoers saw it as a crown; who was I to correct her?)
After the party, she insisted on donning one of her new "glamour" dresses from Aunt MB. Then she melted down because we didn't let her have ANOTHER piece of chocolate.
How every birthday girl should feel on her big day:
(She was positively abuzz with happiness.)
When the party was all over I asked The Wog if she was sad that it was over; she said "yes," paused, and added, "But I'm still four, right?" HAPPY BIRTHDAY, to the sweet, lovely, irrepressible Wog!