I always ask my kids what they want to be when they grow up.
I love to see where their imagination takes them, and where their interests lie.
If you think ages 7 and 4 is too young to have a clue - I would argue that point.
I remember being asked by my teacher when I was 9 what I wanted to be when I grew up.
I replied without hestitation "a journalist" because I felt it in my very core that I wanted to be a writer....
So yesterday was my daughter's third birthday. I think I am still in shock that she turned three. My only wish for her, was that she would have a great day.
And it was a wonderful day for her - as we had planned each minute of the day out in detail.
In the morning, she was able to pick her breakfast and spend some leisurely time with her brother. In the afternoon, her brother headed off to another birthday party at a local gym to allow for some special alone time for her with mommy and daddy....that's when the real fun began.....
It's my daughter's second birthday today and I can't wait for her to see all the decorations and gifts that have been hidden for the past two weeks in our garage.
The theme of her birthday is "Princess", so everything had to be chosen with a princess on it. Although, to be honest, I think it was more me who chose the theme this year than her....