Thursday, November 13, 2008
The twins have turned two! I now, and for the next week, have a house with 3 two year olds in it. Kajta turns 3 next week.
Wow, Kelly and Sabrina are two. They had such a wonderful birthday. It was so different than last year. Last year we had plenty of guests but Kelly was still really withdrawn because of her West Syndrome and did not really enjoy it. This year she was just like every other average kid. She was so excited about the cake and the presents. I am going to post videos later today or this week. The girls each got a new baby doll.
Here is Kelly opening hers. Sabrina got an identical one too, of course.
They could not wait to get them out of the boxes.
They both said "Baby!!"
and they both
kissed their babies.
They also got a Dora video. Kelly about flipped out because she loves Dora. Then they got plastic dishes.
These were a necessity because we had one small set.
and they all kept fighting over them.
Same thing with the baby dolls. We had one large baby and they all fought over it. Now they each have their own. The dolls were inexpensive. I went for the dolls that require imagination. They do not talk or poop. I like that much better.
The twins look so cute with their matching shirts, a gift from Michael's friend Julia and with their matching hats. They are twins, after all. The girls had such a good time and Kelly did a great job grabbing the paper and pulling it off.
Oma and Opa Meyer came to visit and celebrate the double birthday.
Here is Oma holding Baby Sarah.
Nanny Sarah gave the girls both play cellphones. Again, I was so impressed with Kelly.
She knew just what it was and both she and Sabrina started talking away on their phones together like professionals!!!
Next they will want an I-Phone.
Nanny Sarah's parents in Canada sent the girls gifts too. Now we have several really cool Disney Singalong DVDs.
This is a super addition to our house.
Every single one of my five lovely flowers loves to sing.
I think they get this from me and from my Mother too.
Thank you to the Nielsen family in Canada!
I did not bake the birthday cakes.
Somehow, I just do not seem to have enough time to do everything.
I bought frozen ones in the store. They turned out really cute though.
Everyone wore a hat, even Baby Sarah.
Oma and Opa gave us money and we bought the girls a Princess Tent with it. We let Katja unwrap that because she is still too young to get the idea that only the birthay person gets a present.
Everyone had to get in on the act. Even big Sister Sam wanted to get inside of the tent.
Wait, who is that? Is that Oma's behind sticking out of the tent?
Once Oma figured out that she did not fit into the Princess tent, the girls had it all to themselves. We put Kelly into her Bumbo chair and fun was had by all!