It seems my birthday lasted for a week! My parents came over for dinner on thursday and brought a Dairy Queen icecream cake. Then on Saturday we went out with my sisters and had a great dinner at Bandera and then to a comedy club in old town Scottsdale. It was so much fun, we asked ourselves why we don't do this more often. I finished the weekend up with family barbeque at the in-laws and am now officially OVER bday cake!
Today was my 35th bday and it was full of great surprises. It started off with Shawna buying me breakfast and a balloon, my wonderful husband surprising me with starbucks, bagels, scones and cookies for everyone at work, Macayo's delivered for lunch, tons of well wishes from friends and family and then the BEST gift ever. I was able to take care of and deliver my best friends baby on my bday. Phoebe Mae Cain. Jen did amazing and Phoebe is just beautiful. I even got to go home a little early. When I got home more hugs and kisses from my girls. Madelyn made me a bracelet and a special card. Just when I thought it could not get any better, Jason pulls my favorite ice cream out of the freezer (Cold Stone). Thanks to everyone who made my day so fun!
Saturday we had a real tea party with GG Loe, Nana and Aunt Danelle. The girls were so excited to go to a REAL tea house. They picked out their dresses and purses for our tea party. We went down town the historical distric to an old victorian house that is now called the Teeter House. Great food, tea and decor. They had a great time feeling like big girls. I am loving having girls :)
Jason and I met at Paradise Valley High School softmore year. We were good friends and began dating the end of our Junior year. We have shared so many firsts together and have been there for each other through so many changes in our lives. We have been married for almost ten years and look forward to many more years of love, happiness, and fun! We have been blessed with two beautiful and amazing girls, Madelyn and Sara. They keep us laughing (and crying) and remind us everyday how lucky we are to be their Mom and Dad.