She wanted her daddy to be there to watch her unwrap her present, but she didn't want to wait ALL day for him to get off work. So the only other option was to get up BEFORE daddy went to work.
The finished product. It's Lego's. It's a dollhouse. It's a Lego dollhouse. It's two, two toys in one! For hours of fun. (Okay, stop me now. I'm getting too silly).
It went a lot like last time.
Logan mostly playing video games and
Taylor enjoying the rides.
We all enjoyed celebrating our princess girl, her fearlessness, her sweetness, her great big, toothless grin, and all her awesomeness. She is a ball of energy and we love our 7-year-old with all our hearts!!!
Meanwhile, Logan's been working diligently at Cub Scouts. He earned his Bear badge, his Religious Knot, and 2 arrow points.
The Cub Master put 3 streaks of paint on his cheek, each one representing a level achieved in Cub Scouts. Logan knew it was coming and told the Cub Master he didn't want the paint on his face. The Cub Master said, "It's part of the experience" and that he had to do it.
We are very proud of Logan and his desire to do Cub Scouts, even though it's sometimes tough, with moving so often and participating in so many different packs. (This is his 3rd pack this year).
So there you have it, the Birthday Girl and the Bear.