Our birthday hunt involves clues to the hiding place of each birthday surprise. The birthday child has so much fun finding each gift & then it must be unwrapped before the next clue is given! So far we've kept it to the family/dining/toy room, but I can see as the children get bigger it will have to eventually be farm wide!!Ellie had a very busy day. She received lovely phone calls from far off relatives before school & then during school I bought paddy cakes in for her class & then when she arrived home from the bus a car pulled up & out came one of her favourite friends Em - with her sisters & a special birthday gift. So a quick afternoon tea with friends & then off to her ballet lesson (Where she received gifts from more friends!). Home again & a special birthday dinner of chicken nuggets & fried rice (unusual combination - I know- but this girl has unusual eating habits - she once told our pastors wife she is " allergic to chips" as she doesn't like them!). And then a special birthday cake!(And mums - this is one of the easiest cakes ever to make - just a circle cake & ice it & I bought the tea set from Kmart for $3 & the dolls are cabbage patch kids collectibles which were also only $3!!!) I also had some leftover paddy cakes for seats & I covered them in glad wrap so the dolls wouldn't get messy!!!)
Ellie also had a special treat as Nanny made the long trek down from Qld especially for Ellie's birthday & to spend a week!!
What a very happy birthday princess!!!!!