You don't need commentary right?
At least not a lot?
... some tissue flowers I made myself.
My sister saw them and said, "These are cute. Wait! Did you make these?"
I don't think my family thinks I can be even a little bit domestic or crafty.
A lot of balloons.
So many balloons there nearly wasn't room for me, Jason and the balloons in the car.
My sister Tiffany, who without a doubt is both domestic and crafty, finished the elephant blanket I started many moons ago, and made the adorable E wall hanging that I am going to put on Em's bedroom door.
...was served on these...
I didn't make a single thing on that goodies table.
(And I wonder where my family gets the idea that I'm not domestic...)
I ordered everything from a bakery.
Except for the cake.
Have you ever seen anything more perfect for our little lady?
A dear friend from high school made it as a gift for Em's birthday party.
She has a blog with all of her amazing work.
My little sister Amanda made elephant cake pops.
She was also gifted with the domestic gene.
If you happen to ask if Em got to play with her cake...
...this is how the little lady feels about food in general...
MY SISTERS' GIFT TO EM
WHAT OUR LITTLE MISS DID FOR MOST OF HER PARTY
My surrogate mother held our little miss for nearly an hour while she slept...I think they both look pretty content.
There was a lot of support...
a lot of love...
and way too many goodies left over.
Thank you to all of you who came and celebrated our baby girl!