Friday, July 29, 2011

she's seven.

Yesterday, sparkling Sophia turned seven. She only had two requests to make her day special--a home cooked IHOP breakfast and going to the local swim park.

Shopping for her was super easy being the little creative budding artist that she is. And Pearl has even put in a request that she would like the exact same presents for Christmas.

Being the wonderful Mommy that I am, I decided to wrap each one of her amazing gifts separately. This made for a table filled with surprises and Sophia liked that. What did I end up buying this super seven year old? Just take a look at sweetie Sosos's new treasures which also include gifts from her grandparents that I got to pick out.

(click on the links below to view the items)


Wendy said...

Thank you for leaving a comment on my blog so I could "meet" you and your blog. What a precious family God has given you! I am also a pastor's wife and named Wendy. Looking forward to reading your blog more.

Mrs.Rabe said...

Very sweet!

Happy 7th Birthday to Sophia!


Mercy D'souza said...

Aww, birthdays are such fun. Someone really loves mermaids. :) Looks like she had a great day.

Kelly said... seem like super mama! Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and commenting. It seems like your little girl had a great birthday party, you did a wonderful job putting everything together! :)

Kate @ Bliss and That said...

My oldest (Bella) just turned 7 last week too! I'm sure she and Sophia would love to play together, as it looks like they like a lot of the same things. :) Bella just got that same M&D recorder or flute from us for her b'day. That's one of the only things she wanted! I do have a question... I've never seen those Megan Rose books. Looking into them, as Bella is starting to read the chapter books that are appropriate for her. I like that it says they are Christian and no "mean" talk like Junie B., but wondered if they were too centered around the "normal" classroom and classmates of a school setting. We also homeschool... I never want my daughter to think she's different.