My little Eee has turned five.
I can hardly believe it. Usually this age signals an entry into school life. I am very glad to say that we are enjoying our home school life so much we will be continuing that for little Eee as well. Of course she is already learning but I guess I will 'up that a notch' as her early literacy skills develop and need enhancement. She is currently at that lovely stage of absorbing so much information and eagerly desiring to learn new things. "Would you like to go and play? or would you like to do your Maths?", "Maths!" is her reply. I'll lap it up while it lasts. :)
The cake required for the birthday was quite a simple trampoline. I was very grateful for this as I was unwell for most of August. Getting my head around a more complex cake was not what I needed as I recovered from persistence congestion and coughing.
I have always included my girls in cake decorating for their birthdays rather than keeping the cake a surprise for them. For this also I am grateful as it means that they set to work in decorating for themselves while I simply supervise. They are also learning valuable skills as well as setting their creative minds and fingers to work.
And with the addition of a few sweet little dollies the trampoline comes alive.
Happy Birthday little Eee!
From your cute little nose
to your tippy-toes
God's wonderful work surely shows.
Happy Birthday Tutu you.
You made me and formed me with Your hands. Psalm 119:73
(printed on the card received from Granny)