Monday, May 10, 2010

Our Sweetie is TWO!!

Our Kyndall Sadie is two years old!!! Oh my! It really is amazing how much a little one grows and learns in just two short years. Kyndall is talking up a storm . . . telling knock-knock jokes, saying "see you later alligator", copying everything ANYONE says, bossing her big brothers around, and singing "No One Like You" by David Crowder in the van. So fun to have such a spunky little girl around our house!!!

Kyndall celebrated her birthday with some of her little friends at a special playgroup party the day before her actual birthday. So much fun for her and me too!!! We have such a special group of families that we have loved sharing life with over the past several years. A blessing for sure!!!






On her birthday morning, Anderson and Daddy took Kyndall out for a birthday breakfast and free donuts at Krispy Kreme (and gave me a little time to finish getting family party stuff in order!). What a special little gal to get so much attention from her dad and big bro. Poor Connor missed out because he was at school . . . he kept trying to find a way to get me to take him out for both Kyndall's playgroup party and her birthday morning. HA! Nice try big guy! But, honestly, he LOVES school so it was pretty sweet that he thought he should be home for his little sis.



A tower of yummy cupcakes for a SWEET little gal!!! We actually had an ELMO themed party . . . but it is hard to tell from the pics.

Yes, princess packaging is a must for a little girl party!!! I love it!



What fun to celebrate Kyndall! God has truly blessed our lives with her . . . we can't even imagine what our house looked like without baby dolls, barrettes, and so much PINK!

3 comments:

Tina said...

Happy birthday, sweet Kyndall! It seems like just yesterday you were born and we visited you at the ripe old age of 1 month...look at you now! Hugs and kisses from Auntie Tina and Uncle Tom in Virginia!!! :)

Alli said...

Two year olds are the funnest! Looks like you throw a rocking party :)

Audrey said...

Awwww. I love that picture of Kyndall looking adoringly at her brother. Aren't little girls a blessing to the family?!