My sister, Katie, made an awesome cake for our 'fish' themed party. Mairead loves fish (blub, blub, blub) and when we settle into our new place, we want to get her a little fish tank. Katie had some great ideas for the cake-- how cute are the little fish and bubbles?
When I was little, I had this cute little house and little 'boys,' as I called them, to go with it. I loved my house and my boys (very foretelling) and spent hours playing with them. My mom found the house and the boys, and she decorated the house to look like our own house in Weymouth. Mairead loved her gift and I loved it, too. She won't remember living in Weymouth, so it was such a great idea to make a little house to look like her first home. Thanks, Mom (aka, Nana).
Brian MADE Mairead a little wooden bench and in the back of it, carved a Celtic knot very similar to the ones on our wedding invitations- how amazing is that? I was SO impressed- what a great gift from her godfather! Jack tried to get some of his uncle's beer, but he is not old enough. You should be at least 10-12 months old before having some beer.
Mairead was a little confused by all of the singing and attention, but don't worry, she loved both! She kept repeating, 'birthday' after people said it to her. Very cute.
I love this one of Katie and her godson, Ben. We can't wait for Katie and Steve's little girl to join our family, too!
My mom found this outfit in St. Thomas-- it has little fish embroidered on it- perfect for the theme of the day!
Again- thanks so much to everyone who came to the party. And thanks for the generous gifts- I will get out thank you notes after the dust settles for us. Thanks to our family for the cooking, cleaning, babysitting, etc, that went into getting ready for the party, too. And thanks to Mairead for being such an amazing birthday girl!