We celebrated my granddaughter’s 2nd birthday yesterday with pizza and a Pooh cake. She was quite the entertainer and hostess. Someone gave her a package of sunglasses in assorted colors. We all wore the glasses and had our pictures taken with Busy Lizzie. Tia Jesse and her new aunt Yah-Yah pushed her around in a toy-shopping cart - secretly wishing they could get in it themselves. Her great-grandparents called to sing happy birthday to her. They were wonderful – even I was a little jealous. When asked, "How old are you?" Lizzie responded with a high-pitched "Two!" which sounds a lot like three, but it is difficult to tell for sure. She then holds her hand out for you to help her with her fingers because she has not figured out the right hand sign for "two." At the end of the afternoon, she kissed us all good-bye wearing her new sunglasses. She then signed "I love you." She does not really have this sign down very well either. Sometimes it looks like the sign for "bathroom" and sometimes it looks like a sign for something that she is not suppose to say. For those of you who are familiar with sign language, you will know what I am talking about. It was a great afternoon. I will post pictures of the birthday girl later when I have access to Jesse’s computer and the camera.
Speaking of computers, mine is a little slow lately. It may be time for Dr. Ernie soon.