It seems hard to believe that Miss M was just a few months old when I started blogging and a few days ago my 'baby' turned 4! Yes FOUR! Well actually she's not that interested in being 4 other than the fact that it means that your are 'nearly 5' and then you can be a big school girl (I'm not sure I'm ready for that but she certainly is).
We had a lovely time celebrating Miss M's birthday. It started with a wee party for a few of her friends. She wanted a 'Frozen' party (like every other girl her age) and while I don't really do themes we gave it a go. She also wanted to do pass the parcel and dancing to Frozen and that was it. Mummy provided the tutus for all the girls to dance in and overall I think a blast was had by all :-)
Imaginarium Cakes who has more talent than you can shake a stick at (go check out her work it's totally out of this world). And we bought the figurines so it was pretty simple to pop it all together the night before, and it went down a treat :-)
Of course every birthday girl needs a new party dress. The brief from the wearer was that it needed to be pink and twirly and I think we ticked both of those off nicely. For once I actually dug out a paper pattern (I know shock horror). I used Butterick B4718 and cut a size 2 with size 4 length for a near perfect fit. The only thing I found was that it was too big around at the top of the bodice so I needed to take in the side seams quite a lot on each side. The fabric was from stash and the gorgeous rosebud trim I also found in my 'trims box', I'm pretty sure it either came from my Mum or my Gran at some stage.
It's hard to believe our wee princess is growing into such a confident, articulate and caring wee girl. We love you Humph.