We invited a lot of people, but only a few showed up for the party. It was better for the adults because it wasn't as crazy but Megan was a little disappointed, but after I explained that she could get more candy from the pinata if there weren't as many kids, she got over it quick.
I'm not an expert party planner yet so it was pretty much the same as Alyssa's party. There was a few rounds of musical chairs.
It was a Strawberry shortcake party so we played pin the strawberry on the vine.
Of course there was cake. Pink cupcakes with pink frosting on a pink tray, what more could a girl want!
We tried to make our own pinata to look like a strawberry but after waiting three days to let it dry and it was still wet, we ran to the store to buy one instead. (I think it didn't dry because it rained for those three days off and on and there was just to much moisture in the air)
Later that night grandma and grandpa bell came for a visit and the girls had fun playing getting lots of attention from them. Can't believe my baby is four, she starts preschool next year and can not wait.
Caleb and I met during the summer of 2003. I went up to Oregon to live with my friend Michele for the summer and he was in the ward. We quickly started dating, but then I had to go back to Provo to finish school at BYU, but we kept dating long distance and visiting almost every other month. We finally decided to get married and Caleb moved to Provo. Since then I have graduated BYU with a Degree in Geography and Caleb is almost done with his Accounting degree from Stevens Henager College. We also have had two beautiful girls, Alyssa who is 5 and Megan who is 3.