Oakley's two favorite things: Snow White and Suckers (ring pop) Snow White was so cute. Oakley had to go get her Snow White doll to show her!
Jenny, Lucy, and Tinkerbell (Molly)
Snow White brought her book and read to the girls. Oakley was glued to it. She couldn't get close enough! :)
Cute friends who came.
Snow White kiss
The mom's of the princessesOakley was trying to even feed her a Tinkerbell fruit snack.
Lauren, Ava, and Courtney
The little princesses
Later that night.....she turned into Tinkerbell (thanks for letting her wear it Molly)
My cute neighbor in my ward came up to me on Sunday and said "My daughter works for Disney, she is Snow White can she come visit Oakley!"
Me: "What are you serious! Snow White. Oakley is in love with Snow White." So first thing I called my sisters....Snow White is Coming! We threw together a princess party and while they were playing, Snow White knocked on the door. Oakley was star-struck! Snow White was beautiful. She played games, and read books, and signed a picture for each of the little girls to keep. It was such a fun and memorable day.
When does a Disney Princess show up to your house and play with your little girl?! I couldn't belive it. Thanks Snow White!
Every year the leprechaun does something different to their rooms. This time he decorated it and threw gold coins and candy around. Ryker was a little scared when he woke up, he didn't really know what was going on. haha! We later that night went up to my sister Sara's house and ate the traditional corned-beef and cabbage. So Yummy! Happy St. Patrick's Day!
Also, speaking of "Patty"....I just wanted to say hi to her in Seattle! :) My Aunt Cathy loves you!!
"You will have significant experiences. I hope you will write them down and keep a record of them, that you will read them from time to time and refresh your memory of those meaningful and significant things. Some may be funny. Some may be significant only to you. Some of them may be sacred and quietly beautiful. Some may build one upon another until they represent a lifetime of special experiences."
~Gordon B. Hinckley