Thursday, June 21, 2012

A Very Special Birthday.... On Fathers Day!

  Three weeks after we arrived home with Chloe we celebrated her first birthday. She was very excited to get presents, yet I know she really didn't understand. 
Just like Gotcha Day when her sisters each had their birthday's she wanted to know when she was going to have a birthday. She constantly was asking when it was going to be her birthday. 
When she realized her birthday was getting closer she came 
up to me and whispered in my ear that she wanted Mac and Cheese 
for her birthday dinner. This little girl was beyond excited to have her 
very own birthday celebration!
What a difference a year has made in our precious little girls live!
Happy Birthday, Chloe Joy An!
We are so honored & blessed God chose us to be your mommy and daddy!
You are such a Joy!!!
We love you baby girl!

She was so excited to blow out her candles she couldn't wait for
us to stop singing Happy Birthday!
Good job blowing out those candles!
(Takes more concentration for little ones
with repaired cleft lip and palate. The air
tends to come out their nose)
So we relit the candles and let her do it again when we
were done singing and she made her wish.
(great practice for her) ;)

Very excited to get her Hello Kitty Squinkies!
I love this picture! Chloe is such a little character with
such a fun loving personality!
She is so animated. She always makes us laugh with all the different facial expressions she comes up with!
  You made my whole being;
 You formed me in my mother's body.
I praise you because you made me in an
      Amazing and wonderful way.
What you have done is wonderful.
          I know this very well.
You saw my bones being formed as I took
             shape in my mother's body.
           When I was put together there,
       You saw my body as it was formed.
All the days planned for me were written in 
       Your book before I was one day old.
Psalm 139:13-16 ncv

1 comment:

  1. It looks like her birthday was a success! These celebrations are so special for these little ones! I love reading about them!