This post is so long overdue. Tasha celebrated her birthday weeks earlier before it was due because of school holidays.
Celebrating a child’s birthday is always a pleasant surprise, I get to see Tasha’s face light up and being very excited over her Barney cake and balloon. She tries to talk to me about it the entire day and seeing her Barney that was made out of sugar always make her smile.
I can still remember her 1st year old birthday celebrations, that time she is still too young to comment on her cake or get overly excited over it. This year she is different again, she can even taste her own cake and let me know that she the banana cake is nice.
Time flies, in a while I will be celebrating her 3rd or 4th or 5th year old birthdays, seeing her grow up there’s something I’ve always wanted to do though, a Scrapbook of her growing up! But I just don’t have the time. I really wish I can spare some time in the near future for that endeavour.
Right, so this year the birthday was a little low key, and it’s only amongst her friends in school. We figured that not every year of her birthday has to be specially celebrated, so we will just do the milestones of it. Those special milestone years would probably be 1st, 6th, 12th, 16th, 18th and 21st. Perhaps more when she is younger than older because she really enjoys all the attention.
Anyway, celebrating her birthday isn’t the highlight of this post, I guess I just wanted to say that regardless of how old Tasha will grow, she will always be special and treasured in our lives no matter how old she gets.