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A gathering of munchkins (mostly dressed as Dorothy)

Yesterday, Adelaide was invited to her very first themed party to honor our friend and neighbor Abby's 7th birthday. From the cake to the clothes to the party games, we went gaga for The Wizard of Oz alongside a gaggle of elementary-age girls for a couple of hours. Dressed in green as the sole representative of the Emerald City, Adelaide had a fantastic time playing with balloons, gorging on the munchkin mix (i.e., Bugles, M&Ms, and pretzels), singing "Happy Birthday", and devouring a plateful of birthday cake. Of course, the real excitement at a birthday party is the gift opening and Adelaide took an up-close, in-your-face kind of approach to the action.

Close to the real action: Opening Gifts

We also had lots of fun playing with the birthday girl's little sister, Sarah.

Smiles with baby Sarah

Adelaide charmed us with her maternal smiling, cooing, and babbling at the baby. Until she decided enough was enough, and took back the baby toys.

Taking back the cool toys

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