Monday, October 27, 2014

Another candle on her cake

Nicole celebrated her 7th birthday. She loved the cake I made for her. I told her the big ghost on top was her daddy, and one was her mom and another was her brother. She said, "Yeah, and I see me!" She pointed to the witch. 
 
She is so proud of her new room. She chose the color.
I love how the sun is shining in through the blinds.
 
I am so proud of my sweetie. She and I both wear glasses now.

 
I cannot believe how big her 12 year old brother, Nicholas, has grown. 
 
Time sure is flying by. Seems only yesterday they were babies. I feel so blessed.
 

9 comments:

Sioux said...

Linda--First of all, Nicole is no longer a baby! She is such a cutie, and Nicolas is such a handsome young man.

Secondly--what a wonderful job you did decorating that cake. There is no way I would have even attempted such an elaborate decorating job. I bow down to you.

I'm glad you had such a great time with your grandkids.

Theresa Sanders said...

What beautiful grandbabies, Linda. And yes, I say babies, even though I know they are growing up ever so quickly. My three-year-old grandbaby tells me he is a "big boy" now, but we've agreed that Nana can always call him baby. Happy birthday to Nicole!

Bookie said...

A sweet family....that cake is outstanding...never could have done it myself!

Tammy said...

I can't believe how big they are! What sweeties.

Val said...

They don't stay little long!

That cake is fantastic. "The witch," haha!

Susan said...

Oh Linda, that cake was ADORABLE. I can't believe you made that. The little ghosties were sooooo darling.

Happy "late" birthday to your little sweetie! She's adorable. Susan

K9friend said...

What fun! It's so awesome to have grandkids.

Pat
Critter Alley

Daisy said...

Aw, these are such nice family pictures. I love the cake! Wow, you did a wonderful job decorating it.

Lisa Claro said...

You already know I'm envious, so I won't say it (although I guess I just kinda did). I love my grand-dogs, but let's face it, they're not quite the same thing! You ARE blessed, and so are your grandchildren, to have such a wonderful grandmother.