Ruthies birthday!

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Yesterday was Ruthies birthday! She turned 4 years old!Attachment001

We threw her a party, opened gifts (she did that is!) and played several games! Everyone had lots of fun!

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Haha! Love that face!

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We used a pink sheet for the tablecloth! Lol!

Next we ate dessert… Cookies and popcorn!

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Don’t worry! We didn’t use dye for the pink! Beet powder works great!

We couldn’t smell or taste it, and the color was good! And bright!

These are of Ruthie opening her presents!

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Then we played some games!

This is Ruthie pining the tail on the donkey while playing pin the tail on the donkey!

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The proud winners of pin the tail on the donkey!

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The words on the paper didn’t show up very well, but it says “Winners!”

And the other kids are clapping.

I don’t have pictures of the other games, but we played Snake (if you don’t know what that is, you can ask in the comments if you want!) and Duck, duck goose (For the sake of Ruthie!).

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Phillip was so proud to participate!

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He made sure everyone was looking at least half a dozen times!!!

He is so cute!

Well it was fun and Ruthie loved it!

Happy Birthday Ruthie!

The color of the line above is dedicated to Ruthie who loves pink!

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      • Pearl,

        Great! Maybe I will email you sometime soon!☺️ That would be lots of fun, huh?! I have watched almost all of your cooking videos!😃 I like them a lot! Good job! I love it when more are put on! They’re awesome!!! What kind of things are you going to sell on your blog?🤗

        (By the way, mexmarr is me, Rosy. It stand for Mexico Marr)😜

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        • That would be fun if we emailed, mexmarr (Rosy) ! 😉 I’m glad you liked my cooking videos! They’re lots of fun to make. 🙂 Ya, the icecream video was fun because it doesn’t take an icecream maker and it tastes really good! I’ll probably think of more things but at least to start with I’ll probably sell crocheted headbands, water bottle bags, knitted baby booties, hats for cats (they’re really silly looking! I made one that has a cactus on top another has antlers and one of them has a big heart on top. I’ll have to send you a picture of one sometime 🙂 ), crocheted teddy bears and dolls, and microwavable heating bags filled with rice. 🙂

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