Madison here, and….Hip, hip, hooray, it’s Celina’s BIRTHDAY! Well, belated birthday. I didn’t feel all that good yesterday so I wasn’t able to post these pictures of her birthday party. But….I’m feeling GREAT today and here they are!
The room her friends told her they’d be at was all dark and Celina couldn’t see a thing. Was this just a trick? Why did her friends want to meet with her, anyways? And why hadn’t they said a THING about HER BIRTHDAY all day? Celina was a tad bit pouty as she stepped up to the room. “No one here,” she grumbled. As she turned to go..
“SURPRISE!!!!!!” In a flash, the lights turned on, two girls jumped out and and Celina stepped back. “Molly-Anne! Jocelyn! What’s all this?” Celina asked, looking at the pretty decorations and gifts on the table. “Happy Birthday Celina!” they both chorused. “You remembered!” Celina smiled. “Of course! Who could forget your birthday?” Molly-Anne grinned. “You sit your cutie patootie right down there and open up your presents!” Jocelyn urged.
“But I want to give you something…I know! The gift of friendship!” Standing up to give her friend a hug, Jocelyn squeezed Celina tight. “Thanks Jocelyn! That is the best gift you could give me!” Celina smiled.
“A DOLL?!!!! MY VERY OWN DOLL!” Everyone stuck their fingers in their ears as soon as they saw Celina’s mouth open. Squealing with excitement, she hugged her doll. “I’ve always wanted one! Tell the big dolls and Madison thank you!!” Celina cried. Even though it was only made out of cheap yarn and hair elastics, it was special to Celina because it was made with love.
“Uhh…are you sure you know what you’re doing?” Celina asked as Molly-Anne put a bow with a piece of tape on it in her hand and Jocelyn blind-folded her, then spun her around. “Of course, just pin the bow on the present. The instructions are right in the name.” “But I can’t SEE!” “You’re not supposed too. That’s what makes it fun. OKay, that’s enough spinning. READY SET GO!”
Her friends cheered her on with, “A LITTLE TO THE LEFT!” “Are you kidding? She needs to go right.” “No, left.” “WATCH OUT CELINA DON’T PUT IT THERE!” “UP! UP!” “what? She needs to go down.” “Uhh, no she needs to go up–WAIT, STOP RIGHT THERE!” “THERE! THERE! STICK IT THERE!”
It was time for birthday pizza! Nope, no cake this time. Jocelyn and Molly-Anne made a mess in the kitchen last time they tried to make toast, so the big dolls figured a cake wasn’t a good idea. They ordered pizza instead. 🙂
Well, belated birthday..