Saturday, June 30, 2007
Oops, It's a Birthday Party

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This week has been so busy and hectic that blogging time has been in short supply. Time in general has been in short supply as a matter of fact. Too many things have been going on and I am exhausted from it all and stretched far too thin. So during the intermission please enjoy pictures from Jas’s 7th birthday party today.


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What do you give the kid who has everything (except responsible parents)? A trampoline of course. Actually, it’s a “keeping up with the Jones’” kind of present. Maddie (Jas’s friend that lives on the same street) got one for her birthday 3 weeks ago. Suddenly trampoline sales have spiked as neighborhood parents are getting trampolines for their own rugrats.


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In fact, here is a picture of Jas with Maddie, the girl who started the neighborhood trampoline craze.


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Where oh where could my little Jas be, oh where oh where could she be? Hiding behind presents apparently.


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Blow out the candles quickly because the ice cream is melting and the bugs are buzzing.
 
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4 Comments:


  • At July 1, 2007 at 7:38 AM, Blogger MarkD60

    Did you ever notice that all your posts start with "oops" Amazing coincidence!

    Great Pics! Nice looking cake!

     
  • At July 1, 2007 at 10:24 AM, Blogger Oopsy Daisy

    Oops, I never noticed that Mark. LOL

    You should have tasted the cake, it was sooooo good. I got a sugar rish though from the frosting.

     
  • At July 1, 2007 at 4:15 PM, Anonymous eg

    Looks like a birthday suitable for a princess. . .
    Here's hoping none of the trampoline antics end up on America's Funniest Videos. . .

     
  • At July 2, 2007 at 12:39 PM, Blogger Oopsy Daisy

    You must be referring to MY trampoline antics Ern. Yes, I sat in the middle and let all the kids jump around me so it would bounce me high in the sky. I hope no one had a video recorder going.