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Slumber Party and 5 years of Love

On Saturday Mommy and Daddy celebrated their 5th anniversary (although Friday was officially 5 years).  Michael has always promised me an eternity band for our 5th anniversary; however, I got something much better, although early...Gabby!! Michael also had a plaque made for the brick from our wedding it said:
"The Brick"
The Brick represent our first 5 years of marriage.
It symbolizes the foundation on which we build our life.
As long as we can keep our foundation strong,
We will have a long and prosperous life together.

This was a very sweet and romantic gift, the first thing Michael has ever written for me! At about 4:00 we dropped Gabby off for her first slumber party ever! We went home, got ready and went to Pappasitos to celebrate our anniversary, while I am sure Gabby entertained Grandma with her newest discovery...her feet; although she doesn't realize they are her feet!  She stares intently at them, waits for them to come within arms reach, and then pounces!  After a nice dinner we decided to go out with friends and then turn in early for some much needed rest!  We ended up having a wonderful time with friends but staying out until 2:00 and then visiting with our friends until 3:00, consequently not getting enough sleep yet again (although I don't know what I would have done with it anyway).  Gabby's first slumber party seems to be a success.  Grandma said Gabby was an angel.  They played, Gabby learned how to push buttons to light toys up, Gabby took a bath, and slept in bed with Grandma.  Thank you Grandma for the best anniversary gift, a special night to celebrate Mommy and Daddy with peace of mind knowing Gabby was safe and sound.

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