Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Tinkerbell's Special Day

Special days are ones we remember for a long, long time. They stick in the memory and we take great pleasure in looking back and remembering all the little details of that particular day. This Sunday it was Tinkerbell’s day.

Tinkerbell made her way up the church aisle, looking like a small, nervous cloud in her floaty white dress. She was about to receive Jesus for the first time in her short life. Who wouldn’t be nervous, especially with their godparents watching?

After mass though, the nervousness disappeared and Tinkerbell’s customary sunny smile shone on one and all as she flitted from person to person, sharing her excitement and enjoyment of the day.

Breakfast in the park was new, especially with the weird and wonderful mixture there was on offer. Bacon and eggs rubbed cheeks with yogurt and mince pies. Croissants were more normal, but cake? A perfect breakfast by her standards.

Home from the park and it’s time to put on her white dress again and prepare for the arrival of her best friends. What better fun than to rustle round the house in her pretty dress with six layers and play games?

Lunch and it’s nice too. But better than lunch, what about another cake? How can this day get any better? And with ice cream! Not much cake hits the floor as it gets stuffed in small mouths.

A movie in the evening with her brothers and sisters with the odd guest. Then time for bed. What a perfect day all round. Mr Incredible might have collapsed on the bed from exhaustion and Juliet might be sitting on the sofa with a headache, but such trivialities pass Tinkerbell by. It’s been a lovely day, one that she will look back to for a long time to come.

Etcetera and I were trying to think of a theme for Annie Belle for this month. What should it be? Then Juliet suggested that, in light of Tinkerbell’s first holy communion, why did we make an Annie Belle First Holy Communion doll. We caught onto the idea at once, and Annie Belle’s First Holy Communion was born. Download the doll from either the side bar or go to the Paper Doll page to preview a picture before downloading.

1 comment:

  1. I love your description of the First Holy Communion Day!