A birthday and a Walk in the Woods

Pip turned 4 years old today!

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For breakfast I made her rainbow sprinkle pancakes with marshmallows on top and she got a new princess dress.

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Later in the day we went for a walk in the woods for her to make leaf angels (and check the mail for birthday presents).

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After that both girls took a nap while I worked on Peep’s Treeline Cardigan and got caught up on Outlander. I couldn’t resist snapping this photo of Fern snuggled up with Peep.

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