Birthday Girl

Posted on May 14th, by Amy in Celebrations, My kids. 5 comments

Happy Birthday Ella! I am so proud of my Ella girl. She is a great big sister, a super student, a good friend, and a big helper to me.

At 8 years old I can hardly believe where the time is gone! I have learned so much about being a mom with Ella, and so much about myself. I have learned that the main purpose of our children is to grow and learn in the process. So even though I don’t always do everything right, my ability to learn on the go, and God’s strength, helps me through this season of life. I love you Ella! May God continue to bless you in the coming years.
Yes that is a bb gun in her hands! She enjoys the great outdoors with her daddy over the summer – last year they backpacked for 5 days to summit the highest peak in Utah!

Nummy Rainbow Cake – an Ellis family tradition!

5 thoughts on “Birthday Girl

  1. 1
    jennifer says:

    Happy, Happy Birthday Ella! Boy, your mom makes a pretty good looking cake :)

  2. 2
    insane mama says:

    enjoy her before she turns into a teenager and BLAMES YOU for everything

  3. 3
    Tipper says:

    Happy Birthday Ella! The cake looks delicious! Hope Ella has a super B-day!

  4. 4
    No Crying Mama says:

    she looks like she has the sweetest disposition! crazy that you have an 8yr old :)

  5. 5
    Ang says:

    I remember Ella when she was just a babe. It is hard to believe that she’s 8!

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