And also a cake just for Peri. It stared at her.
She stared back.
She didn't understand blowing out the candles, but she did think the flame was pretty.
You can see how she really felt about this cake, as she went straight for the eyes as soon as we blew out the candle.
Next she tore off the rest of his face and munched on the cakey goodness inside.
The battle was bloody, but Peri did prevail.
Grandma bought Peri some little people. There was a tractor and a farmer named Jed and some animals too. The tractor sings! She thought they
Grandma gave us the very large gift bag to tote the toys back home with us. I thought maybe it could be a good alternative to a stroller. You know, like carrying around one of those purse dogs, only it's a one-year-old. It could catch on.
Later on, Grandma found some other little people things at the store. She got Peri a big barn with more animals and another farmer. We've named him Farmer Dej, Farmer Jed's evil twin brother. When we find a small enough sharpie, we're going to draw a teeny, tiny mustache on his face so it will be official. She very much enjoys playing with it. She especially likes to lock all the animals and farmers up in the silo together. I'm not totally sure what that means.