My daughter's birthday

By Tony
@Tonycn (76)
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
October 21, 2008 3:31am CST
Yesterday was my daughter's fourth birthday and we held a party for her. She invited 4 friends of hers of course with their families. We had dinner in our house with a hot pot, drank a little beer. My daughter received many birthday gifts from relatives and friends and enjoyed them with her friends. My wife made a wonderfull cake but only we grown-ups enjoyed it so much. I didn't know if she made her wish before blowed the 4 candles may be she still didn't know what wish meant. When she went to bed with her favorite gift: a music box shaped like a merry-go-round, she looked like so exited to fall asleep. I love my family so much. Would you mylotters have such a wonderfull time to share with us?
4 responses
@peedielyn (1210)
• United States
23 Oct 08
Hello Tonycn! It seems that you had a blessing there. It is so refreshing that you could have a good time, no drama, and your precious little princess had a wonderful day too. She might not know what a wish is, but I am pretty sure the wish came true anyhow. Families are precious! My dad was ill on fathers day and we had a late celebration. His boss and family, some other families and friends came out and we had a good day. We danced, laughed and partied like there was no tomorrow. He's the greatest dad ever, and I think he deserved that party! There was nothing but fun and great conversation and all 16 grandkids were there. That hardly ever happens. IT was a good day!
@Tonycn (76)
• Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
23 Oct 08
I asked her the next day again what her wish was and she told me she wanted a bigger toy! I hope some day I will have a birthday party like your father's by my daughter. Thank you for your response.
@peedielyn (1210)
• United States
25 Oct 08
You are more than welcome and blessing happen everyday. I hope you and yours continue to have such precious times together--party or not. Have a great day, Love!!
@sunshine4 (8709)
• United States
21 Oct 08
This sounds like such a perfect day for your daughter as well as everyone invited to the party. My children are 19, 16, 14 and 8 and I still throw them birthday parties like this. This Saturday we are having my soon to be 20 and 17 yr olds birthday parties. Their birthdays are only one week apart,so they celebrate them together. We are having the whole family (24 of us) for a pot luck dinner. I always look forward to these events so I can celebrate with my children and my family.
@Tonycn (76)
• Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
21 Oct 08
I admire you so much that you have 4 kids. I have only one and I really like to have 2 or 3 kids but here is China. My parents and my brother are living in another city faraway from where I live. So we can only reunite once a year. Anyway I really appreciate your response.
@JayJashG (290)
• India
21 Oct 08
Wow that was really nice and pleasant to know! My birthday celebrations with friends at home was just mind blowing. My pals came home and I had a great time with family and friends together. My best birthday was my 16th birthday! I celebrated it for 3 days! the first day at school with friends! The second day at home with family.. The third day a treat for all my family members.Something nice to cherish! :)
@Tonycn (76)
• Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
21 Oct 08
It was really a great 16th birthday you had! I never have such a birthday of my own. In fact I was in my buisness travel in my birthday this year. So admire your birthday!
@patzel88 (3311)
• Philippines
21 Oct 08
we really love our family and when they are in trouble we immediately rescue them for we dont want them to be hurt. even a mosquito bites our kids we will kill the mosquito just to satisfy that we are protecting our child. By the way before i forgot i wanted to greet your kid a happy birthday and may the lord god give she more years to come with more parties.
@Tonycn (76)
• Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
21 Oct 08
I totally agree with that I know I will do everything to protect my family. Thank you.