|My mom puts streamers outside of our bedroom doors|
It's Baby E Post day, and he wants to talk about his birthday last week. From the picture above, you can see that I hang streamers outside of their bedroom doors during the night, so that on their birthdays, they wake up to this as the first thing they see. I can't take the credit for this idea, I saw it in Family Fun Magazine years and years ago.
The kids love waking up to the streamers. They count on it.
Now, here we go, with Baby E 's birthday recap. Thank you so much for stopping by!!
It's me. This is a picture of me waking up on the morning of my birthday.
My favorite color is orange.
Orange. I love orange.
Well, for my birthday, I got this cool thing called a Fushigi. It's a hard clear ball.
It's really cool. Cuz you can make it look like it floats and stuff but it doesn't really. It's just like fake magic.
But it's still cool.
And nobody knows that it's fake magic.
Oh, yeah, and I also got a brand new DVD player. Me. And it's not one of those little kid ones. It's one of those big grown up ones. Like the ones where the screen can turn 360 degrees. And it has like a touch screen. It's a bar where you just touch. No pressing buttons. Or anything.
And my brother got me a DVD for it. I love SpongeBob and he got me the best one. The Season Six Volume two one.
I also got some stuff for my Capsters. Capsters are bottlecap art. See, you get a background you cut out from a magazine and then you buy some charms, little plastic charms and then you glue them in the bottlecap with clear crystal glaze and you wait for them to dry.
Guess what? We had orange cake. With orange flavor frosting glaze. I love orange. And orange juice. And orange slices.
My favorite T shirt is orange.
And my favorite fleece is orange.
I got a bunch of cool books that I like.
Oh, yeah, I need to talk to you guys about something. To your kids about something.
It's this cool thing called "moshi monsters." It's really cool.
It's this online thing where you can pick a guy, pick a monster you want to be, and then you can walk around and play with friends and catch little things you call moshlings. And, for my birthday, I got the Moshling guide so I know how I can get all the moshlings.
I want your kids to play it and not talk about it anymore.
Here's a picture of a monster you can be. My favorite is General Fuzuki, the warrior wombat.
You can have a house and it's free.There's a card game, too. A real one and one online. They're both the same practically, though. There's a cool map online so you can see where guys life and stuff and you can get money and stuff to buy cool things for your monster house. You can buy seeds to catch moshlings.
Supercool, but you need an email so you need to ask your parents before you can go on.
Bye. My mom is going to let me do my moshimonsters now.
Next week I will tell you about Easter and my favorite Easter basket surprise.
Oh, and thank you very much for saying Happy Birthday to me. Thank you.