The cake smash.

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Despite how it may look, Hazel took some convincing to dig into that cake of hers. I thought she would attack it the minute we sat down, but I literally had to keep her from crawling away from it for the first few minutes.  Finally, I dug in a little bit, placed some on her hand and she was a happy girl.  She got the hang on things quickly after that and enjoyed the frosting as you can see.  It’s funny how you think your kids will love this event so much, and then they really aren’t that into it.  HA!  At least the cake was adorable and delish!  And I got the pics I wanted without too much of a mess, so this cake smash was a success.

And I am posting Hazel birthday adventure’s all week long.  Just in case you wanted to know. 🙂

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