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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Posted on May 23, 2011 by

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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Posted on May 23, 2011 by

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Kate, my 6-year-old daughter, wanted to help with a special cake. Her kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Reeb, is retiring in a week and her last class, or the moms to be more exact, wanted to throw her a surprise party. We decided on an owl cake, because Mrs. Reeb is smart, and a heart pocket because “she loves us!” We wanted to do a stack of books that she might read in her “retirement”. Kate drew this lovely sketch for us to work from. I love that she enjoys being involved!
And here is what we came up with in the end:

We decided to add the graduation hat since Mrs. Reeb is kind of graduating from kindergarten. Of course, we needed an apple somewhere on the cake, so we stuck in on top of her Journal of a Grandma and her book, “Life after Kindergarten”. Then we had to give her some reading glasses. We also decided to change the heart pocket into a pocket with a giant heart button. We made chocolate cupcakes with owls, flowers and button hearts for all kids in Mrs. Reeb’s class.

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