Isn't she cute!!
Despite a possible tragedy of a pav being left in the oven for hours on end, but rescued at the last moment (just a smidge coloured!), my daughter no. 2 enjoyed her mountain of pav, cream, flake and candles for her birthday cake, after a delicious dinner of Teppanyaki - think rice flying through the air, delectable wagu beef cooked oh so tender, omlette caught by mouth, nose, hair...
These pictures are so her - cute, funny, exhuberant, happy, bright with just a touch of darkness
(she loves Twilight at the moment - I mean, loooooves it - family have learnt to not mention the T word, otherwise she goes into a 20minute speech about the characters, the actions, the scary bits, the romance.......)
Maybe this pavlova describes her too;
just a little quirky, determined to be what she wants to be,
strong and confident on the outside but soft and delicate on the inside,
small in stature but tall in spunkiness!
I love a good pavlova
I love her