After she was all dressed she was instructed to open the next box, which contained a Madame Alexander doll with a matching outfit. It was the cutest thing. Olivia and her doll "Natalie" looked so adorable dressed as twins. It was a very thoughtful gift and I am sure next year Olivia will love getting dressed up for Valentine's day, just like her doll.
After breakfast we all got dressed to head out for a bit. Of course Olivia had to wear something red. Look at this diva. She is too much in her sunglasses! Looks like she thinking, "Stop in the name of love!"
By the time they got home I had Olivia's heart-shaped pizza all ready for her to start preparing. We did this activity earlier this winter and she really enjoyed it. She very carefully covered her pizza with the sauce, pepperoni, mushrooms, olives and cheese. It was funny watching her concentrate as she tried to create a perfect pizza.
Not much else going on with us right now. We are starting to get a little bit of cabin fever here in cold Indiana. As much as we would love to take a trip to somewhere warm, I think we would just be happy to get out of town for a night. We are thinking of taking Olivia to the Indianapolis Children's Museum. I think she is at the right age where she will enjoy herself and appreciate it. Plus, it is something different and a change of scenery for us. Check back soon, as I will probably have some great pictures from our trip to the museum.