That’s a family tradition right there. When she’s all grown up she will be doing that with her kids. And their friends will be all like “Wtf?”
Nothing like a child's over exuberant grin of wild happiness!
Aw geez, just look at her cheeky little grin. She's just so happy to be apart of something so special!
What a great post! :D
This reminds me of a story told at my friends' wedding. The bride's parents would often hold lovely dinner parties, and their little girl would be in attendance. One day, she wanted to make a toast, so she clinked her glass of sparkling grape juice and announced "Bread!"
And thus giving a toast became giving "bread". Excellent father of the bride bread at the wedding. Especially because it was a brunch reception!
When my dad got married, my grandpa started is speech at the rehearsal dinner with "As the groom's father, I'm supposed to make a toast. Here it is!" and he pulled out a piece of toast.
When I got married, my dad did the same thing to me.
You better believe I'm going to do the same thing when I have a kid and (s)he gets married.
When we taught my daughter at age two to say “cheers” for a toast, she started saying cheers every time somebody was holding the same thing as her. “You have a glass and I have glass! Cheers! You have a stick and I have a stick! Cheers. You have a broom and I have a toy broom! Cheers.”
So cute! Reminds me of Despicable Me. Agnes at the wedding. “Hi everybody, I’d like to make some toast!” (I’ve seen that movie too many dang times with my best friends little one..) edit: I misquoted the movie 😂
Cut To a picture in 15 years time out at a house party with mates, scrambling for a slice of bread and a toaster at 11.50 because it’s just not New Years without a slice of toast.!