Let me just begin by saying, it was delicious.
I think this is the first time I have purchased an ice cream cake in the history of our marriage.
I made an ice cream cake for Ella's birthday. And I have asked for an ice cream cake for (possibly) all of my birthdays. But, as it turns out, I don't get everything I ask for. And Paul just can't wrap his head around paying twenty five dollars for a dessert.
So I brought up the ice cream cake with Paul prior to the purchase. He was hesitant (at best) about the idea. "Thirty dollars for a cake!" (He always rounds up.) "We could use that thirty dollars and buy a great gift."
"Um, yeah, Paul. Ice cream cake is a really great gift."
Then he took another tack. "You made ice cream cake for Ella, why can't you do that again?"
"It just didn't taste as good," I told him.
"I thought it tasted great!" he countered.
"Paul, you snuck bites of ice cream out of the freezer until all that was left was frozen cake. You didn't like the ice cream cake. You liked the ice cream."
I wouldn't actually say that Paul "gave in". But we did (and by we I mean me) buy an ice cream cake for Charlotte's birthday. And it was amazing. And, in my opinion, worth every penny.