Birthday, Part Two

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

After the balloon extravaganza of the birthday morning, Jack had a sensible lunch and a solid nap.  We planned it this way, you see, so that he would be able to handle the PARTY that would start after naptime.

I chose to keep our celebration to just family this year.  Last year, we blew it out for the one year old and his crew.  This year, I decided to focus on our amazing family.  I think that was wise.  It limits the number of possible meltdowns, and, well, everyone in our family knows how to use the potty properly. 

Jack was excited, if not a bit perplexed, by all the action.  And the presents.

New wagon?  Check.  New Plex?  Check.

New bubble mower?  Check.
New laptop?  Check.
I did not capture Jack opening his amazingly preppy and dapper duds, received from Grammy and Pop.  That particular whirlwind was spent with me oohing and aahing over how adorable he is going to be all spring and summer long.  FE Castleberry, stand back.

Anyway, now that Jack can be wheeled about the neighborhood in his wagon, mow our lawn with his bubbles, and send his buddies emails about the next BYOS* get-together, he's pretty much unstoppable.

Just sayin',
Heather

*Bring Your Own Sippy

7 comments:

  1. I can't wait for the next BYOS!!!!

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  2. I heard he got his 'puter and quickly dove in to the Interwebs, proclaiming "mine" and not wanting to share. Hold on Bill Gates.

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  3. Sounds like an amazing birthday. Such a lucky little guy! (And super handsome, too.)

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  4. Super duper awesome. Hope he loved his pie!

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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Birthday, Part Two

After the balloon extravaganza of the birthday morning, Jack had a sensible lunch and a solid nap.  We planned it this way, you see, so that he would be able to handle the PARTY that would start after naptime.

I chose to keep our celebration to just family this year.  Last year, we blew it out for the one year old and his crew.  This year, I decided to focus on our amazing family.  I think that was wise.  It limits the number of possible meltdowns, and, well, everyone in our family knows how to use the potty properly. 

Jack was excited, if not a bit perplexed, by all the action.  And the presents.

New wagon?  Check.  New Plex?  Check.

New bubble mower?  Check.
New laptop?  Check.
I did not capture Jack opening his amazingly preppy and dapper duds, received from Grammy and Pop.  That particular whirlwind was spent with me oohing and aahing over how adorable he is going to be all spring and summer long.  FE Castleberry, stand back.

Anyway, now that Jack can be wheeled about the neighborhood in his wagon, mow our lawn with his bubbles, and send his buddies emails about the next BYOS* get-together, he's pretty much unstoppable.

Just sayin',
Heather

*Bring Your Own Sippy
 
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