Saturday, February 02, 2008

Blowing Out the Candles

Braeden did a great job blowing out the candles tonight!!! Liam needed a little help, but got there eventually. They had so much fun. I think more of Liam's cake went into his lap and around the tray of the high chair than actually in his mouth. He just isn't a big cake eater. But, that's ok! More for us! :)

Braeden received a pair of PJs and a hot wheels set from our friend, and Liam got PJs and a Melissa and Doug puzzle. Liam's PJs say "My Imaginary Friend Did It" - they are so cute. Braeden's have a moose which is a big hit and his car set was played with extensively in the hour before bed. I gave her the idea for that as he has played non-stop with a small set at day care every day I drop him off. I'm going to get another small set for him that connects to the one he has. Can't wait until his actual birthday on Thursday!

2 comments:

Sara said...

Adorable photo. :) Don't you just love bdays? Kai turns five this week, and we're gearing up for the celebrations. Did you say the real bday was Thursday? February 7? That's Kai's bday.

Anyway, as for Girlie being strangely sick...that would really worry me, too. What doctor did you take her to? Did you mention your fears about the heart surgery link? Perhaps you could get a referral to a cardiologist? Uugh. I was just telling Nate today that his illness is so scary, but think of how much scarier it would be if it was our child--because they can't even tell you exactly how they are feeling.

Thinking about you. Keep us posted.

Sara

Me said...

Yes, Feb 7, that is so neat!!! :) They are exactly a year apart! :) Yes, she went to her pediatrician, the ER doctor, and we talked to her cardiologist. She had an appt with him in December, and nothing out of the ordinary, supposedly. I'm hoping to figure something out soon!!!!

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