VOLUME II: When the lessons of the past catapult you into the future.
Oh, did he really think he was eating Elmo? So sweet.
Wonderful. Just wonderful.
What great pictures!Happy Birthday!
songbird, it is true that he took some time to sort it out in his head. He pointed to the piece of cake on his plate and said, "Momo?" and to the best of my ability I explained that it was cake and not really Elmo.Finally he seemed to grasp the concept (aided by other toddlers happily eating their pieces of cake) and he cautiously ate his cake.I do think he will be quite relieved to see Elmo on Sesame Street on Monda.
love thisHappy Birthday :)
Eating cake...but not Elmo...how sweet is THAT? And the stolen kiss picture--just "awwww" is all.
Oh, he is so grown up already! Kissing! I'm not ready for this.
Happy birthday!!!Our priceless moments are scheduled for this Sunday from 3:30-5. You're all invited. I will be purchasing the Ariel cake and goody bags, but the entertainment is all me. (biting nails)
Oma to our twin nieces age 3 while peering into oven at Thanksgiving turkey, "Look at that big bird!" Twins to Oma, "Big Bird? Wahhhhh!"Also priceless.Hope you enjoyed this wonderful day.
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