Well buddy the inevitable finally happened. As much as Dad has been saying he can’t believe this day was coming, you had your second birthday. Something tells me your Mom and Dad are going to feel this way every years as you get old. I just can’t believe you’re 2 years old already. I feel like you just came home with us from the hospital after being born; so small, so fragile, and now you’re talking and laughing and running (literally) all over the place.
Your birthday weekend was such fun celebration of life and happiness. So many people wished you a happy birthday; it made your Dad really smile to know you already have so many people in your life who love you so much and want to be apart of your celebrations.
The birthday week started off with a visit from your Grampy! You were so excited to see your buddy, especially when he introduced you to the world of bubbles, and a new snack called cheddar flavored popcorn. Your Grampy spoils you so much.
At your 2 year doctor’s appointment you weighted in at 26.5 lbs, and were measured at 33 inches long (2 ft. 9 in). Your doctor said you are right on track for where you should. The doctor was really impressed with your level of communication skills. She said you are talking at near a 2.5 year old. Which surprised your Dad. Just goes to show you Dad needs to chill out some on his expectations.
Your birthday landed on a Friday this year so Mommy and Daddy surprised you with a treat on our way to daycare….
The celebrations continued once the day was done and we all were home for the yet. Mom made you cupcakes for your birthday. She even made enough for you to bring and share with your whole daycare group.
So many of your friends came….
It was such a blast to watch you run around and have a great time with everybody.
It was a wonderful birthday week filled with love and celebration. As I watched you buzz around the room at your party, interacting with everyone at the party, I couldn’t believe what a little person you’re becoming. You continue to surprise me as develop your own personality and mannerisms. I don’t think I’ll ever get use to you getting older and growing up. Welcome to year #3 my son; your Mom and Dad love you so much, and are very proud to call you our son. We love you.