Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Happy 4th Birthday!

He's officially 4. I have a 4 year old. Wow. Logan has had an awesome birthday week--His birthday party was at Church at the Cross Kidztown Treehouse and it was stress-free and low key, the easiest birthday party he's had yet. All the kids had a ball and then, of course, we went to Fuzzy's that night with friends and family to break in the patio, as is our tradition.

Sunday night Heather, Ryan, & T-Luv came over for dinner since T-Luv was going to be out of town for his birthday. He got Logan a real harmonica and a new Spiderman bike since his other one was not the highest quality and was already a bit small for him. Logan was excited about the bike but is a little hesitant to use it because it is harder to pedal and it stops when he pedals backward, which he doesn't like.

Tuesday Aunt Toni took him on a birthday date to Legoland & Rainforest Cafe in Grapevine Mills Mall. He loved every minute of it and enjoyed going somewhere he had never been before. Of course, since I wasn't able to go I made sure they took a bunch of pictures.

Logan's self-taken picture of him and Aunt Toni

Wednesday was his actual birthday and when he woke up I made him pancakes and he decorated them with sprinkles and sang Happy Birthday and blew out a candle. He had school that day. It was a bonus that it was PJ Day at school so he got to wear his new Superman PJ's from Aunt Sarah and Lillie. He also picked out cupcakes to take to school.

That night he opened his gifts from Mommy & Daddy--a case for his Leapster Explorer (and the teeny tiny games he's slowly collecting), a Scooby Doo beach towel, Scooby Doo books, and a Scooby Doo movie. He was so excited about all of it. I love that it doesn't take much to please him and he was probably most excited about the books, which I love even more. Then we ate dinner and had a chocolate cake I made, upon his request, and then he and Chris played tackle.

It was a great 4th birthday and he is growing up so fast. I wish he would stop growing but last night he told me he "had to grow so he could do Daddy stuff...working, going out of town like T-Luv, playing golf, baseball, and football." He has big ideas, this kid. And I love that he idolizes his Dad and T-Luv. He's going to be a wonderful man someday. Happy Birthday Logan. We love you more than you'll ever know.

No comments:

Post a Comment