Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Six Years Old--Really?!?

Last weekend Logan turned 6. I am still in disbelief--didn't I just write about his 5th birthday (and here)?! He had a great, low-key birthday party at his favorite park by our house, followed by dinner with the family, and a fun sleepover with a friend. 

Celebrating at school the day before with rice krispie treats

Chocolate chip pancakes for his birthday breakfast

Opening presents from Mommy & Daddy

Cupcake time--Pokemon, of course

Some of his friends at the party

Playing Pokemon with their cupcake rings

Logan and Jacob at Babe's for his birthday dinner

Beaks and chicken hats for the birthday song

And Jacob got to sleepover that night!
I found a birthday interview on Pinterest and thought I would do it with him this year. I have meaning to do one for the past few years, but it just never happened. 

Logan, age 6:
1. Who is your favorite person in the whole world? Reagan
2. What is your favorite color? Blue & red
3. What's your favorite TV show? My Little Pony
4. What sport do you like best? Baseball
5. What song do you love? Veggietales songs
6. What's your favorite cereal? Reese's Puffs
7. Who is your best friend? Olivia & Reagan
8. What do you want to be when you grow up? A magician and I want to go to outer space once
9. What is your favorite book? Scooby Doo
10. What are you really good at? Counting
11. Where do you wish you could go on vacation? Disneyworld
12. What would you buy if you had $1000? Everything
13. What vegetable do you hate the most? Tomatoes
14. If you could have one wish, what would it be? To get that Angry Birds Star Wars hat
15. What is your favorite flavor of ice cream? Chocolate--I'm so a fan of chocolate!!
16. Who is your biggest hero? Daddy
17. What do you like to do best with your friends? Play with them
18. What is your favorite thing to learn about in school? The ocean, but I wish we could learn about dinosaurs
19. What is your favorite food? Donuts and macaroni & cheese
20. What do you hope you'll get to do before your next birthday? Go to Disneyworld

Happy birthday, sweet boy. We love you more than you know and we can't wait to see you as a big brother in a couple months. I always tell you to stop growing and you always tell me you can't because you have to grow up to be big and work like Daddy. I love that you idolize your Daddy so much (and rightfully so) and that you are so sweet and loveable, always giving hugs and kisses (don't get me wrong, you have your angry/frustrated moments--we talk about self-control a lot). You are learning to read and getting smarter every day in Kindergarten. I can't believe 1st grade is right around the corner. I wish I could stop time (or go back in time) right now and keep you just the way you are. You won't have that, though, so just stay my sweet, funny, bright, creative little boy for as long as possible.

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