Philip always says birthdays aren't a big deal to him, don't make a fuss blah blah blah. But as we all know they ARE a big deal to me. So I want him to feel extra special on his day:)
He was woken up by Ainsley carrying doughnuts and red bull to him in bed. She also exclaimed "daddy I got you storm trooper Legos!" So much for wrapping that one up:) Parker carried the balloon sissy picked out :)
We ate doughnuts in bed and then Ainsley insisted on building the Legos she picked out for him. She tried to convince me that daddy wanted frozen Legos and finally settled on Star Wars:)
That day we just hung out around home, ran some errands, went for a walk, and before nap time ainsley and I made Key Lime Pie for dessert that night.
We decided to try out this "carnival/fair" going on in the mall parking lot. We weren't sure what to expect and were pleasantly surprised. Ainsley was just tall enough to ride the toddler rides and she LOVED them, even the roller coaster:) we had a blast watching her and riding with her, and Parker was content to look around at all the action.
She asked Philip to win her the striped bird and he willingly obliged:) she has named him tweety tweeter.
The 5 of us (tweety had to have a seat too) went to dinner at the Pub. Where we quickly realized dinner with TWO mobile busy kids is not really fun at all. So we might be taking a hiatus from going out to eat for awhile:)
But we came home, sang happy birthday, and had pie:)
Friday night we went on a dinner date to one of Philips favorite restaurants. We both left uncomfortably full on some of the best food we have ever had.
Love celebrating Philip and the wonderful husband and daddy that he is!