Saturday, April 2, 2011

Choo Choo Felix is Two!

Sure his birthday was actually March 18th but we had his official birthday party today.  My nephew is already TWO!  It seems like yesterday I met him for the first time, with his little cone head.  He sure is one cool kid too.

We had an amazing time at Gymboree where the party was held.  Tons of kids playing everywhere and not one real injury!  A few bumps here and there but that's to be expected.  Everyone seemed to have a good time and the cake was a hit.  They had a Train theme, since Felix loves trains, so I made him a train cake!

Felix, the birthday boy

Fionn (in green), Felix(in the middle), and Dylan(behind felix) having tons of fun!

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Cake time!

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It's been a rough week but today made it all worth it.  I have an amazing family and though we may have our differences sometimes(okay maybe lots of times), we always seem to come together when it really matters.  Maybe it took having kids for us to get over ourselves and just be nice to one another.  Either way, I'm grateful for my whole family and glad to have them around.

Fionn is doing well these days.  A little coughing here and there but mostly he's great.  We go back to Cheo(Chrildren's Hospital of Eastern Ontario) on the 20th for the sweat Chloride test and then go see an allergist not long after.  We should have some answer as to why he keeps getting pneumonia soon I hope.  But in the meantime we're enjoying life and we're happy!  Ohhh and he sings all the time now.  He's real good at singing  itsy bitsy spider, twinkle twinkle little star, and oh mcdonald had a farm.  My little boy is growing up so fast!

I've got two nice quotes today since I forgot to add a quote on one of my last posts.

"How old would you be if you didn't know how old you were?" - Satchel Paige

"It is important to spend most of your time in the company of people who support you without meddling, who give you the space to grow, who applaud when you spread your wings in whatever way YOU want to fly." - Jonathan Lockwood Huie

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