Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Baylor Turns 4

Mimi and Pop love Baylor so much!

Baylor loved playing with his dad.
Chuckie Cheese wished Baylor a happy birthday.
What a fun day!
Baylor made a puppy on his birthday.
Cooper was ready for the birthday dinner. He loved the party hats and blowers.
Baylor had one of his favorite meals, chicken terriyaki.
Super Why Baylor
4 candles, I can hardly believe how the time has flown.

I can hardly believe that my baby is turning 4 today. I still remember the day he was born. I was so excited to meet him for the first time and couldn't wait to hold him. I was nervous about the delivery and anxious about having a c-section. I was so thankful for the c-section after Baylor was weighed, 10 pounds 6 ounces. He was so cute and chunky. I am so thankful for Baylor and love him so much. He is my precious little baby even though he is getting bigger.

Today has been a busy day. After Mops this morning Baylor and I went to Chuckie Cheese with Mimi, Pop, Daddy, and Cooper. We had a great time playing games and having lunch together. It was not crowded at all so we had the game area all to ourselves. Baylor loved having Daddy and Poppy during the middle of the day. Chuckie Cheese even came out to wish Baylor a Happy Birthday. He was so happy. After lunch we headed to the mall to go to Build-A-Bear. Baylor used his gift card from Mama and Papa to get a puppy. He named his Scruffy Birthday puppy and put a birthday song in his paw. He also got a stroller to push him in. He had a great time. Tonight we had chicken terriyaki from House of Tokyo for dinner. This is one of Baylor's favorite meals. He decorated the table with blowers and party hats. He opened his presents and loved his new costumes. He put them all on right away. He got Super Why, Tom, Jerry, and Curious George. He loves to dress up and pretend. He said, "Thanks for everything, this was the best birthday ever." We had a great time celebrating Baylor's 4th birthday. It was so fun to watch him enjoy every minute. We love him so and are so thankful for Baylor.

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