John and Dana

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Birthday Activities for the Ian-miester

So yesterday we had a bit of a cranky day with the boys, we left the house in the morning to drop off Kaelyn then just hung out inside. I was able to bake a cake for Ian who requested Chocolate Chocolate BIG cake. I tend to make cupcakes just because it is easy to do and to serve to the little ones. But birthday boy REQUESTED a BIG CAKE and I had time to make it.

For dinner we made homemade pizza crusts and the kids (and John and I) made our own pizzas!

Snarfing down some pepperoni before he decided to put it on his pizza

Watching what K was doing

Ian’s Creation

K’s creation with that crazy smile

Birthday boy blowing out his candle on his BIG CAKE

Thumbs up! Birthday was a success!


Next is his party! Can’t wait to see his face when he see’s his REALLY BIG CAKE 🙂

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Lions and Tigers and Monkeys and Snakes…

Yesterday was Gavinators 1st Birthday party! Our family and friends helped us throw him a wonderful birthday party! This blog will mostly be pictures…I’m very sleeeeeepy today.

Ian, Cameron, and Jackson all hung out together in the sandbox! Making sandcastles, and filling buckets kept them busy for hours!

Mom, Dad, Dziadzia, Nana Jean, Aunt Gail, Uncle John and Matt hanging out watching G-$ open his gifts. Uncle John was the only one who got the picture memo.

Gavin got lots of fun toys and fun clothes to wear! Here he is modeling his Toy Story shirt.

He had everyone sing Happy Birthday and Sto Lat (Polish version of Happy Birthday). He was very happy afterwards!

His birthday theme was animals, so the cake had a Lion (just like his invitation), Alligator, Tiger, Snake, Elephant and Giraffe all on a big number 1!!

He got a few nice handfuls of icing including the elephant and a green balloon! Mmmm! He wiped a lot of it on himself though, then realized the yum factor of icing!

Yum-o!!

He got to eat off most of the icing from his legs and hands.

And that was Kaelyn’s piece of cake!

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