Wishing my sweet Brooklyn the happiest of birthdays. He’s made me so happy. I love his spirit!
my robe (victoria secret)
All Hail the Bday Queen!
My family made me feel so special!
We had french toast for breakfast made by Briton, went to the lake to open presents and cards, and then went to hibachi with the whole family for dinner. It was perfect!
my baby doll top (limelush) / jeans (rag and bone) / shoes (similar) For my bday we started out by pampering and a date night with the mr. We took an awesome walk while we waited for our reservation at Market Street Grill the one in Sandy. The food is mediocre but the atmosphere is incredible.
Then we went to Crazy Rich Asians. It was amazing! Best movie I’ve seen in a while! Our theatre gave it a standing ovation. And I was crying, naturally. Two thumbs!
Started Hudson real birthday waking up early and biking as a family to the donut shop. We then went to his school and passed out donuts and sang happy birthday with his schoolmates.
All Hudson wanted to do for is birthday dinner was for the three of us (Dad, Mom & Hudson) to go on a date. Sushi, joke book, and yup his first PG-13 movie!!!
He was so excited to see Ant Man. I definitely loved spending one on one time with just my little Hudson.
I still remember my first PG-13, it was when I was 8 my family checked me out of school and we all went to Jurassic Park, the first. I hope Hudson always remembers last night and knows how much his parents love him.
*Bad Joke Explained
Today I mentioned “if I didn’t run a blog I’d run a day care. With the caution to parents to enter at their own risk, & Im not responsible for lost shoes and/or children.”
First off the daycare idea came from workers who were at my house. They told me they wish I could raise their children instead of sending them to daycare because then their children would have siblings and they could run around outdoors with us.
The second concept about the warning came from Hudsons bday party. I had so many little 1st graders running all over my home and yard, and when their parents came to pick them up and asked me where their children and their shoes were ? I then joked how my yard is like an Easter Egg hunt of children and shoes. Then my friend came up with the genius idea that we should make an etsy sign that says:
Enter at your own risk
Not responsible for lost shoes or children
I shared this concept on my IG stories when I saw Brooklyn running in the fields today in nothing but a diaper.
I am completely outnumbered with these children and there is nothing I can do about it except sit back and laugh at the stage of life I am in.
Hudson’s party was a success! I couldn’t of asked for a better party and a happier birthday boy. The game trailer was a hit! 22 controllers for various xbox games, lazer tag and virtual reality the kids went NUTS! The only flaw of the entire party was instead of a Mario Kart ice cream cake they did a red cake lol but it was still yummy so not really a flaw. But there was one major flaw, we forgot to invite one of Hudsons friends ugh I feel terrible!!!! SO much was going on I didn’t notice until I went to bed and was like “so and so didn’t come” and then I saw that his invite was in my mini van the next morning on the way to church. Worst feeling ever.
I also thought before I went to bed about Hudsons very first birthday party it was one of my first blog posts ever, back when I had to manually code the size of my photos and even then they weren’t all the same size.