Friday, December 4, 2009


How are we going to remember Lleyton's 3rd birthday? It was the year of the garbage truck. When asked what he wanted on his birthday cake, he said a garbage truck. When asked what he wanted for his birthday, he said a garbage truck. Word must have gotten out, b/c there was a garbage truck theme to his presents.

Sara and I got him a bike. Here he is crying because the bike is just a hair too big for him right now. Lucky for us, the helmet also came with knee and elbow pads, b/c the minute he is big enough to ride this bike, he will be flying down the street without a fear in the world, probably blowing right past his older brother.

What's a birthday without a trip to Chuck E. Cheese in Kokomo? We met up with Sara's family there on Saturday afternoon, as it was time to celebrate cousin Tanner's birthday as well.

Parker and Tanner are best friends.

Lleyton and Chuck E. are best friends.

This is what you will find in our car about five minutes after we leave Chuck E. Cheese.

Sara and I joined Lleyton at his daycare on his birthday for lunch. Disappointingly, we both had to work on his birthday, so we wanted to make sure to make do something special during the day, and that meant a cheeseburger and french fries from McDonalds for lunch. The boy loves his burgers and fries from McDonalds, but he always puts others first, as you can see from this picture, as he shares his fries with his friends at school. What a generous little boy we have.

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