Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Jacob's First birthday

We had a small family birthday party for Jacob's first birthday. Lily helped me deocrate the kitchen with streamers and balloons.

Bring on the cake!

This silly stunned look was pretty much his reaction to all of the presents. Lily did get the all opened for him. They have both been playing with them for the last 2 weeks! Rotten kids, I tell you!

Publix cake. Didn't love it. Oh well. It's just a cake!

Not sure about the flame and the people singing.

Getting a taste of frosting. Notice Lily had to wear her princess crown, since Jacob got to wear a "prince" crown.
He got the cake eating figured out! LOVED it.

What good manners! He's sharing with Aunt Sonny.

Look at the scrunched nose as he shovels more in!

He literally had frosting up his nose all night. He would sneeze and more would come out! It was gross, but I'm glad he enjoyed himself. After he at his fill, he was more than happy to give cake to everyone else!

Uncle Sean trying to get in on the action. Look at the clump of cake in his hand. Ridiculous.

Here Pawpaw. Your turn.

Happy Birthday, sweet boy. We love you very much.

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Tuesday, May 03, 2011

Easter 2011-Jacob's First Easter!

When did this girl get so big? How beautiful is she!

Jacob and his elephant. He wasn't sure what to do with it.

I don't know why, but I love his face in this one. (I know some of you object to the bonnet, but I wanted him to be a little baby boy for another minute! Plus, I think it's too cute!)

My cute kids

Jacob thought it was funny. Lily-not so sure.

Me and the kids.

The Stone Family-Easter 2011

Jacob opening his basket with Grandma. I think he may have been calling the cat right here. It's his new thing to do...kiiiiii,kiiiiii.

Lily's favorite thing was her Strawberry Shortcake doll.

Jacob wanted Grandma's new beach hat.
Super fun day. Lily was an excellent egg hunter and hider, and even had Grandma hide hers hard, like the big kids. At bed time Lily said she wished everyday was Easter, except for Christmas, and then you should do Christmas and Easter on the same day.
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