Last week was our eldest’s fifth birthday. He requested pierogies for his birthday. I thought it was a strange request but he assured me that’s what he wanted, so on the day of his birthday I made him pierogies. They tasted good but were unusually large. I lack pierogie finesse. The birthday boy didn’t seem to care. As we ate supper he suddenly became concerned that there were no friends around to celebrate with him. We had been to a child’s birthday celebration a month before and apparently it made an impression. According to our son, a birthday celebration needed friends, frog cupcakes and a piñata Feeling guilty that we hadn’t planned anything for him we decided to have a second birthday celebration with friends on the weekend.
It has only been six months since we moved to our new town so I rounded up all the new friends whose contact information I had. None of our new friends knew each other so I was a little nervous about how the celebration would unfold. Thankfully we’ve met some wonderful people and they were all happy to mingle. It goes without saying that the children had a blast.
What are you going to be when you grow up? A papa.
What’s that going to be like? Going to work. Work with tools for papas.
What are your favourite toys? Monster truck. (he has his red eye tree frog puppet by his side at.all.times)
Who are your best friends? Hunter.
What makes you happy? Papa.
What makes you sad? Pigs Hahahahahahahah! (silly laugh)
When you dream at night, what do you dream about? Bad knights and good knights.
What do you like to do with Papa? Play computer games.
What do you like to do with Maman? Sometimes like to play boardgames.
What’s your favourite colour? Golden.
What’s your favourite book? Monster truck book, but I don’t have one.
What is your favourite game? Super Mario World 2.
What does Papa do during the day? Goes to work and sometimes doesn’t.
What does Maman do during the day? Make food.
What do you do during the day? Play with toys and play games with Papa.
|A special birthday gift from his Papou and Mamou (my parents)|