For some reason, he thought this ribbon on his head made him look like Jake the Neverland Pirate....
It was a great birthday. Kind of low-key. My boys spoiled me with dinner at the Olive Garden, lots of presents, and of course, party chip cake!
"Heavy, heavy, hangover, the poor forehead!" - Walt's interpretation
Landon also bought me tickets to see The Lion King musical on tour in March! I cannot wait to go. One of the perks of living in a big city. :)
Perhaps my favorite part of the day was when I asked Walt how old he thought I was. He thought seriously for a minute, then replied, "I'm 2. You're 22."
Close, Baby Bear. Keep guessing low, you'll make your Mama happy!
I was also blessed to head to lunch with this fabulous group of ladies:
There were 22 of us there, including the kids. We kind of overwhelmed the restaurant. I was amazed at the friends I have made in just over a year of living here in Seattle. As we chatted and watched the Superbowl parade on TV (Go Seahawks!), I felt so loved. I haven't had such a great group of people to hang out with since high school. I know we were led to come to school here in Washington. Not only is it a great school, it's the perfect place for this stage in our family's development.
Happy Birthday to me! Thanks to everyone who made it a fabulous day.