The life and times of Jack, Owen and Ella Crossett

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Jack Turns THREE!

It is official, Jack is THREE! We had a little Birthday Celebration today in honor of Jacks big day and had a wonderful time. First things first, we had to get a picture of Jack with his first Birthday request...balloons!
Owen was excited for Jacks Birthday too!

We went to Grandma and Grandpa's to get Jacks first gift. Obviously he liked it!

Owen liked it too!

Owen and Daddy watching Jack on his new toy.

At the official party Jack got to put the candles in his cake. His favorite job!
Concentrating hard! He only got one upside down today!

He thought it was pretty fun.

Owen looks possessed in this picture but Jack is delighted!

Owen swiping some frosting before the Happy Birthday song.
Jack is freaked out when everyone sings to him so Mommy gets to hold him!

Blowing out the candles.

Opening gifts.

Hungry, Hungry Hippos!

Yahtzee Junior with Mickey characters. He is unsure about all these games.

Another box? Clearly doesn't realize the games INSIDE the boxes are the fun part.

Ahhh, that's better! Something I can shoot!!!! He ended up with lots of great stuff. I will be seeing a lot of the Handy Manny motorcycle tomorrow I have a feeling!

Trying out his safety goggles from the construction set from Grandma and Grandpa.

Building his work bench.

I love this picture because Uncle Paul is pretending Jack cut his finger off with that fake saw but it just looks like Paul is giving Jack the finger. Priceless.

Learning about tools from Uncle Paul.
Owen trying out the safety goggles!

All that Birthday partying and no nap tires a guy out! He conked on the couch soon after sitting down!!!

Thanks to our family for celebrating with us today and the support they give us all year round! It was a wonderful day to remember just how great the past three years have been and what a blessing Jack has been for all of us. He sure gives me a great reason to wake up every morning!

1 comment:

Dunkle Paul said...

Send it in.

Uncle fail.