We have made it to 3, that’s right the not so little ones turned three this past Saturday! It seems like a dream to us as we still are unable to remember many days of the first six months they were home. We chose to hold off on a party until we are out of RSV/flu season with Logan starting PPCD and many people we know having the virus.
I believe the kids had a fun day celebrating with just the five of us and our neighbors that have become our family. I am posting a ton of photos for all of our out of town family and friends, enjoy the Sather kiddo overload.
Breakfast of champions – waffles and donuts
Happy Birthday baby girls! So grown up and not happy with taking photos.
Group photos begin, I will share a few of the 20 or so. Next time we will hold him up Lizy.
Hey daddy, how much longer is this going to take?
And the winner is…
This is the first year I made the cake and cupcakes for my precious kids and they weren’t too bad. Love to cook and bake just need more hours in the day.
Me with my loves
Daddy with his favorite littles
The best we could get, mommy and daddy were a little tired.
Happy birthday to you…Happy birthday to you…Happy birthday dear, Logan Lizy and Madi…Happy birthday to you!!!!
Making our wishes
Where’s the mess Logan?
The girls begged all day for cake and cupcakes, such happy girls.
Alanna and Major (Evey in the background) celebrating with us.
These particular gifts have been sitting on the table for a week and they were so ancy.
Go Evey show Madison who the boss is!
I love your determination and concentration handsome doodle.
Madi got it back and then Evelyn took off again, I love her spunk and her also!
One of Logans favorites!
Something new, Brandon caught the girls sticking wrapping paper in their pockets. No clue what this was about but it was hilarious! I will say I NEVER let wrapping paper sit on the ground, as soon as a gift is opened I clean it all up and this year I let it all go…it felt GREAT!!!!
Our children love getting clothes, their faces light up as if they have never seen anything like them before. It is going to be fun shopping with them down the road for Mommy, not so much for Daddy.
Madison: Clothes, yay!
Love this photo, his expression says it all.
Love to all ~ Amy-Jo