David loves a good breakfast, so this morning, I got up to make him one! This is big for me, people. I love cinnamon rolls in a can! They're awesome.
I think its time for some new glasses. =) I do have his permission to put this online, just in case you're wondering.
In my family, it was always very important to have lots of things to open on your birthday morning. Even if the thing was no big deal, the number of things to unwrap was what counted. I remember my mom giving me some new socks wrapped up one year. =) David's big presents this year are a bike (from my parents) and a bike seat for Seth (from me), but we haven't had time to go out and get those yet. I couldn't let the day go by without stuff to unwrap, though! That would be a family sin!
So I got some smaller things for him to unwrap. He got the gag glasses and a jumping spider from the dollar store, his favorite candy bar, a button down Izod shirt that looks like its been barely worn from Goodwill, 3 great children's books from Goodwill for him to read to Seth, a homemade gift card from me offering for me to get him books on tape from the library and take them back, all at his request, before any long drives for work, a speedometer for the bike, and two picture frames that I filled with pictures I'd already printed in frames we picked out months ago. He took the frames to work with him to put up, and he was pleased that I FINALLY got it done. Hey, if I hadn't procrastinated, he wouldn't have had something extra to open up, now would he?
I'm making him his requested dinner tonight, fried chicken, and I've arranged lunch plans for him today. The cake will be made this weekend, along with other birthday surprises. Birthdays aren't just one day affairs around here. We party as long as possible.