Monday, February 14, 2011

Birthday boys!

If you follow the facebook of mine you already know that both of my Codys celebrated their birthdays this month. Yippie! So fun.  For Big Cody's birthday we went and had family pictures and lil Cody's 3rd birthday pictures done. (They are not back yet.) Then Grandma Alice took us to dinner. It was so much fun.
Fun, but not a lot of pictures at dinner.

 For Little Cody's birthday, me and the boys started the day at the zoo. They had a free breakfast for zoo members. (Yay!)
He loves the elephant.
All animals really.

After the zoo we picked up our girls and went to Walmart. I got one picture there, because it was part of our birthday adventure.

As you can see, he was getting sleepy already. But there was still fun to be had. After an hour of the Wally world fun we went to Mr. Gatti's. (for those of you who are not familiar, it is like a Peter Piper Pizza but a buffet with better games, like bumper cars.) It was awesome. We had a blast!
And can I tell you how much I adore the dollar store. Wowzers! A whole party decorated and a huge bag of gifts that he loves plus six balloons for under 25 bucks! Sweet!

It's Party Time Woody!

This last set of pictures is after we dropped the girls off. He fell asleep in the car but when ever I attempted to take the cupcake he would groan at me then take a bite. Or try to, but since he was asleep he was having a hard time. He mostly just licked the frosting off. But it was so so very cute and funny. Man, I think this boy developed my sweet tooth and love for cake with butter cream icing.

Car(pool) Adventures

I love my little Cody car pool buddie!

The family carpooling to take the girls home. We got a flat on the freeway. Further adventure happened when Stephanie leaned in the car to get her bag and it rolled off the jack. Little Cody and our cat named Mouse were inside. Luckily it stopped pretty quickly. I had a mini panic moment. Yipes.  We were near an off ramp but I was afraid we would ruin the whole rim and everything so Cody stopped on the freeway. This gave me and the girls a chance to slide down a large concrete slab. It was not as fun or scary as we thought it might be.  Geeze! Who lets their kids play on the freeway?!? (not me, really it was a slab going away from the freeway, not on it. Ha.)  Cody fixed the tire and we were on the road again in no time.

It is nice to have a big strong man around.

When I flip the camera so I can see the picture it makes a mirror image. Weird. Yes, I was driving in these pictures. As you can see it was perfectly safe. We were stopped.