Max woke up in a pile of puke on his birthday. So sad! But he was pretty excited to see Lightening McQueen hanging on his high chair when we walked downstairs.
Notice the pink bucket next to the high chair…just in case. Happy birthday, sweet boy! Max knows most of the letters in the alphabet and he can count to six. He's starting to put together phrases and is starting to sing songs or say nursery rhymes to the point where I can usually make out what he is saying. His favorites are 'the wheels on the bus', 'heads, shoulders, knees and toes', 'one, two, buckle my shoe', etc.
To say this kid loves car / trucks is such an understatement. Imagine his reaction when he went outside on his birthday and saw his very own coup! We also gave him a sand/water table and he frequently points to the back door now and says 'sand and water'. He isn't quite sure about the texture of the sand or getting dirty but he loves the water.
Thankfully Max got feeling better in time for us to go camping for his birthday. We did a little 'Cars' birthday party for him. We are so thankful for everyone who made the trek up the mountain to celebrate with us!
Max was so excited to see the dump truck on the front of this card. Grandma & Grandpa Johnson picked a good one!
Just admiring his trucks...
I laughed pretty hard when I saw this picture. Emilee caught it just right. This is my face after reading Ashlee's card. ;-)
We took Max to see 'Planes' the weekend before his birthday. This was his first time in a movie theater. Thankfully there was no one sitting in front of us because he was wandering around and leaning over the chairs the entire time. But we made it through the whole show!
My mother and Cory's grandmother worked hard to get us together. They plotted our blind date with the hairdresser for months. After several attempts and one high school photo, Cory finally swallowed his pride in December 2007 and gave me a call. The rest is history.