Our theme per-say was tractors/farm here are the decorations that were present at each celebration, kept it simple:
|Banner courtsey of my pinterest pin and Lauren's skills|
|up-cycledour green bean cans and a mason jar, cuts out happened with the help of Lauren's mom|
|Cake for celebration with Hummell side, made by a wanna be cake person (I'm way better at consuming cake than I am decorating)|
Celebration #2 was the following weekend and biscuits and gravy, scrambled eggs, hash browns, and fruit were served (I would like to think that is a farmer's breakfast).
Celebration #3 involved just the 3 of us on 12/31 his actual birthday. Ian woke up and walked out to a "curtain" of balloons in his doorway
We then got ourselves around and headed out to breakfast:
Came home and opened presents and then went outside and played in the snow!
We played outside for about 2hrs, came in had hot chocolate and watched a movie. Ian fell asleep and when dinner was ready he was impossible to wake up so we put him to bed. Marcus and I ate dinner and cake in his sleeping honor and he slept till 8a the next day (playing in the snow will do that to a freshly turned 3yr old).
Celebration #4 was at the sitters, she throws birthday celebrations for all the kiddos that she watches. They get to pick their cake and what is on it.
Happy Birthday Lil Guy, now stop growing as you are very sweet, loving and funny and I don't want you to change!! Honestly though every stage and age has been great of course each stage and age comes with its own pros and cons but the pros always outweigh the cons.