Poor Trestin's birthday was at the end of my three days of working, so it wasn't too exciting for him, but luckily he's two and doesn't really understand anyways!
Trestin watching his "Birday Dake" cook! I think he stayed there the entire time! Notice the Sesame Street "capries." They where an old pair of Aleksia's that I made several years ago for all the grandkids on Than's side to wear for a "Grandkid Picture" for G&G Roberts. He LOVES Elmo, and found them and wouldn't take them off.
On your birthday you get to pick what you want for dinner, which is usually out to eat somewhere. Well since he's a funny eater recently, we opted for Denny's, with it's wide variety of choices. Plus breakfast for dinner sounded good and they do breakfast all day!
Here is my attempt at an Elmo cake. He turned out pink, but Trestin recognized him, and loved it. So that's all that counts.
His "Say cheese" face
He's very nervous around fire (and that's a GREAT thing, especially since we now have 2 gas fireplaces that he's stays back from), so he's trying to blow out his candles from as far back as he can.
He liked the sugar letters. It was probably his second favorite thing about his cake after Elmo.
He's very excited about his Little People Airplane!