In other ways, my life is so vastly different now that it hardly seems possible Jameson's only been in the world three years!
But it's true.
My sweet guy turned 3 this weekend.
And all his dreams came true for his birthday:
1. He wanted an "excavator cake." (thank you, Nanny, for making that happen!)
2. And he wanted an excavator. (thank you, Mamie!)
It was a whirlwind of a trip down to South Carolina and back in 24 hours, but Jameson wouldn't have wanted to celebrate any other way than with his cousins at Nanny's house.
|make a wish!|
Happy birthday to you,
happy birthday to you,
happy birthday, dear Jameson,
happy birthday to you!
When it came time for cake, cousin Elijah had a better way to eat it.
Caroline sewed this sweet tool belt for Jameson by herself.
(She's been taking sewing lessons with a dear older woman in our church each week. Great job, CC!)
But here was the only thing he wanted in the world:
an excavator he could actually work.
I had the idea to dump some dry rice in a tupperware container so he could actually do some scooping.
HEAVEN. ON. EARTH. for Jameson.
(I'll pat myself on the back for that fleeting moment of motherhood brillance...ha!)
Marc's father, "Papa," is sadly suffering with blindness and dementia. Mr. Randy has blessed our family with his faithful and tender care of Papa now for a few years.
Each time we visit, Jameson wants to jump in to help Papa in different ways. My sweet boy.
But now we can't even fathom it without you.
We loved watching your birthday dreams come true this weekend.
But YOU, my son, are surely the dream come true.