Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Russell's Birthday Part 2

The birthday boy relaxing. He is saving up his energy to open presents.
Russell definatly has a taste for the finer things in life. He picked out the tablecloth, the China plates and candles. He was so proud to have the John Deere napkins to boot!









Victoria couldn't stay awake any longer. Uncle Curtis had a very comfortable lap.



Here is a smile box of all the activites that went on that day. On Friday, his actual birthday, Russell and I will have a day together in Grande Prairie. It has been tradition that the birthday child gets an eye exam and picks where to go for lunch. Auntie Marta and her daughter Sarah, which Russell loves, will be there for lunch as well. Russell has been thinking on what he wants to spend his birthday money on. We will go to a very cool toy store and start shopping. He has a hard time spending his money so we will see. At harvest he received some money and didn't spend it till after Christmas. Chloe will be spending quality time with Grandma for a few days.





























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4 comments:

The Letniaks said...

Great pictures! Looks like you had a crew to feed! Good job on the smilebox! Happy birthday Russell :)

S&K Weich said...

Oh, Angie beat me! I was talking with you while I was looking at this...looks good. It was a fun time celebrating Russell's birthday. Can you believe next year he'll be EIGHT?! Let's just get through this year! The kids are growing up too fast! What will we do when they're older and don't "need" us anymore? Spa days?

C & K Whitmore said...

You ladies are quick on the updating. I love it!! We did feed a crew of party goers. There were 4 adults sitting at the counter as well. I forgot to put in that we had his favorite hot dogs and hamburgers.

Linda said...

I loved the party. Russell should have fun on Friday as well. He is getting his daddy's tradition of a week of birthday, although sometimes for Curtis it turns into a month of birthday.