Sunday, June 15, 2008

Happy Father's Day

To celebrate Daddy, we served him breakfast in bed. Colton and I woke up early and made him waffles with fresh strawberries and blueberries, topped with whip cream. Then we snuck into the bedroom and surprised him. Sean loved it--he had never been served breakfast in bed before. Of course Colton wanted to join him, so I made him his own waffle and tray. A little while later Rylan woke up and as usual the first thing he said was "Dadda". So, he showed his love and appreciation by cuddling and giving Daddy a kiss. At church, Colton sang with the Primary, 'Fathers are so special', and he was so proud. He stood on the podium with a gigantic smile. He sang so loud you could see the vein in his neck popping out. After church we had dinner at Sean's parents' home, and then dessert at my parents' home.

On the drive home, I asked Colton, "What is one thing you love about Daddy?" He replied, "I love that he plays with me." I then asked Rylan the same question, and without hesitation he replied something in his baby gibberish, but I'm sure it was sweet had we been able to understand it.

I'm so lucky to be able to see these three handsome faces everyday!
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Melody and Nathan Pellegrin said...

Those are cute pictures. I like the one where Rylan is hugging Sean. Very cute!

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