Sunday, September 27, 2009

Happy Birthday Sean



My 'younger' man had his birthday. Welcome to 33 sweetie.
For Sean's birthday we had a DATE (hallelujah) to our "first date" restaurant, our fav B.J.'s. Even though it's not the actual restaurant, which was in Valencia, Ca. I still love going there because it all looks the same and so reminds of that fateful night--which I am blessed to remember in great detail (even though at the time I thought it was a 'one and done' date). On your birthday you get a free Pizookie, which is just pure heaven. On our first date we shared one, so we had to follow tradition and share one again. We devoured it! Dating your husband is just so fun and healthy...well not literally because I must have gained a pound from dinner. But, I love getting back to "us". Of course we had to talk about our extended "us" and laugh over our precious boys. Looking across the table last night at Sean I said, "When we had that first date seven years ago, it's hard to imagine that we didn't know about our blue eyed boys, a brick ranch house, in TEXAS, and forever."
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4 comments:

Stacy said...

Hard to imagine you would have 3 precious little ones only 7 years from your first date. I am so happy we got to share that "one on one" date with you two. We love you guys so much and we're so glad that you had a great Bday with Sean.

Melody and Nathan Pellegrin said...

Happy Birthday Sean! Still "dating" after you are married is great :)

Bren said...

So glad you guys got to go on a date night and what a fun way to celebrate his birthday. You guys are a very good looking couple :) Happy Birthday Sean!

Serinster dot net said...

aw that was precious i got teary eyed! P.s. you look so good! both of you! love you!

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