This week, we celebrated Sugar Bear's Birthday at Playgarden. We gathered to do his Rainbow Bridge story, do the birthday ring, and have cupcakes together. So much thanks to the mamas that made this celebration so special for my little guy. :)
This is Sugar Bear's Rainbow Bridge story as told by my dear friend, Lisa.
|Here is a pocket gnome made by one of the wonderful mamas at co op.|
The next day, (yes, Sugar Bear is still wearing his jersey) I decided to take Sugar Bear to do some special activities to celebrate his birthday when we had some alone time while Rainbow Girl was in Spanish class. We went to Gather and Glaze and then to Petsmart. He loves to walk around Petsmart and look at all of the animals. :)
I want to take a moment to profess how proud I am of Rainbow Girl for completing her first year of Spanish class! She has made some wonderful friends, and has enjoyed beginning to learn another language!
She is very excited to classes to start up again in September.
Later that night, we had one of our super-awesome-special bestest friends over. My kids love this kid so much. We did some coloring together and then played outside.
|Nursing our three year olds. (Photo Credit: Rainbow Girl)|
The day before Sugar Bear's birthday, and four days before Rainbow Girl's Birthday, we made tie dye birthday shirts. (Along with several mama shirts)
When we had dyed everything, we still had a little mixed dye left over. We didn't want to waste it, so I went and grabbed a white towel. They loved dying the towel, and it is a favorite around here now.