Right when he walked out of his room to discover the decorations.
The boys walked around for two minutes just smiling and playing with the balloons.
First order of business, opening his presents that he has been dying to open.
Next, Brandon made a wonderful birthday breakfast of chocolate chip waffles with sprinkles. I also gave them a little watermelon. It made the biggest mess you could imagine. Up to the bath they went. For a little extra fun we added some water balloons. The boys had so much fun with them. I might have to do this more often.
Later that evening we headed down to Logansport for a little get together for Ryder. Grandma Susan brought balloons and tractors. Laura was nice enough to let us use the most adorable dinosaur tails that she made. The kids hardly took them off the entire party.
Jack sat like a big boy in between Aunt Lindsey and Uncle Robert to eat his dinner.
The guest of honor with his buddies.
The tickle monster book was a big hit.
After a little melt down, Ryder quickly cheered up when he realized it was time for cake and ice cream.
Happy Bday, Ryder. We love you to the moon and back.