5.14.2012

Today ... He Is




His birthday will forever be overly documented ... as it took FAR too long for him to get here.




But here he is now. At age THREE. In all his cuteness and glory. Keeping us laughing with the funny things he says. Like ... "Can I have some vezert" (dessert) ... "Hug me brudda" (brother) ... and "Take it easy man."

Tonight we will celebrate with a little cake and a lot of balloons. And break bread with our dearest friends from our tour in India who are here in DC for a few days.

Happy Birthday Little Man. We love you!


Though we'd love you even more if you'd begin to consider potty training ... just sayin!

14 comments:

Jen said...

Aw, Happy Birthday, LG Perlman! (from Nicholas, too, of course!)

OHmommy said...

How is it possible that he is three already? Weren't you just pregnant? LOL.

Happy happy birthday to your handsome fella.

Mom24 said...

Aww, he is so adorable. I can not believe he's three already either! Glad Daddy's there to share the day. Thinking of you.

Nomads By Nature said...

What a total cutie!! Happy Birthday to your little guy!

Anna See said...

happy birthday, cute boy! i know you keep your momma busy!

Z. Marie said...

Happy birthday, Grady! (And don't even get me started on potty training ...)

Kat said...

Awww. He really does look like a little man in those pictures. Such a cutie!!!
Happy Birthday to your big boy!

Robin said...

Happy birthday little man! (And how can he possibly be THREE already???)

Heather Dray said...

Such a sweetie! Happy Birthday Grady! I hope he had the bestest day!

Daniela Swider said...

He is a total cutester!!! Happy birthday, Grady! Hope you had a blast, buddy!

Elaine said...

Heck, I waited til our son was three--probably could have done it sooner, but he was pretty easy to live with.

By the time I had children, I had toilet-trained dozens of children and adults (with mental retardation, to boot) so two bright kids were no challenge. It was the one area of parenthood where I felt completely confident. I used 'Toilet-training in Less than a Day' (Azrin and Foxx)--and I recommend the 'readiness test' and their tips about clothing. I had enough experience that I tailored things to our children's needs; (no way could hyperactive Laura do ten repeats without a meltdown.) Our son was trained in about two hours. I'm assuming that book is still around; our son is 28 (and still trained!) LOL

Betsy said...

He is such a doll! I hope he had a wonderful celebrations!!

Betsy said...

*celebration* I need to edit before hitting post. :)

Bfiles said...

happy birthday to your big boy!

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