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This week we have been celebrating my oldest son's birthday.  He turned 4 this week.  He is a quiet and fun loving kid.  He lives off pizza and blueberries.  He would watch Mighty Machines everyday if I let him.  He could sit and listen to you read to him all day-he loves books!  And he never has enough cars, trucks, and trains.  I can't believe my baby is 4yr!!  How time flies.  I am truly blessed to be his mommy.  I look forward to all the future memories we make when the next birthday comes around. 

Birthday Traditions- family memories

A fun tradition is to interview the kids each year.  We just started this last year.

December 2012

My oldest: 
Age- 4yr
Birthday theme-construction trucks
Favorite color- orange
What he wants to be when he grows up- "all kinds of things"
Favorite food-"marshmallows"
Favorite Book- Curious George and Cat in the Hat
Favorite movie- Lilo and Stitch
Favorite quote:  " I am too little"

Birthday Traditions- family memories

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  1. Lol, my son (3) LOVES "Mighty Machines"! We just had a birthday party for him, with construction trucks as the theme, too :) Love your idea of interviewing the kids on their birthdays! What a great way to preserve these memories.

  2. I love this idea! My daughter will be 4 in February so I will have to do this with her. :)

  3. Thanks girls, so glad you stopped by:-) Jaime@fspdt