Celebrating Jordan’s 12th Birthday!

Jordan’s last pre-teen year – wow. The morning of Jordan’s birthday we sat at breakfast and asked Jordan what he wanted to do at the end of the day to celebrate his birthday. “Open presents and have cake,” he said. Sounds pretty obvious except for the fact that Jordan has NEVER asked for a birthday cake in his life. It had never crossed my mind! Thank you Ashley for cranking that out by the end of the day. Once we were all home (he was last), he got to do his presents, have some dinner, cake, and then have a movie evening.

Additionally, he’s been talking about going to Great Wolf Lodge for nearly a year now. When a great deal came up for home schooling families we jumped on it, celebrated his special day a couple weeks later, and headed to Grand Mound, WA for a family overnight mini-vacation.

Happy Birthday, Jordan! We love your quirky personality that always surprises us. Your sense of humor is amazing and your determination and faithfulness are so admirable. You are precious to us and our Heavenly Father.

It's my birthday!

Skyping with Gramma & Grampa for the first time

Celebrating with his "Ding Dong" friend, Mr. Keith on Super Bowl Sunday. Thanks for the cake, Kim!

Heading into Great Wolf Lodge on a balmy, February afternoon in WA.

Jordan and the Great Wolf mascot (I'm sure he has some name...)

Getting battered in the wave pool

Basketball in the water was where Jordan parked it for hours.

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Joan
    Mar 20, 2010 @ 12:09:35

    Love it! Looks like you guys had a great time!!!

    Reply

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