Right after Flynn and I finished school, we got busy setting the table.
And in case you were wondering, I was aware of the wrinkles in the tablecloth.
I was going for a more cozy, rustic look.
O.K. Maybe not.
But Flynn was so excited about decorating, I didn't have the heart to take it off and iron it. : )
After we decorated, we wrapped some presents. And Flynn arranged them.
All by herself.
She was so proud. : )
My In-House Baker Peyton made his favorite cake.
Happy Birthday to the man I chose to walk beside me every step of every day.
One of my better choices, I must say.
My mom, my sister Margie and her husband Chris came to celebrate...
As did his sister Sally and her hubby Greg.
This is the sister I mention here often.
Sally is ten years older than Steve, and was to him what Peyton is to Flynn.
A second mother.
I love to hear the stories they tell about when Steve was younger...
Greg tells the best ones about when he was dating Sally and Steve was a little pain spying on them!
We are so blessed to have these two in our lives.
Steve and his kiddos.
We were happy to have Princess Jasmine join us for the party.
And don't worry.
Jasmine has nothing on Flynn's love for Cinderella.
I was sad that Madison wasn't in the picture...
Greg quickly took care of that!
Dinner was Steve's mom's recipe for Lasagna...which Sally and Greg both hadn't had for years and years. And both said I replicated it perfectly!
I was so glad, because it is Steve's favorite.
After dinner and presents, Steve made a wish and we sang and then he had some royal help blowing out the candles. Not 46 of them, but close enough.
Happy Birthday to the most awesome husband and father.
And a pretty cool guy. : )
Recipe for this delicious lasagna here!