My Caleb, he came into this world 7 weeks premature after almost two weeks of me in the hospital trying to keep him from coming. He was ready for this world. Once he came home from the NICU he was the sweetest, and easiest baby. He still is. This boy feel emotions. All of them. He laughs the biggest, cares the most, has the most fun, feels hurt, gets disappointed the most, and feels all the frustration that is being a child. He is intense, silly, organized, quirky, fun, so, so so, sweet and kind. When he took cookies to school for a birthday treat his biggest concern was if everyone would like them. That is my dear sweet Mr. Man Caleb. The biggest heart you will ever see. He is blossoming into a organized, smart, clean, methodical, silly, thoughtful person. I have enjoyed the ride this 5 years. And seeing where these last five years have taken us. I can only imagine how the next 5 will be. I miss the small boy he was, the chunky, dimpled, happy, drooling (so much drool), baby he was. But am absolutely enamored with the boy he is now.
We got this sign from a party store. It was big, huge! I had planned to hang it on the mantel, but it would not fit. This was the only place where it worked in my house. I don’t think Caleb minded at all. Nora and Gavin were ready to party too.