Monday, September 15, 2008

He's TWO!!!


I blinked, and my baby became a two-year-old.  How is that possible?  We had a wonderful time celebrating his little life this weekend, and Caleb enjoyed it more than any of us. 


We had a guitar party on Saturday night.  So many friends came, and several of them brought their guitars.  Caleb loves guitars and is fascinated anytime anyone plays one.  



The guys had a jam session, and it was very entertaining for us all.  


...and Caleb got to participate.  We had set up a microphone and speaker with Cru's sound system, and he sang his heart out.  


He also played Jesse's bongos along with the music. 


Phil improvised a song about Caleb while the guys played a blues riff. (I have no idea how to spell that...don't even really know what it is.)  :-) 



He had an improvised guitar pinata.  As it was destroyed, its true Hannah Montana identity began to show through. 


I made a guitar cake with a Wilton guitar pan, but I didn't get a picture of it.  It was my first attempt at decorating a cake.  



We got him a little basketball goal that he can't get enough of.  He has a good arm, but I think that the adults in his life will get just as much use out of that little thing as he will. 


On his birthday, he woke up to breakfast in bed in his crib.  He didn't know what to think about us bursting into his room singing to him and bearing a tray of food.  He loved it nonetheless.



His dad is building him a tree swing, so we spent some time on his birthday outside helping him...and then went out to dinner at the same place we ate with my parents last year.  He threw coins in the fountain all night.  It was a wonderful, wonderful birthday weekend. 

3 comments:

Jeff and Julia said...

Happy 2nd Birthday Caleb! You took some great pictures. How perfect that you had so many people bring guitars! I would've loved to have seen the cake. I'm sure it was beautiful! Such a perfect theme for his bday. Oh, I love the breakfast in bed idea! The pics are priceless!

Mrs. Utley???? said...

love the pics... so great. : )

Holly said...

What a cutie. I'm so thankful for his life. And his parents are pretty awesome. I'm so bummed I couldn't be there, but thanks for sharing pictures!

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