And now he is six.

He loves Lego and aeroplanes. Lego aeroplanes will bring on an involuntary box-kissing response. He is a kind and loving big brother. He is a reader, a think, a learner. He is wise beyond his years. He loves school. Somehow, I have blinked, and my baby is a baby no longer a baby, but a small boy, who no longer belongs to me alone, but now I have to share him with the world and school and friends.

His party was a combined effort with his little brother. One desperately obssesed by dinosaurs, the other in love with red lego aeroplanes. We compromised on the cake. I think we can call it a success. Even if I did have to make the plane tail twice. And Buddy was missing a toenail.

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    • says

      Their birthdays are really close, so I’ll do it as long as I can get away with. They get a cake on the day each, and one at the party – I fluked Bear’s birthday and party day on the same day this year!

  1. BossyMummy says

    Great cake – love Buddy eating through the side – combines perfectly for me :) Happy birthday to them both!

    Hello from #teamIBOT!

  2. says

    I’m dreading the day I have to send my child to school, to share her with the world! Gorgeous cake, well done you. And happy birthday to your boy. He sounds like an angel. x

    • says

      He is pretty special, and I do miss him terribly, but only three days and it’s holidays and I can pretend for two weeks I only have to share him with his brother and sister, and not the outside world.

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