Happy 5th Birthday Stewie!

Happy 5th birthday to my son I call “Stewie” here in Urbandaddyville.  🙂

We were so happy when you turned 4 because you were as big as a 4-year-old and no one believed that you were 3.  Now that you are 5 you look like you are 6.  You and your 6-year-old brother share the same the same size shirts and pants, and you’re 4cm shorter than him. 

You wanted a bag of marbles for your birthday and you got it.

You wanted a magician for your birthday (but not Tricky Ricky) and you wanted cupcake decorating at our home but just yesterday you asked us if you could have your party at Active Kids Zone.  Your party is Tuesday.  There are 24 kids coming.  It’s too late to make these changes, and we’re not using AKZ since they refused to refund our money for a camp that your brother was sick for.

You went this afternoon to write your journal.

The worse your brother behaves, the better you do.

You have developed a bond with your baby sister because you can boss her around and she loves it.

You told us school was boring – after 2 days – because all they made you do was colour.

You have not slept through the night or in your own bed for the last 5 months.

You’re awesome!

We love you.  Happy Birthday.


3 thoughts on “Happy 5th Birthday Stewie!

  1. Mamasnotes October 17, 2011 / 1:42 pm

    LOL, a word of experience, little girl with 2 older brothers, is just one of the boys in disguise! My daughter has been a sweet little angle, so calm and quiet and toned down in comparisson to the boys…until 2.5 now she looks up to her brothers and mimics everything they do!!


  2. Mamasnotes October 14, 2011 / 10:05 am

    Decorating cupcakes, in your own house with 24 kids!!!! Wow BRAVE. How did that go?


    • Urban Daddy October 14, 2011 / 11:23 pm

      You know, at first when we planned this, I thought it would be a good idea. The last time we did this Stewie and his friends were 4 and 4 year olds are much easier to keep control of since most of the parents hung around. But as the kids filtered into the house and ran around I realized that we were doomed. The table clothes on the floor were gone within minutes and I spent the next 2 hours sweeping up sprinkles and all those fun little sugary things that the kids were using.

      After 2 hours (and now 29 kids) we were beat. Even the kids were exhausted.

      We cleaned and fell asleep early.

      Not doing that again unless it’s with Berry and her girlfriends… Thank goodness for girls!


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