Monday, July 21, 2008

Zeb's birthday!!!

Who would have thought that the tiny bundle we never thought would make it through the night
would make it through all the way to being a bonny bouncing baby of two whole years old.
Happy birthday Zebedoodle.
We kicked off the celebrations with a walk to the river for champagne and cake. (Made by yours truly and with a special back to front 'Z'!!!Whoops.)

In the darkest days of Zeb's beginnings I'd try & buoy Clarissa by telling her that one day he'd be crawling and then one day he'd say Mumma and soon enough he'd be off on his bike on a paper round. Well, here's his first bike, all singing all dancing and highly dissaproved of plastic. Better get ready for the paper round.
Then we went on to the proper party...there was camping....
And music with Uncle Ricardo...
Clarissa has been gardening with her friend Megan and together they have produced one golden courgette specially for the party.....
Time for some lazing around in the tent with Jazz the cat...
Then maybe some jelly...
A great time was had by all. How on Earth are we going to top it next year?

6 comments:

suez said...

I cant believe the little Zebedee is two .What an amazing life he has had so far. I would love to send him something. for his birthday,any ideas what would be good or what he might need from OZ>

JoeyJoJo said...

Oooh ooo. He might like some little knitty toy? or some kind of Steiner-ish thingy? Or anything from THIS toy shop. http://www.tickety-boo.co.uk/
Or maybe a book about a koala?

kelly said...

Wow. What a big boy he's become.

Please give him a big birthday kiss and hug from me! :-)

JoeyJoJo said...

I will Ms P. I saw him take his first steps today too. Roll on the paper round. xx

Rocket said...

jeepers.....

we might finally get the meet the little zee!

i'm trying really hard not to get too excited... but now i've got the idea in my little brain i dont think i can get it out again.....

roll on christmas!

skips said...

Happy birthday little Zeb! I love those tents, so cute. I think they'd go down well at the prom.