Friday, August 15, 2014


Just be aware that this post is really too long. Not with wordy goop from me. But with pictures of the sweetest little peanut on the planet. So, if you can't handle overwhelming amounts of cuteness, please take in the pictures in small batches. If you are truly brave then venture forth.
Also, since I am super rude and since we just moved across the world, please forgive me that I haven't gotten thank you cards out to all those who got presents for Tucker. We love you and appreciate them so much and are so grateful for everyone :)

Well here is the story of Tucker's 3 and a half birthday parties. 

1. California - After Hawaii we thought it would be wise to have a little shindig in OC before heading back to Utah and moving across the country. We had friends and family over and it was just awesome. Little man loved everything about that day. 

Tucker really loved feeding the dogs. 

2. Utah/Whetton Home - So Pioneer Day we went to Ryan's BYU boss's house for a brunch and they ended up getting a little something for Tucker which just melted our hearts. It was a delicious brunch from Magleby's and oh man it was so fun to talk for hours, to have my dad there with us and to have a wild ride along the Wasatch in their ATV. 

This is Tucker's adorable little cake they got for him. It was delicious.

During the blowing of the party favor.

The Whettons. Love you guys

3. Utah/Actual Birthday - So Tucker's actual birthday was a blast. We played, ate some more delicious food, spent time with my dad and got the boys ready to head out to NY the next day. We had so much fun seeing all our friends one last time and it really made us appreciate our wonderful time in Utah. We love it there and hope that we can see you all again soon. Thanks for being amazing. 

3.5 PA - And lest we forget the post bday parties for this little man. As soon as we got to my parents house in PA we got to open all of his presents as well! His favorite was this little bike. How adorable is this??

And thus we have the story of the boy with three (and a half) birthdays.

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