Friday, January 10, 2014

1/9/14 Nick is 21

Nick's birthday got spread out a good bit across our Disney trip, leading up to the actual day of the 9th. 

When we checked in, he was given a birthday button to wear.

His first candle came on our first night, eating at the Irish Pub Raglan Road, with his bread pudding dessert. 

The waitress also brought over the Irish dancers to wish him a happy birthday as well.

On Friday, we had lunch at the Primetime Cafe and our waiter got 21 candles into a cupcake and got everyone in the restaurant to sing "Happy Birthday" and then passed around a Disney birthday card for everyone in our section to sign. 

seriously, that much fire meant the camera didn't think I needed a flash

after the cupcake, the Peanut Butter and Jelly Shake

on Sunday, with the largest red birthday Daruma doll in Japan

Cheesecake in Italy

Wishing he was 12 so he could be a Padawan (they didn't have this when he was the right age)

However, turning 21 means your parents let you try their Lapu Lapu at dinner

And Dinner at 'Ohana on your last night is all you can eat

showing off the Food Baby

One last morning in the parks on the birthday trip

 Sometimes, even when you're turning 21, riding in a flying elephant is still fun

Birthday DAY 1/9

 Birthday waffles

and with one more set of candles to blow out on the cookie cake (Pirate themed, natch)

we're both sick, but have to get a birthday mom and son picture anyway

1/10 . . . and he's gone

saying bye to the puppies

and the Bru

and the terribly weepy mama

and my 21 year old is on his way back to Texas again. 

I love you, my boy. Be safe. Be Happy. 

Happy Birthday, and many, many more.


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