-the man who radiates kindness and probably does more for others than he does for himself.
-the man who licked his thumb and used it to wipe the pop-tart off of my face before I headed into daycare each morning as a kid.
|Holding baby Leeland at the hospital waiting for my nephew to be born.|
-the man who taught me what hard work was all about because he lived it.
-the man who taught me the importance of saving, and all about financial independence.
-the man who fixed my hair in the mornings as a kid. Only a ponytail on top of the head so tight that you squinted would do.
|Before he walked me down the aisle to marry Daniel.|
-the man who taught me how to fish.
-the man who loved and saw me through the grief of losing my Mother.
-the man I've always looked up to most, and yearned to be just like when I was a kid.
Today, we celebrate you Daddy! I couldn't be more blessed to have the most awesome Dad. Thank you for always loving me, supporting me, teaching me, and helping to mold and shape me into the woman I am today. I love you so much, and want to wish you a....
|At Leeland's 2nd birthday-- train themed. I believe the hats were made for kids. LOL|
Very Happy Birthday!!!!
And of course we can't celebrate without cake. And since my Daddy also happens to have a huge sweet tooth and fond love of chocolate and candy, that's the direction I went.
Peanut butter cake with chocolate frosting, surrounded by Kit Kats and topped with Reese Pieces! Delicious!!