Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Happy Birthday Tyler!

Twenty years ago today I became a mom.  Thank you.

Happy Birthday!




Now wake up and get your day started.

22 comments:

  1. Wow a beautiful toddler and a very handsome man, well done ma and pa!

    Twenty years ago, hmm….Good God, I think I was holed up in South Dakota or I had just gotten back, pfft, 20 years ago , ugh. I feel exactly the same - bewildered.

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    1. See, I am remembering when I was 20. And now he's 20. And now I need lunch then a nap. Why do I feel so old?!

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    2. Oh I should have married young and had family, I could have had 30 year olds by now!

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  2. What a handsome son you have! Happy birthday, Tyler! You deserve a present too though, as you pushed him out on this very day!

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    1. Somehow I was actually made to have babies. Both births were quick and fairly easy.

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  3. Happy Birthday to your son! You can be proud!

    Btw. i like your Hermes bracelet. I havent taken mine of a.single.day. since i got mine in Paris last september.

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  4. What a darling boy and a handsome man. My son turned 20 this past February, yeah I gotta say having a 20yo made me feel older! We would have been young mums at the same time. Hasn't it flown by!

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    1. My mother swears you are not officially old until your child turns 50. We have a way to go...my sis turns 50 in May. Sorry Mom.

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  5. Happy Birthday to your son!

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    1. Unfortunately, he has a test today and a test Friday. I am sure he will celebrate this week end.

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  6. Happy Birthday Tyler!!! He is almost legal to drink (I am sure since he is your son he is waiting patiently...)

    Syd will be 22 in February. Time flies....

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    1. I thought Canada was more civilised with its drinking laws?
      I remember crossing over to London, Ontario when I was at school in Detroit as the drinking laws were less crazy than the US....

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    2. Yeah, right. I still struggle with the "they can go to war at 18 but can't drink until 21". I celebrated a bit for him last night.

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  7. Yay! Well done you!
    There's nothing like children to make one aware of the passing of time....
    I should probably have started earlier with the procreating thing. I feel ancient to have such young children!

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    1. Teenage daughters are the real issue. You just pretty much give up the spotlight…there is no competing.

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  8. Happy Birthday to your gorgeous young man! Wow, I feel positively ancient, my son just turned 32. How did that happen?

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  9. Not only is he great looking, he looks to be a good guy. Happy birthday to the young man and good job to the mom and dad. You must be so proud!

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    1. He has always been my bundle of joy. Fun, easy going, talkative, and loving.

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  10. Now he looks like a lovable cute guy! Good job!! I worry about the guys these days as described by my girls. This is a good'un!!!

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    1. I went to the ultimate frisbee tournament and saw the guys playing. I am now afraid of what my daughter may drag home one day. Tyler is a good'un, he'll fall hard when the right one comes along.

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