Aunt Faith is eleven. It's hard to believe that she's already in middle school. Of course, she does know everything, so I guess I'm just surprised she's not already in college. We celebrated her birthday on Friday with a trip to BJs and her swim party was on Saturday. Ryan was not feeling well, so James and Michael were the only triplet attendees of the swim party. The girls decorated flip flops and visors, we had pizza and cake, then we all went to the pool for some fun in the sun. It was a very nice way to start a new year of life.
Papa Joe entertained the boys while Aunt Faith and her friends did their decorating.
Michael finds the power center in the home. Ironically, Papa Joe removed said power wand and placed it on the mantle out of harm's way. Michael was not impressed by that move.
Aunt Faith blows out her candles and the boys get to have more cake. They love birthdays since their larger than life mom is trying to limit the amount of refined sugar that enters into their diets. Even the healthiest of moms aren't able to say no to birthday cake.
Evidence of why refined sugar and Wendy's value meals are bad. Michael is pretty cute in his bumble bee, though.
The boys decide it's time to call this party a wrap and head home. It was nice of Aunt Faith to get old so that we could eat cake and swim in the pool. Hopefully she'll do it again next year.