Here are Coleman and Nana. He asked her to show him his cake, and then gave us his super cheesy smile that he has perfected.
We had one of his favorite suppers: hot dogs, Doritos (fire chips), pasta salad (birthday noodles), and baked beans. Then we served an ocean cake and Blue Bell homemade vanilla.
being silly with Pop-O
After everyone ate cake, we said it was time to open presents. Coleman disappeared. We found him up on our bed with all the gifts, trying to bring two of them into the living room. We helped him carry his pile to the couch and he and Brent started opening them. I didn't get a picture of him opening his dvd from Granny and Grandaddy. They gave us a second copy of Veggie Tales "The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything." We have literally worn out our first copy from watching it so much.
Uncle Chris, Aunt Margie and the cousins sent a new floor puzzle. He looked around after he opened it and said, "Thank you Uncle Chris and Aunt Margie and Amelia, Lily and Nolan!"
Aunt Mer Mer and Uncle Roger heard that he loved that lollipop drum at music camp, so they sent him his very own. It was a big hit, in every way!
Then he opened Nana and Pop-O's gift.
It was a pirate costume! He did not take it off Sunday night until it was bathtime. Then, when his pajamas were on, he put the costume right on top of them. That costume spent the night in the floor by his bed, and he met me at 6:45 the next morning coming into the kitchen, dragging it to put it on again.