I almost completely forgot about the poster I've been making for Max's birthday every year and had to go out to three different stores at 11pm the night before to find white poster board!
I left him one balloon not blown up because I thought he'd get a kick out of doing it himself. Success!
Grandpa and Abuela got Max a bike and helmet! He still has trouble steering, but he's getting really good at using the peddles by himself.
We went to a new park that we hadn't explored before.
So many awesome printables to make the party more fun!
Max's cupcakes, though he ended up eating three...He also insisted on the train candles.
Cousins! Ethan, Hannah, and Carter. Max loves them so so much!
I don't know why, but he went through a phase of removing his shoes at the park, which couldn't have felt good because of the bark they use to cover the ground!
He learned to swing like this from watching other kids.
It's exhausting turning 3!
Max is such a kind-hearted and loving little boy. He gives hugs, kisses, and cuddles freely. He loves hanging out with other kids, and absolutely adores all of his grandparents. He does have a tendency to push kids, but I know he doesn't do it to be mean, he just gets excited when he's around other kids and I think he just doesn't know how to express that excitement. We're working on it. Lately he's been interesting in babies and always points out when a baby's crying. He's obsessed with Paw Patrol and trains, the latter of which I don't think will ever go away. He's a momma's boy, but he very much loves his daddy too. Bryan and I love this little boy more than he could ever know!