Yesterday we celebrated my nephew Keegan’s birthday at my Mom & Dad’s! It was fantastic! Everyone was there except for Keegan’s girlfriend and her son!
Keegan requested “Grandpa burgers” (which usually the grandkids do), Bob Evan’s mac and cheese and a yellow cake with white icing! The rest of the meal he didn’t care.
“Grandpa burgers” are sirloin patties from a local market near my parent’s, Lehr’s Prime Market” and grilled with another local’s, Montgomery Inn, bbq sauce on them! Then topped with cheese, if you want, and whatever toppings you like! Nothing fancy, but very delicious!
I got busy sidetracked with my young nieces Janie & Avery, great niece Finley and little great nephew Easton, and didn’t get pics of everything I was planning to take, but… here’s a few!
Ok, this one is really blurry but I had to show Rudy seeing little Easton for the very first time!
The girls “helping” Keegan with his gifts! They usually help everyone on every occasion, well, except Christmas! They’re to busy with their own then :)! It’s Keegan’s little cousin Janie (love her expression, she’s on the left)and little sister Avery!
They’re still interested in the cards! BTW, everyone is required to read their cards out loud!
I love the cute big brother, little sister look going on here!
Once again the girls waiting for the candles to be lit so they can “help” blow them out! Now Keegan’s little niece Finley has joined him! I guess in a couple years Easton will have to “help” everyone too!
It was a wonderful day of celebrating! I got to see and spend time with my whole family! Thank you Dad & Mom for everything, Mitzi & Mark, Tony & Bridget, Britainy & John, Keegan, Cassidy, Janie, Avery, Finley and Easton! Of course I also got to spend the day with my immediate family, so thank you Rudy & Audrey too!
Here’s a photo update on our momma and baby living in our backyard. If you missed my “birth announcement” you can see it here ;)!
Here the momma is right at the base of our porch steps eating her evening meal before turning in for the night. The fawn is under a bush farther to the top of this picture!
The next morning both the momma and baby were out roaming around. The mom eating and the baby drinking. Where the fawn is feeding is about 100 feet from where they usually sleep. So momma takes the fawn out exploring around the yard a couple times a day.
Our neighbor dropped off a ball canning jar full of homemade granola on our porch with a lovely note. “Thanks for being such a good neighbor. Enjoy (I hope) the granola. PS – It’s a girl! T… (her daughter just had a little girl last week).