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The Nat Pack: The super fashionable, super mod, super hip family consisting of Nat, Pete, Jakob, Brock, Troy, and Ivy. Like The Rat Pack, only younger, cuter, and not as rich or famous.

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Pete's Girly Birthday

I wonder if Pete was wondering if I was going to post about his 32nd birthday. Well, wonder no more, Pete, because HERE IT IS IN ALL ITS GLORY! WOOOO!

The discussion about Pete's birthday went something like this:
Me: So, what do you want for your birthday?
Pete: I don't, I really have no idea.
Me: So, what do you want to do for your birthday?
Pete: I don't, I really have no idea.

Ah, the passion. The decisiveness. So much to work with.

We ended up going to "How to Train Your Dragon", in 3D (WOOOO!). It was really, really, really cute. Totally buying it when it comes out on DVD. But I don't think it was worth the extra $3 a ticket to see in 3D, especially since Troy wouldn't keep his glasses on. Live and learn.

Then Pete opened up his gifts.

Pete got some new dress shirts and a tie, and a work shirt. He also got some planes, courtesy of Jake...

...and a Bella Barbie doll and a Twilight Jacob shirt.

And, just FYI, the last two aren't "real" gifts. It was more of a "this is money spent, so take these back and get something that you actually want that costs this much" kind of gift. Besides, Pete's a Team Edward, anyway.

After gifts we had cake. Pete thought Brock's birthday cake was yummy (chocolate and white marble cake), so I ordered one for him. The inscription reads "Happy Birthday Princess". Yes, it was on purpose. I thought it would be funny to get my husband a little girl's cake. The lady that took my order was holding back laughter while I was ordering it. When I picked it up, the lady said, "Wait, this is the one for the husband, huh?" and started laughing. Most importantly, though, Pete laughed about it. For like, 5 minutes.

And oh, it was yummy.

Ivy loved the cake, too. When she saw it she went "oooOOOOooo!" Pete graciously gave her the crown and sceptre that came on the cake.

That look totally reads, "Ah, now I know that they know that I have the power!"

After the kids went to bed, Pete and I got some Texas Roadhouse (to go), and watched a movie. We did that for Valentine's day, and it rocked. And it was SOOO yummy! No kids begging for food, no crowds to fight...totally awesome.

Well, Pete, I hope you enjoyed your birthday, because I sure had fun. WOOOO!


Karlenn said...

Woooooooo!!! I love your girly gifts and cake for Pete. Hilarious. It sounds like a really laid-back, wonderful birthday.

Janae -- Thoughts in Vinyl said...

How funny! I bet he loved every minute of it...and next year I bet he will have all sorts of ideas of what he wants for his birthday.

Momza said...

What a fun house you have!
Happy Birthday Mr. Nat Pack!

Becky said...

Those gifts and that cake were the best things EVER!!! I freaking love you and your family!