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He's 30!!!

This weekend Adam turned 30!!! Aashini LOVES birthdays! - even if they aren't hers! She gets so excited about singing and blowing out candles... and cake! Well, I made a strawberry cake... it was a mess! I messed up a lot of things with lack of ingredients and lack of the right sized containers - haha! It was still pretty good though...
I love Aashini's face in this picture :)
She had fun helping blow out the candles :)
That evening our friends Joe & Amberley came over to watch the girls while we went to the mall :) We painted pottery, played some air hockey and some other hockey game & went out to eat :)
It was fun! Happy 30th Birthday Adam!! :)
Please lift up Adam right now - he has dengue now and isn't feeling so good :(

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Oh NO! I can't believe Adam has Dengue now! That is so miserable! Your family needs a vacation from the mosquitoes! Prayin for him!
Sara Beth said…
Hope Adam feels better. That's no fun. I didn't realize you guys were a couple years younger than us...I turn 32 next month! Ahh!
KSA said…
Spending you birthday sick, how awful is that. And 30 can be a hard enough birthday for some people, even when they are felling fine ( trust me I know I also past that age marker earlier this year). Hope he is feeling better soon.
Carrie said…
I always thought Adam was older than me - guess I was wrong! Keeping him in our thoughts as he is sick!
Bri said…
and feels twenty right?! Happy birthday!
Susan said…
Happy Birthday, Adam... Feel Better!
Emily said…
Adam is a ridiculously good artist...that mug looks AWESOME. Can I have some coffee in that next February? ;)
Hazel loves birthdays too - she talks about them all the time and pretends to bake cakes almost on a daily basis. Yet another reason why our girls should be in the same city to play together and not on different continents. :(
Oh no! Not another one! Tell him to drink drink drink lots of fluids and to rest! (know yall know that, just feel helpless all the way over here:) Hope he gets better soon...they don't call it "bone break fever" for nothing.
Oh, and Anthony and I discussed a couple days ago going and painting pottery on a date...haha!

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