They said in our adoption classes it was important to keep some Thai traditions. Jacks takes it to a new level as we practice our traditional Thai Wai greeting of Sawasdee Cap.
Love how Siri even busts out a "Stop Jack!"
|The birthday boy got to make a plate with his handprint in the middle.|
|All of the guests got to put a thumb print on the plate.|
We sang a little karaoke, ate cake and ice cream, and had fun watching Dale open his presents.
Thank you to all of our family that helped to make Dale's birthday so wonderful!
|The Sharks may not score the most points, but they work hard and have fun....|
|...and they have the best cheering section!|
|Jack blowing out the candles on his car cake.|
|Off to the races in our cardboard box race cars.|
|On your mark, get set, go....|
|Siri and Stella enjoying their cars.|
|Jack with his soccer buddy Tyler.|
|Great playground by the campsite.|
|Can't go camping without smores.|
|First pumpkin carving of the year. Siri made an Elmo pumkin of course.|
|Siri discovers a love of hot chocolate.|
|Yum. Good stuff.|
|Fishing was fun, even though we didn't catch anything (unless you count Dale catching himself).|
|The Anderson Clan|
|Jack found a good one.|
|Siri picked hers.|
|Siri's pumpkin may have outweighed her.|
|The finished product (Siri, Dale, Stella, Jack and Matthew).|
|Jack's not so sure about Uncle Mike?!?|