Breckan is 2!

Our little guy turned two last saturday. He has added so much to our lives (you can take that however you want). ;) He enoyed presents, cupcakes, chinese food, ice cream cake and more presents. :) Here's some pictures I took of him enoying his cupcake. He was soooo sleepy! After he ate the cupcake I gave him a bath and he went right to sleep. lol!


Mand said...

Happy Birthday Breckan!!! Looks like he enjoyed every minute of that cupcake and his special day. :)

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Heather said...

He looks good in green!

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