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Happy 7th Birthday, Willis!

Oh, my little boy, how I love you so.

My favourite things about you are:
- how much you show your love for your sister
- how you hug Addy and Kinsey whenever you see them, even when you don't want to. Okay, sometimes you don't and then Kinsey cries, but you still tell you her love her.
- you still cuddle me and when I asked you this week how old you'll be when you'll stop, you said 9. then 10. then 13 and giggled.
- you are still so much the little boy that made us parents.  You will still drool occasionally (we did use to call you Willis Drools Simair) and you still go ballistic, jumping up and down when playing anything. That includes throwing paper into a fire. Pyro.
-you are learning and trying to deal with your emotions when you get upset, which is no easy feat.
-you adore your family and extended family and STILL talk about your second cousins Jesse and Noah.
- you are sensitive and kindhearted and you were so excited to see Mme. Marsh this week.



You are my little man-cub and I love every little bit of you.  Happy Birthday, my boy.


 
Willis is 7 from Dee on Vimeo.

The moment we met you.....

our 8 lbs, 4 oz little man

Aunty Kyla saw you first, the moment you came, she was right at my side, helping me with your Dad
Your Grandparents were impatiently waiting in the room next door






We spent the day before you birthday watching old videos.  You grinned the entire time you watched the video I made for you when you turned one.  I can't believe I didn't have this one uploaded. So here you go- one of my first videos!


Willis is 1! from Dee on Vimeo.


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  1. Happy birthday, Willis. NEVER stop cuddling your mom!

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  2. SO sweet! Happy Birthday Willis!

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  3. Aww, I love all the newborn photos!
    Happy 7th, Willis!!
    www.floralandfudge.blogspot.com

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