Simple Sunday II–Father’s Day

The boys have been very eager for Father’s Day to arrive.  They have been planning to serve poppa breakfast in bed.

Cody made a sign.  It was all his idea.  When you read the sign you must read it like this:  sleep in POPPA, yelling out the last word because that is what exclamation marks are for.  I don’t know why there is an extra P, there just is.

Sleep In Poppa!

Cody picked out the perfect rose from our backyard to go in the vase.  Carter made the fruit salad, Cody heated up the croissant.  They were both very excited.  Can you tell?

Father's Day Collage

The tray, in case you were wondering, is a rimmed cookie sheet with a dish towel on the top.  Yeah, we are just that classy.

Happy Father’s Day to all you wonderful dads out there.

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10 Responses to Simple Sunday II–Father’s Day

  1. jensine says:

    love the note … it’s a keeper

  2. mimijk says:

    Their faces are priceless!! So much excitement with so much love!

    • shoes says:

      They were very excited about surprising him with breakfast in bed. He was very surpised as they woke him up from a dead sleep at 7:18 (I could hold them back no longer) with a loud “HAPPY FATHER’S DAY POPPA!!” It was very cute.

  3. muddledmom says:

    Aren’t kids just the best sometimes? I said sometimes.

  4. Jodi Stone says:

    That’s just lovely. I hope Popppa enjoyed his sleep in and breakfast in bed. My little grandson came over yesterday and the first thing she said to me was, “Mimi do you have paper so I can make Papi a card?” They are just the most precious things aren’t they?

    • shoes says:

      That is sweet. I had Cody and Carter tell me what they wanted me to write in their cards to Popppa. Cody said that he liked going to the dump with him and Carter said that he liked doing the monkey bars with him. :-)

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