Wednesday, December 12, 2007

PICS OF ANDREW'S 19TH YEAR

19 years ago today Doug and I welcomed our second child and first son into our lives. Andrew was born at 9:45am and was my shortest, easiest labor (if you can call 14 hours short!)

Andrew has matured into such a responsible, dependable, hard working interesting adult. It has been so fun, and challenging at times, to watch him grow up.

Now onto 19 interesting, cool facts about Andrew ~

1-He has bright red hair.

2-He sucked his thumb as a baby.

3-He had a piece of my nightgown that he carried around when he was little. He called it a shushu.

4-He could throw a fit like no other child I've ever known.

5-He's a huge animal lover and also a hunter (go figure!)

6-He's decided to follow in his father's footsteps and be a farrier.

7-He got his driver's licence before his older sister.

8-He is NOT a picky eater.

9-He loves to hunt, fish, hike, and camp.

10-He's played soccer, baseball, roller hockey, ice hockey, and lacrosse.

11-He broke his arm in ice hockey and his leg when he was skateboarding.

12-He had stitches in his leg.

13-He built a cabin in our woods until our landlords made him tear it down.

14-He can crochet hats.

15-He can beat anybody at poker.

16-He taught himself how to play the guitar and he's really good!

17-He chopped down a tree in our yard with just an axe.

18-He can tie flies for fishing.

19-He's had 4 different bedrooms in our house.
















We're so proud of the man you've become Andrew.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Happy birf day yo!

Peace out from O town!

Bren said...

What a wonderful birthday tribute to your son! Great pictures. He looks like a very happy young man!!

Kelli said...

Happy Birthday Andrew!
What a wonderful post for your son!
Kelli

Nanny and Poppop said...

Happy Birthday to our first grandson! Congratulations to the Mom who birthed him and the mom and dad that raised him to be the man he is today! We are proud of all of you.

Uncle Sparky said...

You do us all proud, mister!