Now you are 3

Dear Little Mr,
Wow! How can it be that you are turning 3. It seems like only yesterday we were gazing into your newborn eyes as you clasped you tight fists around our fingers. How has so much time passed since we posed for photos before finally bringing you home from the hospital. are you really the same baby we stared in wonderment at when we arrived home thinking “now what”. It is hard to believe you were ever that small. We have loved watching you grow and develop over the past 3 years. You have had a lot of changes during the last year many are bittersweet for us. You grew so much taller, you talk in huge sentences, you started playgroup, you moved into a big bed, you learned how to use big boy pants and you became a big brother. We are so unashamedly proud of how you have become a brilliant big brother to your new baby sister. You are such a happy little boy, always wanting to entertain and bring a smile to the faces of others.  You have a wicked sense of humour, and are so caring and loving. We cherish the hugs we share with you now as in future years we know they will become less frequent. You love sharing kisses and making Little Miss laugh, it melts our hearts melt to watch. Each night you go to bed Daddy reads you a story and Mummy always comes for kisses, cuddles and I love you’s.  We just can’t believe how quickly the last 3 years have passed. We would repeat them all in a heartbeat.  We are so proud of you, and hope you have the best 3rd Birthday.


All our love, hug and kisses

Mummy and Daddy
x x x
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1st Day at Playgroup

Dear Little Mr,

Today was your first day at playgroup.  How we got here so quickly we will never know. You will be three in a few weeks yet it seems like only yesterday you came into our lives.  We are so proud of the little boy that you are, so chatty, friendly and funny to boot, you are a born entertainer. It was with a mix of emotions that Mummy  dropped you off this morning. So proud of you all ready, excitedly waving your carefully prepared packed lunch eagerly waiting to leave. Yet at the same time there was a tinge of sadness that you are growing up so quickly. We wanted to take a picture of you by the entrance to freeze the moment in time but you were so excited to be there running in, hanging up your hat and coat and settling in to play with the cars. We wouldn’t have it any other way, a true example of the confident, secure and happy little boy that you are. Mummy popped back after half an hour to drop a letter of for the kind ladies that work there and had a sneaky peek through the window. You looked very happy playing with the other boys and girls. Mummy went home and managed to get lots of jobs done and a tidy house but couldn’t wait to collect you so you could mess it all up again. To make the day go more quickly Mummy went to the shops something that you don’t like doing so much. By 2.50pm we waited eagerly with the other Mummies and Daddies ready to pick you up. You had had a lovely day. Eaten all of your lunch, played cars, play-doh, played outside, sang songs and listened to stories to name a few things you reeled off in excitement when we collected you.  Most of all you greeted me with a huge hug, and Mummy loves your hugs so much. We hurried home for your tea as you were very tired after doing lots of new things. When Daddy got home you told him about your day but were really really tired so we took you up to get ready for bed. Once in your pj’s we had a snuggle on the rocking chair whilst you drank your milk. What a perfect moment. You fell asleep before a bedtime story tonight but the snuggles were so worth it.

We are so proud of you and love you with all of our hearts.

Lots of love
Mummy and Daddy