We didn't do anything fancy but Jason said that was exactly what we wanted! So I bought us some donuts on Saturday night so Sunday morning I assembled Jason's presents and the "birthday clown" and then we had donuts while we watched General Conference.
Then we took a scooter ride to the temple and walked around and it was gorgeous. Sadly, I forgot my camera but the Provo Temple, the Wasatch Mountains, and flowers were breathtaking (not to mention all the missionaries staring at us on on our scooter).
Then we watched another session of General Conference before I prepared Jason's dinner of choice: meatloaf with baked potatoes and corn (He's a simple man, what can I say?).
(This is the closest to the birthday clown I could find)
Then, as per family Thomas family traditions, he was allowed to open his presents. These were his favorite:
Although this looks like a fat person commercial, Jason is merely showing his new jeans.
Here is the monkey cake I made Jason for his birthday!
It was my first 2 layer cake and I think it turned out pretty great!
We had some of our friends over for a little bday gathering:
I like this picture of Jason & I but there is a random arm. . . lol
Mrs. Bethany and Miss Darcey, very lovely
Cody and Emily
I leave these two alone for 1 minute with the camera ;)
Darcey and The injured Cory
Yeah we often try to match each other's clothes and then our couch.
Anyhoo, I hope you had a great birthday baby!
Thanks to all of our great friends and family for their kind words!