Monday, November 02, 2009

In celebration of tiny Fy!

The first year we celebrated Fyo's birthday (a few days after we got him), we dressed up in costumes and watched a werewolf movie. The next year, we held him a party in Waukesha, attended by his four grandparents, which made a grand total of seven people in costumes. (Fyo was dressed as Doctor Octopus!) In Appleton, he dressed as a pilot (goggles and a scarf) and threw a marvelous party - Lucas was only a few weeks old! I'm so glad Fyo hosted the party himself instead of asking me to do it. Whew. Last year, he and Flaco dressed as space men and went trick-or-treating together. Which brings us to the present -- Fyo, Lucas, and Loli all dressed as tigers (poor Fyo did not have a very good costume, comparatively) and got candy and then we went to my parents' house and had a birthday feast! Barbecued pork! Mashed potatoes! Sicilian vegetables! Pumpkin pie with cream! Fyo says that he plans to be a pharaoh next year, and that Lucas and Loli have already agreed to be his mummies. So here is your invitation a year early -- would you like to attend his birthday dinner?

7 comments:

mark and monsita! said...

Count me in, Fyo sure knows how to have fun!!

Anonymous said...

That picture just makes me laugh! It's just downright silly. :)

Anonymous said...

oh, that was me (Ginger)!

Kelli said...

Absolutely! We'd love to attend! ;)

Anonymous said...

So Ginger, just what makes you laugh about the picture? Is it the dog wearing a tee shirt walking on his hind feet, or is it the gentleman offering him the pumpkin pie? Maybe it's just the color of the dog's tee shirt? Inquisitive minds want to know!!!

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Anonymous said...

I don't really know! It just strikes my funny bone. Maybe this picture Fyo reminds me of Puss in Boots in Shrek?! I'll probably always think of him walking on 2 legs instead of 4 now.
Be honest, doesn't that make YOU laugh too??!!!! (The guy with the pie is in almost every picture ever taken - how does that happen? ;)

Ginger

grubekl said...

Upon first glance, I thought he was truly a two-legged walking dog. Like a Roald Dahl creation come to life. It's hard not to believe it from the picture!