Happy Birthday to My Dear, Sweet Wesley!

Nineteen years ago today my Wesley arrived!  It was a very quick delivery; he almost made his appearance in the car on the way to the hospital.  Mike was quite nervous, but we made it with 45 minutes to spare!

Wesley has always been a sweetie.  He was a real cuddler when he was a baby, and both boys still give parents and grandparents (and aunts and uncles…) lots of hugs.   Since The Princess Bride is one of our favorite movies, I call Wes, "My dear, sweet Wesley."  (I know; in the movie his name is Westley, but I didn't want to confuse my Wesley!)  So far, he hasn't said, "Mom, can you stop calling me that?"  One day, I guess I'll have to, but not yet.

This isn't his birthday card, of course.  After my workshop today, I'll make his card and bake him a cake.  We had a non-dairy oreo pie for his celebration Monday, but I want to make a special cake for him today.  Do I spoil my boys?  Maybe a little.

Stamp set:  Fabulous Florets; Ink:  Jet Black StazOn; Pink Pirouette, Marina Mist, Daffodil Delight classic; Watercolor Wonder Crayons – brights; Paper:  Pink Pirouette, Whisper White, Old Olive card stock; Other:  corner rounder punch, mini glue dots, stampin' dimensionals, Flower Garden embossing folder, Big Shot, Marina Mist grosgrain, aqua painter

Rachel & I were looking at projects on a web site the other night, and she was explaining to me why I liked certain ones and why I didn't like others.  I think she's going to teach a design class for me.  I'm looking forward to that a lot! 

This was one we both liked – but tweaked a little.  It was inspired by fellow demonstrator Paula Stewart.  I love the softness of the watercolored flowers.

Once again, I'm running out the door.  Thanks for stopping by!

About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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