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With Great Joy We Introduce Our Newest Son Aaron Donald Walsh Ho

With Great Joy We Introduce Our Newest Son Aaron Donald Walsh Ho
Born January 17, 2007 Guangdong Province, The People's Republic of China Forever Ours April 12, 2010
"Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away."

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Aaron Turns 7!

Aaron's birthday festivities went on and on and on, and have now come to an end. We started with his Chinese/Lunar Birthday earlier this month. On the 17th, he opened some presents before school, brought cupcakes to school to celebrate with this class, opened more presents and had cupcakes that evening, then had his bowling birthday party on the 18th, and then a birthday celebration that afternoon with Grandma. He is very happy to be 7!

Aaron on his Chinese Birthday

Aaron with his lucky money (lai see) from Mommy & Daddy

a game

Angry Bird maze book

Lego Ninjago case

a new set of Tinker Toys

 January 17, 2013 -
Aaron Turns 7
Before school on the morning of his birthday.

Time to open presents

starting with a card

An Iron Man card from Donovan

Lego Chima game from Donovan

another card (Transformers)

an Angry Bird

Labyrinth - an INCREDIBLE game

another game for a boy who loves games

another maze book

 Cars sticker book

His first watch!

a new Angry Bird shirt

 Disney Planes movie

Cupcakes for School

After school - photos with Sarah

Mommy LOVES this photo!

an Angry Bird art kit from Sarah

Spirograph art set from Aunt Candice, Uncle Gregg, Alexandra, Ashley
Thinking about his wish

Look at that pouty lip! She wanted a candle too!
Blowing out his candle

At the bowling alley

Donovan signing the pin for Aaron


 Opening Presents

Donovan on the left, Aaron on the right

Back home, Grandma was waiting for us (and babysitting Sarah) 
Opening her card

a bowling pin key chain for his backpack
He's bringing it for Sharing this week.

The boys love pretending to be pirates. Grandma got them a gorgeous pirate chest, filled with all things pirate. The boys were THRILLED. They've been having us hide it all over the house...Here are our pirates: