Aaron will be 4 this June! He actually asked his daddy the other day, “Am I 4 yet?” He’s been looking forward to being 4 and going to school.
We thought about taking DS to Disneyland for his 4th birthday. But he’s not that much into the rides. He said, “I want to go to a place where I can learn things!” He meant discovery museums. We’ll be finding a new one to explore with him this summer.
When I asked him If he wanted to go to Disneyland, he said no and wanted a party. And he chose a Super Mario Birthday Party. I thought it was so cool how he picked a theme that’s not so common for 4 year olds. It’s pretty retro. I started looking for stuff for the party, when I said, “This is hard, Aaron you sure you want a Super Mario Birthday?” His answer? “No I changed my mind, I want Sesame Street!” Then I asked him, “What happened?” He answered, “Because you said it was hard, so I changed my mind!”
My super sweet boy. Gotta love him. But I told him I was just kidding and said we can still do Super Mario. I already have ideas of dressing him up in overalls, a red shirt and a red hat and buying moustaches from Oriental Trading.
Well, he doesn’t want a moustache. He goes on saying, “I don’t want a costume, just a party!” Fine, I don’t have to get the moustaches but I think he should wear the overalls. So far, he’s back into at least dressing up, minus the facial hair. lol. I’m going back and forth thinking if DD should be dressed as Luigi or Princess Peach. Either way, she’ll be adorable.
As the days pass by, DS has been giving more input for his birthday, including the following:
He wants a cake with super mario on top and his friends behind him (The keychains from ebay came last week)
He says no to balloons (He says they’ll just fly into the sky)
He does want Super Mario plates.
He’s requesting a personalized birthday banner.
When we heard the Kidz Bop cd in the car and heard the song “Holiday,” he said “For my birthday, we can put this song in the radio and listen to it at the party because it’s about celebrating!” (He’s so smart)
And when I asked him if he wants a pinata for his party he replied “No, I just want a game. The one you put a moustache on Mario, not the nose one!” (He saw the game I was reading online and the kids have to pin the “nose” on Mario)
So there, this would be 4 year old is planning his own party! I’m still in disbelief! Hahaha! Let the craziness begin!