21.6.10

Father's Day


Yesterday was husband's first Father's Day. He is normally up at
an ungodly hour every morning to go to work, so he misses out
on normal morning routines like coffee, the paper and breakfast.
He happens to be a big fan of breakfast, and pancakes for that
matter!
He had a King-sized stack of cakes, with bacon, milk and
coffee waiting for him when he woke up.
Israel slept in till nearly 9:30, so that was his Father's Day gift, but
he also received a card, book and movie tickets-which are worth their
weight in gold around here!

14 comments:

  1. Wow, that's quite a breakfast! But I'm sure he more than deserves it :-)

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  2. The first mothers and fathers day are the best aren't they.

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  3. very cute flag! that's a hungry man's breakfast, alright. ( is it bad, though, that I noticed the cute bunting pattern on the napkin first?)

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  4. That is supper cute. Being a person who also has to miss a morning routine (and often a night one too), I bet he really appreciated it.

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  5. those pancakes look incredible--so fluffy! and i love the little flag, too. :)

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  6. that is the happiest fathers day treat i've seen.

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  7. Ha my fav part is his fork already in hand...he is SO ready to get at that food! ;) Great job mama...

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  8. Ha my fav part is his fork already in hand...he is SO ready to get at that food! ;) Great job mama...

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  9. fabulous! love the stack & the setting...he must have felt rather special

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  10. Aw, this is a cute post in every which way!

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  11. looks delicious! i adore that little flag :)

    xo Alison

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  12. I love this! Love the flag, and those pancakes look so yummy!

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  13. What a happy, happy father's day!

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  14. Those look delicious!

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