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Happy Birthday, Baby Daddy

by on Jan.28, 2014, under Uncategorized

Yesterday was my hiz’s birthday.

It was his first birthday as a papa and we celebrated accordingly: Instead of throwing a wild, drunken party, we kicked back at home with our midget daughter and ate a cheap meal at a nearby diner… because we didn’t feel like driving into downtown, because we’re all battling the same cold, because my hiz just returned from a trip abroad and had no desire to do anything other than absolutely nothing.

So happy birthday, hizzy! You’ve always been a crazily loving and attentive partner, and as a father, you are even more heart-melting and selfless.

I’m blessed to have you for a thousand reasons: blessed that you share midnight feeding duties so I can have a longer stretch of sleep; that you finagled a work schedule that’s Jassy-friendly; that you never get impatient or frustrated when it comes to our baby; that you discovered her favorite way to be rocked when she’s fussy; that you still take the time to say sweet nothings and grin at me like I’m your new girlfriend, instead of your ball-and-chain baby machine.

I am filled with all-consuming love for you every day, especially on your birthday, and especially now that you’re our daughter’s daddy.

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9 Comments for this entry

  • Mo

    Ah, so sweet…….beautiful pictures ♥

  • Archil

    I cant believe its been alsomt 3 years since we got married. We looked at this pictures and reminds us again of that special day. You guys are awesome and did an amazing job, we really love the work you guys did. I dont know if you guys remember but you sold me one of the biggest picture frames you guys have and we got our picture framed in it, all of our friends that come over are like DAAAM thats an awesome picture and they envy us. We glady say thank you and tell them that we got it done in Tamayo Studio. Keep up the good work you guys are amazing and we are glad we chose you

  • Samotita

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