Thursday, March 1, 2012

Wyatt's 1st Birthday LeAp yEar!

Our Wyatt has a very special birthday. Leap Year.  Here are the facts about Leap Year

Who invented Leap Years?

The length of the solar year, however, is slightly less than 365¼ days—by about 11 minutes. To compensate for this discrepancy, the leap year is omitted three times every four hundred years.

Julius Caesar introduced Leap Years in the Roman empire over 2000 years ago, but the Julian calendar had only one rule: any year evenly divisible by 4 would be a leap year. This lead to way too many leap years, but didn't get corrected until the introduction of the Gregorian Calendar more than 1500 years later. Interesting.....  And a Super Cool Birthday for my kid

We had a fun neighborhood party at the park with all the fixins.  That's hulk juice on the table.  Tried to do a green theme.  Nailed it.  Ha
He got some fun gifts from his friends.  We live in the best neighborhood.  
Hugged by a girl ;)
Frog and lilly pad cake for Leap Year.
Of course he got some costumes and a bell for his bike.  Hence the Shock and Awe...
Thor beats up people.  So I have heard...
Bumpa will not be left out of the funWyatt is such a cute boy with sparkly eyes as you can see.  Always laughing and looking for fun.  Trying to grow up too fast because of all these brothers.  He loves his school with Miss Stacy and can't wait for Kindergarten next year. 
I asked him who this was on the computer and he said "Me Thor" 
Happy Birthday Wyatt.  See you again in 4 years. 

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