To celebrate, Myles didn't want any friends over for a party (Luke even tried some pretty good angles with him and he refused) and I didn't push it too hard. I will have to make it up to the third child at some point in his life. Myles picked a family party at Chuck E. Cheese over swimming at the REC center. We went on Myles' birthday eve and pretty much had the place to ourselves. We found it so funny when one of Bryan's co-worker/friend walked in with his kids. This was our first time taking the kids. They visited Chuck E. Cheese other times with friends and birthday parties, but Bryan and I had a good laugh over what $50 can get you in prizes. The worker was even being very generous and let the kids pick a prize way over the amount of tickets they gave him. Maybe the worker wanted to be able to sleep at night. :)
The next morning, Myles started his birthday celebrations just a little after 5:00 AM. This kid! He was a little on edge most of the day, due to lack of sleep, but we managed to continue on with the partying at home. We did cake and presents that night. Luke "assisted" Myles with his new Lego set and the other presents were a hit, too. We love this kiddo.
Doesn't he look like he's having the time of his life?
Luke getting creative with Legos for Myles' bday. Luke also found one of his stuffed animals and gave it to Myles, correction "To: 3-year-old Myles."
Not sure why it's 2018 and I'm still posting a video that's sideways. Myles loves it so much, that I'm just going to leave this as is.