We celebrated Logan's eighteenth birthday this past week - which just blows my mind. I can't believe how quickly time has gone by.
Let me tell you a little about him.
He was born the smallest of my three children (believe it or not) and also my most stubborn. Not so sure where he got that. (wink..wink)
The two of us have butted heads more than once but at the same time are connected by an unseen thread. You know, that thread that runs between each mother and child. He knows that I am here for him no matter what the problem may be. I always listen, give advice or just be the sounding board that he needs. Always hoping that I may guide him in the right direction.
5th grade Science Camp
He tends to be a thinker & very hands-on, a definite conversationalist (he got that skill from my father) and a very kindhearted person.
Logan and Snickers - our Siamese catHis plans are to graduate high school in the next few months and seek a career in the welding world.
I wish him the best and hope that he truly finds a career that he loves doing. One that he won't mind getting up and going to each & every day.
Katie, Logan & Gage at Arden River - 2006
More than anything I want each of my children to have happiness in their life!
Happy Birthday Logan!