Sparrow will be four years old next month. FOUR. Terrifying.
When he turns five, we are planning a family vacation to Disneyland. My parents have a timeshare they've reserved, my grandma will be coming along, and Sparrow should be just tall enough to go on all of the rides (or at least the majority.)
I went to Disneyland for the first time when I was a newly-minted four year old and I still remember it. Mostly I remember that Peter Pan promised to teach me how to fly. He did not.
Anyway, Sparrow is very excited about this upcoming adventure. He talks about it often - "when I turn five, I will go to Disneyland!" But I am worried that he will be sorely disappointed on his birthday this year, since I'm not sure how well he grasps the concept that he still has to wait a year to visit Disney.
So I am debating about whether or not to throw him a little birthday party. On the one hand, children frighten me and I am no good with stress. On the other hand, he would love to have a party with his friends.
The debate rages on. At least I know what I'm getting for his birthday this year!