Friday, April 30, 2010

Brady's first communion

Sunday was a very special day for Brady. It was special for us too as Grandparents, to see our grandson make his first Holy Communion.

Isn't he cute in his white shirt and tie? Such a little man.

Here is the 1st communion class. They kids worked hard for this. They attendedclasses every Wednesday night during the school year.

Tonight they will celebrate with a pizza and ice cream party.

The family after mass.

We celebrated after church with dinner in town at Colten's. Brady wanted the steak house, even if it was only 11:00 AM! It was his day and he could pick any place he wanted.

Here he is opening his gift from us. It's a Fredrick's cross made by the blacksmith.

I feel pretty safe in say he's probably the first boy ever to receive a hand made cross from his grandfather the blacksmith.


GardenofDaisies said...

Aw, he is a cute little fellow! Love that grin! We just attended our nephews confirmation last night.

Down On The Farm said...

What a good looking young man!

Flat Creek Farm said...

Brady is such a handsome little guy, and I love it that Grandpa forged & gave him a cross! -Tammy

Sara said...

Such a handsome guy and good lookin' family.
Congrats to Brady!

Deanna said...

Congratulations to Brady. It looks like his class was a bit lopsided, girls vs. boys. We are having our 1st Communion here this weekend. I always love seeing the kids all dressed up and scared and so proud of their accomplishment.

Coltens is good, no matter what time of day!

Bernie said...

What a wonderful day for Brady and his family......your gift is absolutely beautiful.....:-) Hugs

Worknprogress said...

Congratulations to Brady and your family.

Missouri Gal Nicole said...

What a beautiful gift! And made with love like our quilts!

Missouri Gal Nicole said...

What a beautiful gift! And made with love like our quilts! Congrats to Brady!

soggibottom said...

Only grandmums can say cute.
He does look it though.
He also looks very smart and grown up aw x x x
Your safe, until he grows out of hamsters :-)