In just a few short months, I’m going to celebrate my 30th birthday! You would think that I have a lot of wishes for my 30th birthday, but I really don’t. I wanted to share some of my wishes for my 30th birthday and you should do the same! What’s your birthday wish?
I wish for my kids to sleep in.
If I were to wake up on my 30th birthday and my kids slept in, I would be in heaven. Thanks to daylight savings time, it’s like my kids wake up even earlier. It’s never fun, but it is what it is.
An amazing breakfast made.
I am a huge eggs and sausage girl. On my birthday, if I woke up to eggs and sausage in bed, I would be in heaven. I can’t even explain how awesome it would be to have breakfast in bed. I mean, who wouldn’t want breakfast in bed?
A day to do whatever I want.
When it comes to my 30th birthday, I would want a day to do whatever I want. A day to get a pedicure, massage, and maybe shop by myself. I have four kids, so it can be hard to get out and away from everyone. I sure do love my kids, but a day away from my every day responsibilities would be pure heaven.
What’s Your Birthday Wish? Make sure you check out this book! It makes an awesome birthday gift for someone in your life. I believe this book is good for adults or kids. It’s a fun loving book about laughing! An adventure in Gigglyville is what every person needs.
Judy Egett (J.E.) Laufer was a kindergarten teacher for over a decade and has always been inspired by the boundless imaginations of children. Her first picture book, Where Did Papa Go?, helps children who are grieving to cope with the loss of a loved one, and she’s the recipient of the World Society of Poets’ Golden Poet Award. Laufer believes that most often happiness is a choice, so young and old, we should try always go to bed with a smile and maybe you will wake up laughing. A mother, wife and active member of her local community, she currently resides in the Southwest.