There’s something just so special about Curtis Stone, Lindsay Price and their two beautiful boys.
No matter what photo you see, they are having a ball and loving life.
We’ve all grown to know and love Curtis Stone for his friendly, down to earth cooking style, his big cheesy grins on Coles ads and for the lucky ones who’ve been to the restaurant ‘Maude’ named for Curtis’ Grandmother, you may have been there on a night Curtis was flashing around the kitchen getting your order to your table.
Lindsay Price has graced the small screen for years; winning hearts in Beverly Hills 90210 and then later in Lipstick Jungle with Brooke Shields. She’s gorgeous, she’s a little bit quirky but most of all her beautiful personality shines through every photo she posts.
Curtis and Lindsay met on a blind date in 2009; the rest is a beautiful story that lands at now with two beautiful little boys.
Hudson was born November 2011, the couple married in 2013 and then the newest member Emerson Spencer arrived in 2014. Exactly a year ago.
Such a beautiful little boy with a love of life and quite clearly loved to the moon and back by his parents and big brother.
To celebrate, Curtis and Lindsay decided to forget baby blue and go all out. They threw a reggae-themed party wearing matching tie-dyed T-shirts. The Bob Marley song “One Love” was the party’s go to tune. AWWWW … SO CUTE.
When posting to Instagram, Lindsay writes …
the happiest baby in the world had the happiest, ‘don’t worry be happy’ one love themed 1st birthday party ever.
Lindsay was then quick to post another beautiful pic of Hudson in HIS tie-dyed shirt – just to show that it really was a theme for the whole family for the whole party!
And was the cake tie-dyed too? Well we know that the pavlova with a strawberry heart wasn’t Emerson’s birthday cake (even though it looks beautiful) but we’re guessing would have made sure it was on theme; there would have been loads of colour, swirls and a whole lot of ‘one love’!
Have fun Curtis, Lindsay, Hudson & Emerson. You’re a beautiful family.
p.s. Where did you get those awesome shirts? We want some!
What theme did you have for your child’s first birthday party? Anyone else ever done a reggae-theme?
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