Pai: Is everything on the table that needs to be on the table?
Me: I’m happy.
Hank: Amália needs a water glass.
Pai: Okay, anything else?
Pai: (returning with said water glass) Great, now we can start the birthday!
Hank: Happy birthday, mom.
Me: Thanks, buddy.
Molly: It your birthday?
Me: Yes, today is my birthday, Ms. Molly MaGoo.
Molly: (pouting) Awe, I want it my birthday, too! Share?
Me: You would like me to share my birthday with you?
Molly: (perks up) YAH!
Me: Well, I’d be honored. Happy Unbirthday, Amália!
Pai: Happy Un-Birthday, filha (daughter)!
Hank: (whispers in my ear) But mom, do you think it is a good idea to make her think it is also her birthday, I mean, this is your day.
Me: Trust me, it’s perfectly fine. Today is also your unbirthday.
Hank: Wait, un-birthday? (catching on) Ohhhh.
Me: (winking at him, singing) Aaaaaaaaaa very merry unbirthday to you!
Molly: To me?
Me: Yes, you! (turning to Hank) A very merry unbirthday to you!
Hank: There is a song for this?
Me: (singing) Now blow the candle out my dear and make your wish come true!
Hank: Is this a real song or are you making it up?
Me: (big finish) A MERRY MERRY UNBIRTHDAY TO YOOOUUUUUUEUEUEU!
Pai: Haven’t we learn yet that with your mother there is always a song.