Today is Daddy’s birthday.
The title translates to “Daddy, may you live to grow so old that you walk double over your walking stick!”
Daddy was born in South Africa. He is handsome. He loves Momma. He loves God. He tells me about God. He tries to obey what God says in the Bible.
He does good at work. He works on a jet engine.
He helps me learn things. He helped me learn to hammer. He helped me learn about jet engines. He let me help dig up the rocks in the front yard and make the swing set.
Here is different ways to say “Happy Birthday” and “I love you”. Can you guess where they are from? Thank you Oma, Opa, Uncle Phil, Grandpa, Great Grandma, Uncle John, and Auntie Beulah for sending me the notes on how to say the different sayings.
The languages to chose from are two from Zulu, Afrikaans, Greek, French, Spanish, Finnish, Polish, English, German and Swedish. The first line is “Happy Birthday” and the bottom line is “I love you!” (if they are not exactly right sorry about that. Please tell me how to fix it!)
- *Ukhule uze ukhokhobe –May you live to grow so old that you walk double over your walking stick!
- *Ilanga elimndandi kuwe!– “Happy Birthday to you!”
- *Grattis pÃ¥ fÃ¶delsedagen
- *jag Ã¤lskar dig
- *CumpleaÃ±os feliz
- Le amo
- *Wszystkiego najlepszego z okazji urodzin; the best on your birthday
- kocham ciÄ™
- *Bon anniversaire
- Je vous aime
- *HyvÃ¤Ã¤ syntymÃ¤pÃ¤ivÃ¤Ã¤minÃ¤ rakastan sinua
- *Happy birthday
- I love you
- *Xronia Pola!- “Many Happy Returns”
- *GlÃ¼cklicher Geburtstag
- ich liebe Dich
- *Veels geluk met jou verjaarsdag! “Congratulations on your birthday!”
- Ek is lief vir jou.
I love you Daddy! Happy Birthday!