4-year-old convinces Zachary classmates to have a Drew Brees birthday party
ZACHARY – A four-year-old Saints super fan convinced his class to celebrate Drew Brees’ 40th birthday this week.
Warren and his classmates at Zachary First United Methodist’s Little School celebrated Brees' birthday and enjoyed a Saints decorated cake. Warren asked for the celebration, his mom tweeted Tuesday with a message “Happy Birthday Drew!”
Warren’s mom, Melissa, said the party was in Ms. Danielle's Pre-K 4 class at the school.
Brees is relishing his 40th – the Saints are one win away from being Super Bowl-bound.
Happy Birthday Drew! 4 year old fan Warren requested to celebrate your 40th birthday with his class today, complete with Saints decorated cake! Who Dat! Beat those Rams! @drewbrees @TheEllenShow @Saints @FOX8NOLA pic.twitter.com/lDLkstNGla— Melissa Brumbaugh (@mmfennell16) January 15, 2019
Earlier this week, "he... asked if he could bring cupcakes to his class to have a birthday party for Drew," Melissa told WBRZ. But, that's not all: "Warren has also requested that we throw a Saints football party to watch the game on Sunday."
Melissa said her son is an avid Saints fan and makes the family listen to Saints-themed music on their way to school in the morning.
The family was able to attend both the Browns and the Falcons games this season.
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