This year when I was talking about birthday plans with my oldest, we gave him the option of having a party or going skiing. He picked skiing, which is fantastic. We were more than happy to try something new with the kids and especially because he wanted to do it so badly. Unfortunately, he got sick as soon as we got there, and missed going skiing.
I also know that this time in our lives is fleeting. Birthdays are a reminder that our kids (and all of us) are getting older by the second, and I just couldn’t skip the party. I can see that there is a limited number of birthday parties left before the kids are too cool to have their parents involved in birthday celebrations so while I can I am going to celebrate. Continue reading
I love to entertain, and I am often looking for any opportunity to throw a party. Logan had 2 birthday parties for his second birthday, one with family and one with friends. I know that throwing parties can be a lot of work, and some people just groan at the thought of throwing one. But it’s not work when you really enjoy the preparation and the party planning. In truth Logan’s birthday was just another reason to get friends together and have a chat, get caught up and have a bite to eat.
Logan is learning to speak and is putting words together in an attempt to communicate in sentences. Pulling a party theme from his common words and phrases we came up with a woof woof puppies theme. Food consisted of hot dogs, smokies in crescent rolls, chips, veggies, and plums from the yard. It wouldn’t be a party with out Happy Cupcakes which were also dog themed. For the doggie bags I made the kids dog ears, and puppy treats (malt balls). There were also balloons dog themed of course.
Dog themed cupcakes and dog dish cake
Sasha with his dog ears
Logan modelling his dog ears
Logan and his happy cupcakes
Pictures of the Logan and his friends at the party.