Ok, not really metal - but we had fun mixing the colors for the frosting,and the blue-grey we created was absolutely 'stainless steel'!
This was our private party at home, just the family.
And a family of turned-wood people too.
Party at the club. Brian shared a BIG birthday bash at the club with the daughter of a friend, who shares his birthday.
When we booked this train set for the party, we thought we were getting giant Legos with push-power trains. We were surprised, and the kids were thrilled, when we found out the trains actually had battery-powered motors in them.
I think we need to get one of these things, take out all the furniture in one of the bedrooms, and inflate it inside - permanently! Then, when the kids need a little 'bouncing off the walls time', they can have it. (we could just throw in a few blankets at night when they get worn out.)
We had a beautiful, warm, January day for the party. Almost hot! It was definitely a great day for an outdoor party.
After cake, it was time for the magic show. Brian and his best pals were right in the middle of things.
Both Birthday kids made out like bandits. Superheros and Princesses galore. I absolutely loved the pictures I got of Brian and his friends opening the packages together. The boys were inseparable the whole day.
One Happy Birthday boy!
Misty has been known to play along with many games - this is a new one though.
Misty sat very still and patiently to get his 'hair' done. I guess he knew that Honor was not very good at clipping barettes - she did manage to get a couple to stay in his fur.
Who is teaching who?
Ramses has found something of particular interest.