Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Blow Out the Candles!

Group photo!


This year we celebrated Easton's 2nd and Parker's 4th Birthday at the First Baptist Church in Hendersonville!  They have a huge play-place and party room, and the kids all seem to really enjoy it there!  It was such a fun, stress free party!  The attendants do anything and everything you need!  I didn't even have to set up the decorations!  And...it was very inexpensive!  Parker is really into Angry Birds, and Easton loves Mickey Mouse.  Even though they share the party, we try to do their own themes and cakes to make it feel special.  The party was from 9am-11am.  I was worried that this would be too early, but it was wonderful!  The kids were all fresh and ready for fun.  We had coffee and bagels from Panera for the adults, and cake and ice cream of course for all!   I really think I will do early parties from here on out!
We forgot to take a picture
of the cakes, but here is a little
shot as they were being served. 
 Parker's is on the right, but the
 angry birds have already been
removed!  Oh well!
Papa and Parker!

Gavin and Garrett!

Amy, Kristen, and Marcie...
(girls from our small group).

Cousin Jacob!

Cousin Houston!

Friends Hudson and Miley!

Houston and Cousin Nathan! 
Nathan doesn't look too
 happy here, but I promise he had fun!



Friend Boston swinging away!

Friend London!  Pretty Smile!

Aunt Rachel and Easton!

Nathan!  See!  I told you he had fun!

Friend Rylee...

Parker and Boston!

Say "cheese"!

Marcie and me!


Getting ready to blow out
the candles!

Closest picture to a family photo!  I am really making sure that they don't put there hands or face in the cake!


Parker eating ice cream!

Rylee and Amy!

Where's my cake?

We decided that it would be too hectic to open gifts for two at the party.  We took them back to the house and opened them there.  The boys got great things and had a wonderful time!  It really was nice opening things calmly.

Smile!


At last year's party, we did a pinata.  Parker loved the idea, but hated that he was not the one to bust it open.  For the rest of the year, if I mentioned the boy's name that did bust it, Parker would say.  "Zachary broke my pinata".  So...I figured, since it was their special day...I'd get a pinata just for them.  And...guess what!  Parker busted it after about 15 minutes of trying!  It was the strongest $10 pinata I have ever seen!  Now...when Easton starts to care about being the one to bust it open, I guess I'll have to buy 2 pinatas!  My Spoiled little boys!
Easton taking a swing!

Parker taking a shot!


They day was absolutely wonderful!  My only regret is not getting a family picture!  We really are so thankful for all of our friends and family, and are especially happy that everyone got to share in their special day!  Nothing makes a day better than sharing it with those we love!

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