First of all, let me say I did nothing for this party but share a few ideas. I was probably in bed waiting for chemo effects to go away (they always do) the entire time they worked on this. My mom and sister-in-law deserve all the credit, a long with all the people who came and monitored the TEN toddlers.
|His cake. The truck candles were found at Hobby Lobby.|
|We had the party at my brother's house. Glad they had the next 2 weeks off to recover!|
|The dirt pudding was my favorite. For someone who has lost 50 pounds and can barely eat, it was shocking how many dirt puddings I could devour.|
|Each child got a hat, an apron from Home Depot, and a container to use as a stool, or to later put candy in.|
|This was a huge huge hit, my mom found a cardboard house for the kids to color with WASHABLE markers. I wish I had a better picture. There were some older siblings there who especially loved it, but even the youngest tot added details.|
|All the games and this boy decides to play with the caution tape.|
|We put Lincoln Logs and trucks in a swimming pool.|
|This was a later picture of extras we gave away. The lunch box looking things were the favor boxes filled with little goodies.|
Even though it was cold and rainy outside, the party inside was a HUGE success. 3 weeks later B still talks about it. And thankfully I was having a great day, although people did notice I was tired. I spent most of the party sitting with a blanket over me taking bad pictures. But I did make it outside, under the carport, for the piñata. Thanks mom, for making this day so special.
"Even broken crayons can still color." -??