On Saturday we had Boston's Birthday Party (or good behavior leverage) or what ever you want to call it. I made the mistake of letting him get on pinterest with me to look for ideas. The problem with Boston is that when he has an idea he HAS to make it happen. So with our busy schedule it called for a lot of late nights and a lot of help from Grandma D. Boston couldn't decide between a Lego or super hero party so we kinda combined it to be a Lego superhero party. Ha.
Some of the details. Lego Happy Birthday banner, Cup cakes with chocolate Lego mold guys on top, Marshmallow Lego face Pops. I can't believe I didn't get better pictures, but to fit in the superhero theme I made everyone little capes with a Lego brick on the back with their names on it. Also not pictures were the party favor bags. I got Lego bags from the Lego store and filled them with a Lego magazine, A Lego people coloring book I made, Lego mold chocolate candies, Lego brick candies, and Lego mold crayons which I about pulled my hair out making. Everything turned out pretty cute.
We played some games to help Professor Brickenbrack fix some things down at the Lego factory. I forgot that kids only have a 10 minute attention span so it was kinda crazy.
Then we opened presents. It's so fun to see the kids get SO excited about the gift they brought. Everyone thought everything was so cool it was so cute.
Here is all the gang. They loved the Lego building game and were very proud to show off their tall towers. Pizza and the dessert were quite the hit. It was so much fun to watch Boston with his friends and have a couple hours all about him.
We stressed quite a bit about having it at our house with Carter home, but Grandma D did a good job keeping him in hiding. You better believe we wiped the house down real good after. =)