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Saturday, September 11, 2010

Double Birthday Party

William and David have birthdays a week a part. We moved William's birthday celebration up a week. Basically he planned most of it out himself. So you see what he planned; an airsoft tourney. William and Scott and 4 other boys actively played. David was happy that his babysitter Nate and Nate's little brother came over to hang out with him inside. I was kind of glad to have another responsible adult here. David is no longer "almost 7," "practically seven," or  "just about seven." He is seven.  Never in my life would have I imagined I'd be hosting an airsoft party. I am impressed how much the boys know about their weapons and equipment. I had a chance to speak to parents and make sure everyone knew what was going on.It looks to me like they all had a great time. They started by shooting targets on the dock and I saw they were responsible. Sigh. Honestly I think my kids are military bound. I am the mother of a US soldier and I don't know it yet. (Do black belts enter at a higher rank?)

The part of the party I planned was this birthday cake. I knew what I didn't want. I really don't like grocery store cake. You should have seen the smile on the boys face when I brought it home.William was especially grinning ear- to-ear. My friend  Gerrie owns S & S take out in downtown Ft. Pierce.  Everything they make is fresh, and local and/or organic.I knew it would be delicious for the boys.      I confess, I had a piece too and it wasn't just a strawberry AND then I finished David's piece. (But I did have my green smoothie and uncooked soup earlier today!)  Light airy, layered with strawberries, and huge! Topping was a whip cream base.

Everyone else licked their plates clean. It was so worth a special order cake. William requested all white with strawberries, in case you are wondering.

2 comments:

Cantor Debbi Ballard said...

Happy Birthday to the boys! So glad you all had a great time together! Please let them both know I said happy bday, and I'll be ready for their lesson on Wednesday!
Deb

Becky R said...

Happy Birthday to the boys! I wish we had a bakery that makes organic stuff. Yum!

Both our yougest are 7, yikes no more little ones (although maybe one day I will have more.)

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