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Birthday Bonanza

It’s possible that the following statement doesn’t shock you as much as it shocks me, but…


Blows. Me. Away.

Just moments ago, my sweet boy looked like this…


I blinked and he grew up.

As you might be aware, my boy is…unique:). The theme of his birthday party? Thomas the Train? Nope. Bob the Builder? Who’s that?

His birthday party theme was geography.


We decorated with flags from different countries. And we did our best to make food not only from different countries, but we tried to make said food look like flags. Yes, I’m one of those moms…


In addition to mini pizzas made to look like Italian flags, there was lefse (Norwegian flatbread), Italian Sodas and NY Cheesecake (thanks, Unk C!)


And of course, a party isn’t a party without a veggie tray modeled after the Ghana flag…


Dutch Apple Pie is the obvious choice for dessert .

There was musical chairs set to “50 Nifty United States”, followed by a rousing game of “Pin the State on the Map”-


And some quality time with the fam.


We all had a great time!


I’m just hoping next year’s theme isn’t algebra. Although, dessert would be easy…


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8 responses »

  1. Wow that is awesome party idea!
    Love the italian pizzas 🙂
    Happy birthday to your little man! They do grow up so quickly hey!

  2. Happy Birthday to your little guy 🙂 I have never seen/heard of this sort of theme before. Love it!!! It’s just so creative.

  3. healthydivaeats

    How cute!! Happy 4th birthday to him! His party looked fab, you did a great job!!

  4. That theme is awesome. Very creative.


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