Sunday, January 24, 2010

{Almost 8}


We had Carson's birthday party this last weekend...Mario & Luigi style!


Complete with pizza...(Mario and Luigi are Italian after all...)


And Mario/Luigi mustaches!


Carson's first swing at the Pinata...


Make that the first and only swing of the day....

Presents (aka who can get closest to the birthday boy).


Cupcakes! (My first attempt at fondant).


Little Ry liked 'em!


Thanks to my sister, Reese, who came down on her birthday to celebrate with Carson!  Happy Birthday Reese!


And then a night out on the town with just mom and dad!  Dinner at Ruby Tuesdays.






And Avatar in 3D!


His official birthday is tomorrow...more fun to come! Being 8 is a big deal!  Major things happening around here.

3 comments:

SuburbiaMom 9:33 AM  

Love your new layout! The cupcakes turned out great! Looks like a fun day. 8 is a big age, for sure!

Onjali and Todd 10:51 PM  

You always throws such great parties for your kids! hope Carson had a great birthday.

Darin and Melinda 8:08 PM  

What a fun birthday party!!! Seriously, why wasn't I invited :) Maybe because my presents are always late to your kids. Miss you guys!!!

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