Sunday, February 28, 2010

Choo choo birthday fun!

Great work by Aunty Bree to get her hands on the local sushi train sign - nothing we couldn't fix without a little creative license and a printer!

Gorgeous weather for the special day

Bouncy castle - so much fun (even for the adults, but shhh, don't tell anyone!)

Zara and big cousin Millie (sister of the guest of honour, Boston)

Zara and birthday boy Boston having some down time on the rug.
Check out those stunning silver sandals that little Z is sporting!

Gosh - they haven't done themselves justice in the photo, but these were my train fairy pikelets - chocolate and vanilla pikelets spread with jam, nutella and honey and then sprinkled to please the kids

Fab effort on the support trains by Aunty Kel and Uncle Mark - who ever knew that cake decorating was such a competitive sport!

The piece de resistance!

A very happy Bosi Bear!

Fabulous party favours - right on theme!
The Walker girls were at it again last weekend at a very lucky one year old Boston's birthday party in Waterloo, just out of Clare in country South Australia. I was tickled pink to be included in the fun as an honorary family member and was blown away by the efforts they all went to to put on a party like none the region has seen in a very long time!

From blow up castles, to Dora the Explorer swimming pools, it had everything a kid could dream for! Sand pit games, treasure hunts, swing sets and party food til the eye could see. Even the big kids were catered for with to-die-for homemade yiros wraps, drinks aplenty and lots of games to keep the kids out of trouble, and the parents at ease!

Dessert was the icing on the cake for me, with the kids over the moon with their dixie cups of vanilla icecream and bowlfuls of lolly mix ins. As for the adults, heavenly Golden North Giant Twins. Yum!

The hero of the day was the birthday cake - and boy, was it a winner! We were all up til late on Saturday night, watching Abby (aka hostess with the mostest) and her mum Carol (aka Boston's Nanny) painstakingly decorating the cake and bringing it to life. Popcorn smoke streams, Kit Kat roof and Curly Wurly chains - the imagination ran wild!

It truly was a gorgeous celebration - well done to Abby, Greg, Milly and Boston for throwing a magical day and thank you for opening your home to welcome me as a Walker wannabe!
PS. Thanks for the pics, Kelly!

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