9.08.2012

Choo Choo Broke

The cake was a hit until it was time to eat it. Jack is absolutely beside himself. He keeps saying "choo choo broke."  I'm not sure if he will ever forgive me.



2 birthday parties in one weekend.  Ella Friday, Jack tonight.  I'm pooped!

16 comments:

  1. That, is an amazing looking cake! I bet it was delish.


    Happy Birthday Jack!
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  2. Happy Birthday, Jack!

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  3. that is too cute!! i'm so glad lucy is doing so well you could be there for those special events. i hope jack will find another choo choo that isn't broken! haha

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  4. we learned to be careful with character things at a birthday party once where they had a piñata of Dora. It was really cute until it was time to smash it. Half the kids started crying and screaming (including my CiCi). I knew then that I could never have a piñata or a cake of any kind of character.
    It is an awesome cake though. Glad Jack had a wonderful birthday.

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  5. Awe, what a sweet story! My now 14 year old son loved Thomoas when he was that age.

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  6. You guys are the party people!!! I love it!!! I'm glad you all had fun!!! I had to laugh at little Jack but poor baby boy with the choo choo broke and all!!! I hope the presents made up for that!! I can imagine how exhausted you are but I hope you have some awesome pictures and memories!! Please give Ella and Jack a BIG Birthday hug from me and Lucy one from me too just for being Lucy!!! Love, Jenn xo

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  7. That cake is so cute! Happy Birthday Jake! :) Praying for your family!!

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  8. Aw, poor Jack! But happy birthday to your beautiful boy!

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  9. Happy Birthday Jack, You are one handsome little boy!!! Kate did you make that cake ? It is so cute but alot of work. I made a birthday cake like that for my son and had his party outside , went to get plates and the neighbors dog ate 1/2 of it before it had a slice cut out of it. HA, Ya I was pretty upset.. It took me 3 hours to make it. You need a much needed vaca.

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  10. Wow - lots of fun birthday's to celebrate. The "choo choo broke" reminds me of the time when our daughters were not school age yet - and we were play "clue" for the first time - what possessed us to play with clue with them - is beyond me - but anyway - that is what we were doing - and one of the girls ended up being the "murderer" and cried and cried and was so upset - "I'm not a murderer...". It was awful. We didn't play Clue for a long time after that. Jack loving his cake is precious!

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  11. Happy Birthday Jack and Ella. Love the cake (:

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  12. I'm sorry for Jack but that story made me laugh. A lot. Happy Birthdays to Jack and Ella!

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  13. Happy birthday to Jack and Ella!
    My daughter at age 15 still brings up that I broke Barbies legs for her cake. A bunt cake makes a great gown but does require Barbie to loose her legs. It makes a great story for years to come.
    I am so blessed to read your blogs. I get excited to here they next piece of the story every time I see an update.
    Keep praising God for everything he will carry you.

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  14. That is SO sad and at the same time funny ;) I remember we learned the hard way with my nephew, we had (his favorite character) Elmo party! He loved Elmo, but NOT so thrilled about the pinata of Elmo. After he watched on in terror as everyone was beating Elmo, THEN we threw Elmo in the trash (since he was all torn and shredded), my nephew (2 yrs. old) TRIED to rescue Elmo pieces from the trash :( Oh it was sad.
    Live and learn! :)

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  15. What an awesome cake, I can see why he'd be so upset. I get the birthday exhaustion too, I have 5 birthdays from Feb to March #partyseason in our home.

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  16. Awwwww! My 14 year old 175 lb football player loved Thomas.

    Happy belated birthday to Jack and Ella.

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