This was the beginning of the obstacle course. They had to make a smoke screen (smoke bombs) to keep the bad guys from being able to see them.
This was HQ where the kids got ready with face paint.
We even had Woody show up in case we go to war with Indians.
I am sure we would scare the Taliban into submission.
Victoria showing us her "soldier face."
This is Mick's cake that I baked. I know it's not professional, but I thought it was pretty cool.
It's that time again........time to plan for weeks for a party that is over and forgotten about real fast. Time to crash in exhaustion after the party is over for about 3 hours. It's time also to realize how much your child has grown and to be proud of him, but also feel a little sad all at the same time.
Mick wanted an Army party for his 6th birthday. We had camo face painting, an obstacle course, a tug-o-war, a rescue mission game, and of course, cake and ice cream. I think it went well. Mick was happy with it, so that's all that matters.