Henry turned 3 last Friday and he had his birthday party on Saturday.
All Henry wanted for his birthday was a Tractor Cake.
Instead of carving a cake into the shape of a tractor, I decided to go the route of giving him a new tractor on his cake.
[Maybe with a little coaxing from his Uncle.]
For some fun at the party, my Mom and I made PlayDoh for the kids to play with.
[And enough for each kid to take one home too!]
I set out tractors, wagons, and all sorts of machinery
for the kids to use in the PlayDoh.
I also set out popsicle sticks (the kind with notches so you can build something),
toothpicks, and some cookies cutters and rolling pins.
For lunch we had a field sack lunch:
Deli sandwiches wrapped in baggies
Cut veggies in baggies
Veggie Dip in baby food containers
Cut fruit in baggies
Fruit Dip in baby food containers
Snack size bag of chips
Instead of paper plates,
I used white paper sacks.
[we have them readily available from the bakery]
Cleanup was a breeze!
We even got a quick family snapshot taken!
[These are very hard to come by here!]
Check out the Birthday Wreath Henry and I made together, too!