This guy loves trucks so his birthday just had to be truck themed. We kept things VERY simple, but still had fun. I loved making his cake this year. SO easy. It was made of two cakes so we could eat part with the family on Thursday and save part for his friend party on Friday.
On Evan's actual birthday, which was on a Thursday this year, we went to therapy, had a family dinner, opened presents, blew out candles, and ate cake. Following tradition, he got his one mylar balloon (no latex for this kiddo) and he got to choose his favorite meal for dinner (homemade lasagna). Isaiah's childhood birthday tradition also included getting to ride in the front seat of the car, but I opted out of that one for my little guy.
|This is a pretty accurate depiction of his feelings towards the candles, but he did eventually blow them out, with a little help from mama.|
On Friday Evan had two friends (and Maya) over for a "party." I hesitate to call it a party because it was basically just two friends coming over to play with trucks. I thought Evan would like it that way, seeing how he's not the most social kid ever. There were cars coloring pages, toy diggers in beans in the sensory table, and lots of toy trucks. And the handsomest little two year old in the whole world.
|Good luck getting all four to look at the same time|
|Filling in the middle--sliced strawberries mixed with strawberry glaze|