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November 10, 2009



Oh, my goodness! How utterly spectacular! Your house is just gorgeous, and you really pulled out all the stops for this party. It's so fantastic, what a lucky little boy. Happy birthday!


That was quite the party! SUPER cute decorations! The cookies...wow. I never would have had the patience for those.


dude, that is CRAZY!

Erin Compton

Your attention to detail is incredible! You've never worked as a designer for Martha Stewart or something have you? That party looks straight out of a magazine feature! Your kids are soooo lucky!

One Crafty Mumma

oh my goodness - best birthday party ever! Totally gorgeous - I just sent your blog link to my friend, she would love this for her little boy. I can't wait to see part 2 :)


I've said it before, but the kids are so lucky to have you as a mom! What amazing memories your are making for them!

j. caroline

Okay, so now you are doing my children's birthday parties AND their Halloween costumes.


Oh. My. Goodness.
I'm speechless! It looks like a party from a magazine!


This is AMAZING. You hit that perfect blend of crafty/cute while still being very much all boy. Luckiest kids ever.


HOLY holy holy... You know how to throw a party and do it right!!! lol

This is seriously, AMAZING! :D


Awesome party! Love all the little details!


WOW! This is absolutely beautiful! So amazing and creative and executed phenomenally. Your idea to have a backhoe there is genius.


I want you to have a party for me. LOL


Awesome details!!


Can I tell you how awesome your party is? I would love to share with my readers, if that is ok?

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