Chugga-Chugga, Choo-Choo, My Baby Boy is Two!
My baby boy is 2! His birthday fell on a weekend this year, so I figured what better way to celebrate his actual birthday then to spend the day with family and friends in a supped-up play date. If I was going to create a special day for my son, it had to be full of things he loved - and my son loves trains! He gets so excited for choo-choo trains, and I couldn't wait for him to see what I had planned for his birthday! (Although I discovered Pinterest while I was already well into my planning…
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Thomas The Train Party With Free Printables!
Chugga-chugga! Choo-choo! Hello everyone! Remember how I'd been working on Mikaeel's second birthday party? Well, it has been more than a month but I am so happy to finally be sharing it (mind you the post has lots of pictures with printable FREEBIES at the end). But hey, you can easily pull off a similar train-themed birthday party for your kiddo's next birthday! :) My sister wanted to celebrate Mikaeel's 2nd birthday with a train-themed birthday party (we did Sesame Street on his first…
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Two of my boys' birthdays are just a month apart, with Christmas in between. While they're young (or until they start protesting) we are doing the combo birthday thing. They are turning 2 and 3 this year.....so I'm pretty sure they don't mind. They are both in love with Thomas the train and I didn't have time to do a large Thomas the tank engine cake with fondant and all of the works, so we opted for a simple but adorable cupcake train. We jazzed it up with a cheap "grass colored" tablecloth…
Thomas the Train party:trains made out of cardboard boxes using instructions from kevincooney.com. James & Thomas banners made using felt. Banner from Party City. RollerCoaster is from Walmart called Step2. I added a James face and used black duct tape to make tracks.