I designed Parker's invitation in Photoshop and then had them printed at Costco. There were two invitations on one 5x7 print, so I could cut them in half. They ended up costing about 20 cents each, much cheaper than buying invitations.
|P's birthday invitation.|
I made Parker's cupcake toppers with Thomas cardboard cutouts I found from Michaels. All I needed was some red and blue card stock paper, toothpicks and some hot glue. Then I used some of his train tracks and a couple of his trains to add a little extra.
(Notice P's Halloween costume on the table, made for good decoration)
|Pretty sure we probably could have just given him balloons and he would have been happy.|
|Thanks for my new 4-Wheeler Grandpa!|
|Choo Choo I'm 2!|
|Listening to everyone singing Happy Birthday to him|
|This was right after Parker put out his candle with his fingers. I think I scared him when I grabbed his hand to make sure he was ok. He was fine and it was actually kind of funny.|
|Parker loved opening presents! He wasn't too interested in what was inside, he just liked opening everything.|
|Opening his new golf clubs from his Uncle Marcus.|
Chris was pretty excited about this present.
|Getting some help from Thatcher|
|Had to go try out his new clubs.|
What 2 year old doesn't need their own set of golf clubs?
Cheers to the Terrific Twos!