See this guy? He’s my resident scientist/archeologist. He loves all things having to do with biology as well as historical artifacts. He devours nonfiction books like some read comic books. So it was no surprise that he asked for another whale shaped birthday cake last month. Last year he also had a whale cake. And […]
Don’t you just love birthday cakes?! My first “fun” birthday cake was a Big Mac. Really, it was. I was a spoiled only child for several years and somewhere in that time period, I got a special birthday party at McDonalds, complete with a hamburger shaped cake. Too cool. After that, it was hit and […]
I don’t think we even had kids when we saw the first Toy Story. And I think FishBoy13 was about 2 when we took him to see Toy Story 2 at the theatre. He was terrified. Obviously, we cared more about the story than he did. But, the Toy Story films have been near and […]
For the past few years, I’ve hosted a very fun event called The Birthday Cake Round-Up. Twice a year readers get a chance to show off the creative birthday cakes they’ve made for their children. And I’ve made some pretty fun ones, too, sometimes just for this occasion. For the curious, check out past round-ups: […]
Our family is currently in the midst of Birthday Season. We have four birthdays take place in about three weeks’ time. It gets a little crazy around here. And my birthday cake mojo definitely gets a workout. But, it’s good times, nonetheless. Here are some birthday traditions that we’ve found to be really fun: A […]
My littlest FishBoy turned six last week. And although he was dressed as Indiana Jones by 8 am that morning, he chose not to have an Indian Jones Birthday Cake as he has for the past two years. Two years ago it was the an abandoned temple and last year, it had to be snakes.
No, instead he asked for a Death Star Birthday Cake this year.
Wondering how to put together a fun and festive birthday cake that doesn’t cost a fortune? You can totally do this on your own! I’m guest posting on DIY Birthday Cakes over at Getting Freedom.
Meet my little brother. I was 13, almost 14 years old when he was born, so in some ways I feel like he was my first kid. People did mistake him for mine. But, no, he’s just my bro.
Jace is a great guy: loves God, loves the outdoors, loves my kids. (And, yes, he’s single.)