Bobby and Gus have birthdays that are two weeks apart, and all the same friends and all the same interests, so for the last couple of years, they've shared a birthday party. It's following close on the heels of Frankie's moustache birthday party, but the new baby is due on the 27th, so I figured we'd better get this party in sooner rather than later.
Last year they had a hobbit party. It was adorable. This year, they wanted . . . a zombie party. So that's what they got.
|LOOK OUT, ZOMBIE CAKE!|
My oldest, Jack (11), likes planning and throwing parties as much as I do, and, let's face it, I'm awfully pregnant, so he and I split up the duties for this party. I did the cake and the food, he did the decorating and the games. (Have I mentioned how awesome it is to have big kids?)
So . . . here's how it went down.
|Yes, we let him spray paint.|
Green Zombie Salad
Watermelon Zombie Brain
Return of the Living Veggie Straws
|Guests were encouraged to come dressed as a zombie or a survivor. And they did. It was pretty awesome. Jack had a table set up by the front door to pass out treats and weapons appropriate to each side.|
|Dirt, worms, head, a hand for each boy. Definitely zombie, but not too scary. It was red velvet inside (obviously).|
|Jack made the pinata from papier mache, because it's hard to find a brain pinata. It lasted through the entire line of twenty kids and the oldest kid in line finally brought it down!|
What I Wore
|It's not every day you throw a zombie apocalype birthday party while nine months pregnant.|
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