My baby boy turned 2 years old last week. I can't begin to describe how quickly it is going for this little boy. I think Ethan's first 2 years seemed to go slightly slower (still quick, but not warp speed like the past 2 years have gone!). We celebrated his birthday on Friday as a small family by going to Sky Walk Trampoline Park (Totally Awesome!) and then naps. Saturday was the party where we invited family and some friends.first birthday was awesome, if you ask me). But then I got started, made a plan, and started getting ready. And believe it or not, I came out at about 120 dollars, including food.
I loved the table. I bought a stack of fun paper from JoAnns when they were on sale for half off (best deal. . . ever!) and that played the center for it. I used my cricut and cut out every single letter (I must have messed up on o, because we didn't even know it was missing until we were hanging it up and at 1:00 am, we just wanted to go to bed). For food, I did caramel popcorn, Funfetti popcorn, ABC cookes (Trader Joe's), Chips and Guac, spinach dip, and artichoke dip, plus a veggie platter, some candy and goldfish.
To give the kiddos something to do, I bought foam letters and let them glue them to construction paper and made some kool-aid play dough for them to cut letters out with.
And here is my sweet, little 2 year old! Happy Birthday to him!
Thanks for letting me share my baby's birthday with you. I still can't believe that I did it for about 120 dollars. Ethan has already picked his theme and I have already started getting ideas. . . because I have to stick to a low budget once again. Enjoy your 3 day weekend! I have a yummy treat coming soon. . . don't worry. :)