K turns 2! Sesame Street Party!!

K's invites. They were made by  Just Click Print on Etsy.

As you can tell this year we celebrated K's birthday Sesame Street style !
Our house is currently undergoing some renovations so we had his party at the neighborhood clubhouse.
Are you ready for pictures galore ?!

 K's cake.
 It didn't turn out exactly as I had planned but it made up for it in taste!

The party brought to you by the letter K and number 2!

The food table.
We forgot to take a pic with all the food on it though !
We served all types of fruit and veggies with dip, cheese, deviled eggs, pasta salad, and even had a sandwich making station.

 Cookie monster shared some of his cookies.
Elmo's friend Dorothy shared her fishy crackers too!

 My sister found some cute little Sesame Street "buildings" on eBay.
The kids had a blast going in and out of them.

K loved his Elmo shirt. He had a fit when it was time to take it off for bath.

A few toddler friendly games:
Oscar's trash toss and fishin' for Ernie's rubber duckies!
and pin the nose on Elmo!

and they actually played with them !

 more decorations...

 My husband's coworker let us use his cotton candy machine for the day.

 I think it was a hit!

                    Sweet little Ipolito                                            K's "Pa Pa" and "Paw Paw"

  You don't have to be young to have fun!

Time to blow out the candle!

This boy loves cake !
Can you tell !?

K's grandmothers  "Meme" and "Wela"

 friends and family

The kids working off some of that cotton candy outside. ;)

Party favor bags I made.

Lots of goodies to take home.
Crayons, Elmo note pad, bubbles, stickers, candy filled Elmo heads, noise makers...

Family pics.
Thanks Carol and my sister Maria for the pics!
Happy Birthday to our "Baby K"
We Love you!!
 Thanks to all that came out to celebrate with us!

Homemade playdough

K's ECI teacher came over the other day and she taught us how to make homemade play dough!

 He loved helping pour and mix all the ingredients in.

He got to pick the color he wanted to use.

Time to cut out our shapes. "Tars!"

two toddler thumbs up!

Microwave Playdough

Mix :   1 cup flour
           1/2 cup salt
           2 tsp cream of tartar

Add:    1 cup water
            1 Tbsp vegetable oil
            food coloring

Microwave for 1 minute
Stir again
Microwave 1- 1 1/2 minutes more
Knead and play!

Store in airtight container or ziplock bag. Playdough will last for months!!

Talk about what comes next as you mix the ingredients. Let your child choose the color of the playdough and count how many drops of food coloring. Have fun!!

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