He even made his own guest list. He had a clear idea of who he wanted to come (both friends and family) and wow, did he want a lot of people there! We had fifty people descend on our house for Hank's big celebration and I was panicking about how I was going to keep all twenty children occupied and how much food I needed to adequately feed all those people. Turns out, I needn't have worried.
I'm lucky enough to have really helpful family in town who are more than happy to bring food or other party essentials. Thanks again, family, for all of your help! You know who you are. ;)
Hank had a blast. All of his favorite people were there, his favorite food es served (mac and cheese and fruit salad), and he had a huge bounce house with a slide in it. Oh, not to mention chocolate cake with Legos on it.
|Quite the pile of presents.|
|Bouncing on Daddy's shoulders is always more fun than doing it on your own.|
|I think he liked his cake.|
|Johnny did too.|
|Aunt Lisa and cousin Jack. It's a little blurry, but this is the best one of the set I took.|
|The kids were giggling and squealing so loudly when Uncle Dylan and Aunt Lindsay got in the bounce house with them. It was SO CUTE.|
|Tired birthday boy reading his card with Uncle Scott.|