Love this face. This is pure shock and awe!
When I finally got it lit, it was hurry sing and blow before the wind blows it out.
The cupcakes were good and everyone was happy. That is my kind of party
Vaughn and I were not going to foot the 170.00 bill for one of these when Tyson started asking for one 2 years ago. So...we made a deal with him. If he could save 100.00 dollars then we would pay for the rest. I never imagined that he would be able to save it, but he did. He saved every allowance he got, all his birthday money, good grades money, and any money he found on the ground to make that hundred dollar mark. We were so proud of him that we were glad to pay for the other half of the gaming system. I think that when a child works for something they truly want, they appreciate it more and will take care of it.
Side Note: Today during his party, Tyson gave away his bag of candy, which he got from the pinata to a boy who wasn't fast enough to pick up any from off of the ground. I shed a little tear. He is so generous of all that he has and doesn't want to see anyone go without. He is always praying for the boys and girls in the armed services and those children who don't have a mom or dad. Those are his exact words. And that is not something we have told him to say, he just started saying it on his own one night. He amazes me!