Happy Birthday Baby Boy.


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4 years ago today, God blessed me with you little one.

8lbs 2oz of pure joy.
I love you more than words could ever say and am so very thankful that God has entrusted you to your daddy and me.
May you know today, and every day, that you are loved by so many and most importantly,
by God who wants so much for you to love Him in return and to put your trust in Him.

So, today we celebrate the day you were born…

Happy Birthday Andrew David Proffitt!

Here is a little peak into Andrew’s birthday celebration that took place earlier this week.
Welcome to the Scooter Party!

I pretty much used every idea (including ‘sweet scooters’ and a ‘scooter parade’) from this post,
putting my own twist on the printed materials.

{Billy’s Vanilla, Vanilla Cake with Vanilla Buttercream Icing via Martha Stewart}

The birthday boy riding his birthday scooter, leading the little parade around the block to the pool.

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Hot Dogs with Chili, Chicken Salad (for those who may not be too excited about hot dogs,) French Fries, Chips, and Fruit Salad

Lemonade, Water, 100% juice Capri Suns.

For dessert, I made the vanilla cake with vanilla frosting pictured above and served vanilla fudge ripple ice cream as well.


1. Eat & play.

2. “Make your own sweet scooter” as see from this post. We used mini Oreos, Vienna Fingers, mini pretzel rods, mini pretzel sticks, and icing as the glue. (Beware to get a thick icing… my homemade icing was too thin and the ‘handlebars’ kept falling down.)

3. We decorated everyone’s bikes and scooters with ribbon, streamers, and balloons. Then we all went on a “Birthday Parade” through the neighborhood to the pool.

Squirt guns to use later at the pool!

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The party was an absolute blast! The kids had so much fun, especially the birthday boy! Huge success.

Thank you so much Hostess With the Mostess for the great idea!

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