The cast came off!
Her ankle still hurts a bit, from a month of not being used.
Crutches for a week or so, still but no more cast!
We’re having her birthday party today — finally!
Her birthday was on 9 February, but that was a week after school started and it just didn’t work!.
Made her a South Park inspired cake.
Don’t kick the baby!!
I love to bake and decorate birthday cakes for my kids (and other people’s kids too). It was my son’s 7th birthday last Friday so it’s good timing, really.
Here are a few of the cakes I’ve made over the years (in absolutely zero chronological order). First, the 2 cakes for Aidan’s birthday.
A purple monster for the purple party of a little boy who loooooooooooooves purple.
A 7 for school on Friday.
Aidan’s 4th birthday cake, a PPG cake, bright yellow inside. We had a yellow party.
A rocketship, with Pluto
Cake inspired by the one in the movie Coraline, but with a rainbow inside, for Eloise’s 7th birthday.
Aidan asked for a treasure map cake for his 5th birthday. We obliged and had a lot of fun decorating the cake.
Eloise turned 2. My first ever icing of a cake…
Girl turned 8 and demanded a TARDIS.
So easy to make, so impressive on the table!
My wife needed a cake for a story in pictures for one of her assignments last year.
I also love baking chocolate chip oat cookies and making pizza, from scratch. I have a quick and easy recipe for pizza dough, that doesn’t require rising, tastes yummy and doesn’t go soggy. The pizza in this photo was bacon & feta.
If you want to see more of the cakes, click on the link to the Facebook album, right here