I then made a tunnel on the other side. Big Cowpoke asked, "Is that train going to come out into the waterfall?" I told him to go away. I am by no means a pro at this cake making business.
That is it. Finished. The cake even has a finger print in it due to a really excited cowpoke. This picture makes it look like it was leaning a lot. I don't think it was leaning that much. Oh well. When the party guests arrived they all went to play on the slip and slide.
Crazy wild wet fun. Boys, that is all I have to say. I do not think a single girl went down that slip and slide. Just the boys. Then came the pinata. I am lazy and didn't get a stick. So, I picked the tallest child and he held the pinata up while the smaller kids pulled the strings.
Little Cowpoke was so very excited. He smiled all evening. I love pinatas. I love it when the candy falls out and the kids all rush to the piles of candy like they have not eaten in weeks. It's so much fun.
If you could only hear Little Cowpoke right then. He was so happy. He was so excited he was having trouble picking up candy. He just stood there jumping up and down. Then it was present time and the pure joy didn't stop. With every gift he opened he would say, "Dis is my favorite, it's awesome. I www-ove it!" Just look at his facial expressions, I love it!
He was so thrilled to be getting a bag of Hershey Kisses. Evey gift was opened and greeted with pure excitement.
After the gifting, it was time for Little Cowpoke to blow out the candles. I lit the candles and the wind blew them out right before we finished singing. He was so sad, so I quickly lit them again. That darn wind, trying to ruin Little Cowpoke's perfect day.
That is one happy boy. He had such a fun day. I wish I could bottle up all his happiness and keep it for ever! Happy Birthday Little Cowpoke!!
Today we had a rodeo and tomorrow I am going to visit my sister. So, my blogging will be sporadic this next week depending on time that we have.