Earlier this month our grandson turned 1. His mom and dad planned a party for him for this past weekend. The invitations were so cute and they had a star theme going so I made him this interactive card with stars. It's a spinner card. When you tilt it, the star spins around the center circle. Of course, he's too little to actually be able to play with it. But it was fun to make and I think mom and dad had a little fun with it too!
All those cameras pointed at him, he didn't quite know what to do. He didn't cry when we all sang, in fact he was so good the whole time we were all there. They had given him birthday cake on his real birthday and he actually did cry then, so he didn't have any at the party. He had his own little snack.
It was a pretty long afternoon for him, but he was a trooper. We thought he might fall asleep in the high chair after he ate, but he pushed through it.
Grandpa and I gave him this tractor which he was more into pushing at this point. His daddy had a tractor that was a bit bigger than this with pedals when he was a little boy and he loved it. We actually bought this one at least a year before we had any grands in the hope that someday we would. It's just his size now.
"Look everyone! No hands!"
Our daughter-in-law's birthday was also this weekend and here is the card I made for her. I tried in vain to get the colors right on the screen. The card base is actually Bermuda Bay - more of a greenish blue and not so turquoise. And the greens are much prettier IRL.