This is the cake I served at Luke's birthday party for the family last night.
While it is true that this cake has white frosting and no other decoration other than an old Mr. Incredible figure I found in the bottom of the toy box,
And while it is also true that the cake is sloping on one side and is also sitting on a very boring cake transporter because I forgot to put it on the cute cake plate,
I maintain that it is the tastiest carrot cake my son will ever eat in his lifetime.
Further, I make no apologies for the cake because I threw him an awesome birthday party today. I went all out cleaning before his party:
I put a wipe on each foot and skate around the kitchen.
I bought him another Spongebob cake he wanted at Harmon's even though it didn't go with the superhero theme of his friend party.
I hosted 7 little boys (all wearing superhero costumes!)
and a little 1 yr old in a Superman cape.
And at the last minute the party had to be moved indoors due to rain and we needed indoor games. Moments before the party, I drew this Mr. Incredible face (FREEHAND for crying out loud!) on a poster board for pin the eye mask on Mr. Incredible.
At one point in the party, one of the little boys yelled "tackle Luke's mom" and they all came after me. Wisely, I yelled, "no, tackle Luke's dad" and they all went after Sam. This was definately a departure from Sammie's Tinkerbell party we had a couple months ago.
Happy Birthday Luke--I'm glad you got your Wii and not the Barbie dollhouse we were threatening!