Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Backyard birthday party


This photo is a companion piece to yesterday's post. The family pictured yesterday were celebrating their son's birth with a Dr. Seuss themed party. It was all great fun and ended up with a donkey in the house. Don't ask.

18 comments:

RedPat said...

Birthday parties have sure changed!

Taken For Granted said...

I assume that The Cat in the Hat was responsible for bringing the donkey into the house. Sounds just like him.

Jack said...

I don't get invited to parties like this. Come to think of it, I don't get invited to any parties . . .

Randy said...

Someone was in for some fun.

Small City Scenes said...

Forget Dr. Seuss lets learn a bit about the donkey in the house. Come on--- out with it. MB

Kay said...

OK, Lowell. I'll overlook the donkey. Did you go in the bouncey thing?

Olivier said...

un ane dans la maison, voila un animal de compagnie original ;)) ils sont bien deguises

cieldequimper said...

A donkey in the house? You have to tell us.

Okay, as soon as my hair is bleu I'll show you. You're gonna have to wait a while though.

llandudnopictures said...

Looks like they had a great time, hope the donkey behaved itself?!

Cezar and Léia said...

What a beautiful and colorful decoration, I'm delighted!
Léia

Sharon said...

That is quite an elaborate birthday party!

Judy said...

It must have been a fun party if a donkey was involved.

magiceye said...

Times they are a changing!

Halcyon said...

Of course by saying don't ask, we all want to know! I am expecting a follow up post tomorrow on the donkey. :)

Bibi said...

Cute! I saw some Thing One and Thing Two pajamas for kids....cute if you have twins, I guess.

Karl Demetz said...

This was for sure a funny and colorful party!

EG CameraGirl said...

Were they playing Pin the Tail on the Donkey? Ouch! Poor donkey!

longbeachpeninsuladailyphoto said...

Looks like quite the shindig! Like everyone else, I've got to know about the donkey in the house! So nice to see your photos again, Lowell!

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