We were a few of the first people to arrive, but it didn't take long before things were in full swing! Sweet Girl was excited about the dunk tank. Love Bug was a bit shy as we went around to see what kinds of games they had. Both girls were excited to see the big playground there and wanted to play there first.
Sweet Girl was so cute because any time she saw Joshua wheeling around, she would say, "There's Joshua!"
There were a variety of carnival games to play. They had your traditional games like tic-tac-toe with whiffle balls and a balloon popping game and some more original games like Tip-a-Troll and Wrecking Ball. I did pretty good at the dunking booth and dunked Joshua's dad two out of three throws! Papa Bear said think of the ball as a dirty diaper you're trying to toss in the trash can. It worked!
They brought out a cake for Joshua so everyone could sing Happy Birthday to him. It was a very nice cake.
It was windy, so it was hard to keep the candles lit, but Joshua did get a few candles to blow out. The girls were excited to sing to Joshua. Then, they cut the cake and shared it with everyone there. We passed because we had just eaten our cake pops, but it was fun just being there.
The girls played on the playground a little while longer and then we headed home.
It was a great day supporting Joshua's cause, seeing friends and hanging out with our family.
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