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Spongebob Squarepants - Bronze turned 8 on February 8

Last week was my son's birthday party.  Bronze turned 8 on February 8, his "Golden Birthday".  All the Grandma and Grandpas were there.  My aunts and uncles, and cousins are there.  Sorry to say that we didn't have any pictures of everyone with Bronze.  (Note to self: Next year I need to assign task to people :(  )...

February 10, 2013, WEM Galaxyland.  WEM was
crazy busy:  Chinese New Year Celebration,
Princess Diana Exhibit Opening, and 1D store opening

The early birds.
Riding on the Flying Galeon

Getting ready to blow out the candle.
Spongebob made with rice crispies, smooth with royal icing
and covered with fondant.
Giant Spongebob and Giant Sea Star cookie give away
Sea Star Cookies.  Outlined the cookie with red icing.
Flood with pink runny decorating frosting.
Vanilla sea shell cupcakes


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