All of the kids were having such a great time and bouncing off the walls that the only thing we could do was give them sugar. What a fabulous idea. Anyway, it was time for cake.
All of the girly cakes featured princesses, strawberry shortcake sweeteness and didn’t seem to fit Alice at all. So instead I got a Madagascar cake since I know she loves the movie and the animals (plus Porter likes it, too).
Sarah readies the cake.
And brings it to Alice, who isn’t quite sure what to do with it.
Eventually the candles all went out on their own. Aunt Kit helps take them out while Porter watches from the wings, wondering when he can eat some of that cake.
Alice and T.J. stare rapturously at the cake.
Alice helps serve her guests the cake.
Sugar smile, which seems to say “I’ll be good and smile if I can have some cake.”
Alice also helps scoop the ice cream.
But Nikki and Corey’s daughter Gianna didn’t get any cake, which she didn’t seem to think was fair.