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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Wordful Wednesday: Because I Refuse To Make My Own Birthday Cake

I love making fantastic cakes for other people. The look on their face when they see the cake…well, it's my drug. Love that feeling. But make my own birthday cake? No way.

So when we have the family dinner on the Sunday during my birthday week, Aunt Denise brings a chocolate cake, frosting, plenty of sprinkles, candies, etc., then turns the kids loose on it. I love this tradition! (But for the past couple of years? I've insisted on making the frosting. I'm kinda a snob that way.)

This year, the cake was divided into three portions (so there wouldn't be any tears over who's art got covered up by who's craziness with the sprinkles). Baby had the far side, Boo in the middle, and the Boy's portion is buried under sprinkles and candy.

And just because I know you're dying to ask…I'm 29.95 plus shipping and handling.


Kristina P. said...

I love it!

Odie Langley said...

It sure looks like a fun cake and I can see how young folks would have a blast tearing into that one.

Jillybean said...

MMMM, look at all that sugar!!
And chocolate, and more sugar!

Christine Rains said...

Fabulous cake!

Amanda said...


Stephanie Bishop said...

I am visiting from MMB!

What a grand idea to divide the cake into three parts to share with the kids! Genius!

Look forward to browsing your blog.

lyndylou said...

Yum yum yum Hope it was as good as it looks :)

Steph @ Diapers and Divinity said...

Thank goodness.

i'm erin. said...

I was wondering how your birthday went after seeing you yesterday! I think the cake looks divine.

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