I looked online how to make an Xbox cake, and although there were millions of ideas I knew I wouldn't do it justice. I looked on our local Craigslist and found a lady who did cakes. After what I said he wanted (shape of an Xbox controller with marble cake and Bavarian cream filling) I got the total. I was shocked that it would cost 50 bucks but I went for it to just see how well it would turn out. Can I say I was very impressed. The cake was so cool and the best part was it tasted as good as it looked. This cake was a monster and there is only about 2 pieces left and usually I have to throw cake away after about a week.
Can you sense his excitement here?
Corey has a huge TV (72 inches) and so he also brought up our 42" and borrowed an Xbox. I don't know the specifics but you can sync the two together to play more than four. This was a big hit. They played the whole time and I didn't have to do anything except referee on occasion.
I got a call last night from Lexie's teacher telling me she was chosen for the Super Bee award at school. This award is for good behavior and listening. I was so proud of her. She was so proud of herself and I was just so happy that I stay at home so I could go and be there for her. I think there is nothing better than being there for your kids for everything that they do. It makes them feel special and that it really was a big accomplishment. I wish I would have gotten a picture of the gym teacher in tights and a bee costume. It was pretty scary and funny at the same time. He rode a 3 wheel bike around the gym and juggled at the same time. Very interesting.
Isn't she just the cutest bee ever?