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The Birthday Boy was fully involved with his party and he was thinking / planning the games first.  He LOVES birthday games so his games were pretty important to him 😉

For the first game we prepared a head of time by finding 10 different Lego pieces that we knew had at least 10 of the same kind.  I snapped a photo of each piece, printed and cut out each one so each boy had 10 pictures of 10 different Lego pieces.  Basically whoever found all 10 correct pieces first won the game.


The next game was the tower build and whoever had the tallest tower in 5 minutes won.  It was a little hard because they would try to build fast and then their tower would fall over so they would have to start over again.


And the last game was the speed build.  I bought them each a small Lego set and whoever built the set correctly first won the game but they all won because they got a Lego set! (and I won because it was silent in the house for like 8 minutes while they were all concentrating on building their sets)


We also had the Clutch Powers Lego movie playing in the background that they’d watch here and there during cake and opening presents.  Then we went outside to get rid of some energy by playing football and with dart guns.  It was such a fun party for all of us!


Part 1 the invitation

Part 2 the decorations and cake


Allison Waken is the founder, writer, photographer, and content creator of All for the Memories and All for the Boys.