Atticus’ Corgi Birthday Party

Atticus said he wanted a puppy party for his 3rd birthday. So I set out for Party City and found tons of fun Paw Patrol decorations.

Turns out Atticus was not a fan. He said he wanted a Kaiser party. Kaiser is our dog. Atticus wanted me to take the Paw Patrol stuff back. And as so many of us parents do, I succumbed to the pressure of my toddler terrorist. Kids, 1,933. Parents, 0.

To be specific, Atticus said he wanted a corgi halloween party. What does that even mean? Whatever it means, he was dead set on it.

So we had a corgi party.

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With pupperoni pizza from Dion’s.

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And lots of other fun snacks like Pupcorn, Chew Sticks, Pawtato Chips, and Corgi Butts Drive Me Nuts.

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We drank toilet water.

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And made sure to wipe our paws.

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We pinned the tail on the corgi. Well we tried to.

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And the kids adopted dogs.

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Sometimes you can make things happen with a little help from Pinterest, Etsy, Amazon, Google, Photoshop, and stuff you have laying around the house.

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A party wouldn’t be complete without some kind of fail.  We bought a corgi cookie cutter (say that five times fast) from Amazon.  The finished cookies looked possibly like sheep blobs.  Oh well, not every one is a winner.

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Thanks to everyone who celebrated with us. It was paw-some!

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