He got musical cards (Superman theme, Happy Birthday, a dancing Sponge-bob, and Chicken dance card), cards that move (cows kicking and pirates baring their "booties"), regular cards, hand made cards; cards signed by entire families, little kids and farm animals. Kids drew him pictures and he loved looking at them all. People sent gifts and he even got some money. One family sent a $10 bill; another family sent him $1 and another $2. Very kind of you all and very generous. In many of the envelopes were also stickers (Spongebob, Transformers, Angry Birds, & Pokemon), as well as some "tattoos" too. One family even sent some flavored honey sticks from their farm. He tried the root beer flavored honey stick and kept going "mmm" "mmm". :-) And finally, he also got some glow in the dark dinosaurs.
From Tasmania, he got a big envelope full of maps, brochures, a weather gauge, postcards, and all sorts of really interesting things. We have spent at least an hour reading through it all and found it fascinating. He got a stuffed koala bear from Australia that he loves. He has always carried around a stuffed "Pikachu" toy. He takes it everywhere and tonight he has Pikachu in one hand and the koala bear in the other. It is adorable.
One man made Ronny a wall plaque of an Eagle. It is beautiful and will be hung proudly in our home.
Another lady sent Ronny several little gifts and he was over the "moon" for them.
If we failed to mention something, I am so sorry. Let me know and I will give credit. It was definitely unintentional. Our hearts are overflowing with love for you all!
And here is the ice cream cake I made for the party. It was a big hit. My mother-in-law said she wants me to make her one just like it for her birthday. :-)
|The homemade ice cream cake I made for Ronny.|