Monday, June 3, 2013

Little Pirate's Birthday Party

Not only did the Pirate's manning the 
ship at
Pirate's Cove have an 
but we celebrated a 4th birthday for
one of our favorite pirates
with a Pirate Pinata, masks, 

a cake with sparklers and candles
and  Pirate booty - gifts.

There still be a lot of innocence left in this
here pirate's face.  Notice the pirate candles
on the cake. And all of the little pirates
dressed in their pirate best.

This be the rough crew he be sailin' with these days!

The little guy's party took place right outside
this dining room.  There be four houses
on Pirate's Cover property and this
house be named 
Port Royal.

Beautiful windows make it the best
spot for a view out on the Captain's crew.

This be the newest of the houses located right
by the fort and kiddie swimmin' hole.

The rustic wood and massive size of this
table speaks that the
Captain of the Ship
dines here.

The scurvy fellow must have left his
favorite boots right here in the center
of his table.
Pardon me language Captain!

Looks like there be plenty comin' to dine tonight.

He ordered his black skull flatware to be used.

We be using' our favorite silvered skull plates
again found here on the property.

They be a great match with the flatware,

his suite,

and with his bed!


The salad plate has smaller skulls

and the matching large bowl be just as fine.
We be likin' the blink of the metallic silver!

Two serving wenches stand ready in the corner
to obey the Captain's every command.

They be dressed in some mighty fine clothes.

Must be some of his favorite wenches on board.

Again, we be fixin' to use the skull mugs -
nothin' but the best for our Captain.

A little skullduggery bedecks the center of the table too.

We be hopin' that the Captain removes his
boots from the table before dinner starts.

Now to end this post 
with a little swingin' fun!

Kind of reminds you of that monkey in
Pirate's of the Carribean!
(This here be my youngest monkey!)

This ends part 2 of a three part
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  1. Your group shot is cute - a female pirate with attitude, a little one looking like he'd prefer to be elsewhere and someone's been playing dress up with baby J. :-)
    The fun continues...fess up Jacqueline - did you swing by that rope to drop in the pool? LOL

  2. Hi Mrs. J!
    It really give me a giggle and a big smile while browsing your post today.

    Love the dinner set and the flatwares and of coure the candleholders. I am drooling.

    Looks you had a great time.

    Happy Bday Mr. Lil Pirate. Wishing you all the best of life.

    God Bless from the D´BoX,
    /CC girl

  3. That's so cool, Jacqueline! I am sure these boys and all had a marvelous time - too cute!

  4. Ahoy there....Looks like such a neat place for a family of pirates to be. Thinking it sure is going to be a hard to beat a party like this one here. What shall we do for birthday 5? Looks like you all enjoyed a wonderful family outing...

  5. My little ones would be in 7th heaven..:)

    Out of this world!

  6. Looks like its was a blast! What a place.....
    Blessings My Friend,

  7. Rally cute Jacqueline! Great memories I'm sure:@)

  8. Looks like a fabulous party... I love the table settings!

  9. What a fun party! I know everyone must have had a wonderful time! :)

  10. What a fun place for kids and adults! xo

  11. What a fUN b-day party!!!!!! The perfect spot and set up too! Did YOU get o ehte rope swing? My money is on you!!! Loved the group shot and that flatware is amazing!!! XO, pinky

  12. Your little birthday pirate must have thought he found the treasure chest filled with golden wishes and fun.

  13. You are such a fun Grandma!!!
    I hope to be one, if my grands would just moce to the same COUNTRY I live in!!!! it would be easier to play with them! LOLOL What a blast I know your family had.Your son is swingin' impressive, how did he hang on that whole tie without falling! and even pushing off the row boat! FUN!
    Hope all is well with you!

  14. Oh my goodness...what is this place? Is this a private home? The pool...heavenly (even with all the skull and crossbones). What an amazing party and amazing location. I need to go back and find out more!

  15. It looks like everyone is having a wonderful time! What a fun and lovely place to stay.

  16. Such fun to see the details of this special family vacation. You've certainly made some great memories for your family. I'd say your vacation plans are equally as creative as your way in the kitchen, setting a table, or hosting a party. Your are amazing!

  17. What a fantastic Birthday!!

    Thanks so much for stopping by!!


  18. What a magical place to spend a birthday. I bet everyone had such a wonderful time dressing up as pirates. Happy Birthday to your grandson.

  19. It's hard to tell if the older or younger pirates had the most fun :) Love the swing shots!

  20. Wow, I'm sure everyone had a wonderful time! What a fun and lovely place to stay.

  21. Jacqueline, You have the most fun with your super family. You are an amazing hostess. I think your children and their spouses are extremely blessed to have you. Darling pictures. You are looking great!

    Great vacation.

  22. That was amazing! What a wonderful party in every detail!
    I have to read more about this place!
    Thanks so much for linking at Let's Dish!


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