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A Disney Birthday

The little man turns four this weekend! I can't believe it. We're headed to Disney Friday for his birthday for an entire week! (don't worry, computer is def. coming with me)

My sweet and extremely talented friend Danielle from Baker's Cakes makes wonderful cake pops, and I asked her to create some Disney-themed pops for our birthday celebration (instead of cake) and this is what she came up with!

How great are they? And they taste even better! Thanks Danielle! Check out her fab blog for other great designs and to order your own!


  1. Those are so cute! Have fun in Florida. xoxo

  2. adorable!!! i'm so jealous. i can't wait until my little guy is old enough to go to disney!

  3. Happy Birthday to your Boy! Best Magic Kingdom tip: If he likes the Dumbo ride, head there as soon as the park opens, do not pass GO!!

  4. AWWWWWWWWW! Those are great!!!!

  5. cute! they look really good!

  6. These are so cute! Happy Birthday to your little man! Have fun at Disney!

  7. How cute Wendy and such an original idea to have Disney Pops instead of crumbling pieces of cake. Have fun. It should be a WONDERFUL week to be there.

  8. so cute! happy b-day to the little guy, disney will be so much fun! have a great time!

  9. I remember my first trip to Disney as a little kid! Have tons of fun!!

  10. We're headed there...leaving Fri. & arriving Sun. If you're in the Coronado and see a nut on her laptop, that would probably be me!

  11. Those cake pops are adorable!


  12. those cake pops are too cute!! have fun in disney!!


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