I am pretty sure mom, Lauren, felt like she lived in a pineapple under the sea while getting ready for this Spongebob Squarepants BIG Soiree!  Lauren turned the party space into a virtual sea by covering the wall in ocean scenery complete with Spongebob and all of his friends!

The dessert table was the focal point of the room (other than the Birthday Boy, of course!), and Lauren covered it in a sea display loaded with whimsical treats for her sweet Kal-el!

The Birthday Boy likes what he sees!

Something tells me this is ONE FUN FAMILY!!  Even Kal-el’s grandparents joined in in the biggest way!  And, they brought Crabby Patties to the party!

Lauren has so many fun pictures of this party on her blog, Being the Borquez’s  – a blog about their lives as a former model (mom) and as a boxer (dad) raising their (not so) little boys!

Thank you for sharing your son’s party, Lauren! Happy Birthday, Kal-el!!

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