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Braunwyn Celebrated Her Twins' 7th Birthday at Home in the Sweetest Way Possible
Despite "a weird time in the world right now," the RHOC mom managed a self-isolation-style party with cake, fabulous decor, and some social distanced characters.
On April 1, Braunwyn Windham-Burke wrote a very special message on her famous tabletop chalkboard: "Happy 7th Birthday." The sweet note was directed at her sons, Caden and Curran, whom Braunwyn referred to as her "April Fool's Day Twins" in a celebratory Instagram post.
"It's a weird time in the world right now, but our love for you will always be a constant!!" she added. And in a series of photos, The Real Housewives of Orange County mom shared how she and her crew managed to shower the twins with love on their special day, even in the midst of self-isolation.
Braunwyn's photos show a dining-room table plied with festive tropes. In addition to the trademark chalkboard sign, there are pastel bubble jars, presents, and bunches of brightly colored tinsel. And of course, there was a cake. The homespun confection had two layers topped with ample smears of white frosting; it was topped off rainbow sprinkles and a green number-seven candle.
In her Instagram Stories, Braunwyn shared a peek at her family's dance party, which saw them grooving and singing along to Flo Rida's "My House." The gang even took the dance party outside, where the twins got a little love from their friends ... who were all at least six feet away.
Costumed monsters appeared at the end of the driveway, offering up a little birthday dance. Meanwhile, the twins' friends stayed in their cars, holding up happy birthday signs and balloons. "You have the best friends ever!" Braunwyn said in a video. Later, she wrote a grateful message to the socially distanced party guests: "'[The twins will] remember this forever! Thank you guys for the happy tears today."
As Braunwyn said in the video above, "[Quarantine] is going well. At least [the kids] have each other, and we're always having a great time." That much is clear.