Tori Spelling's kids may be getting older, but that won't stop the proud mom from creating bigger and better birthday parties!
As her son Liam turned eight, the True Tori star decided to go all out for his special day with a Minecraft party at Scooter's Jungle, a popular indoor facility with bounce houses, jungle gyms, games and much more activities for kids.
"It's hard to believe, but Liam turned eight years old a couple of weeks ago. Where did all of the time go?" Tori wrote on her personal website. "I still remember the day he was born like it was yesterday. Anyways, you know how we like to go big for birthday parties."
And big she went!
Every detail had to be Minecraft-inspired, including the décor, Cold Stone Creamery desserts and even some of the games.
"The kids played, ate some lunch, enjoyed an amazing cake and then took home a cute pair of Skechers Game Kicks," Tori shared with fans. "It was such a fun afternoon spent with family and friends celebrating our birthday boy."
With more than 25 excited kids running around, Tori was able to have a little help. And is it turns out, she got it from husband Dean McDermott and mom Candy Spelling.
The family put on a united front as they posed for pictures together during the jam-packed day. Perhaps it's a sign that things are improving with time away from the cameras.
"My mom and I have a really complicated relationship," Tori recently admitted to E! News. "We see each other when it's appropriate for the children…There's definitely not a feud."
And when it comes to Dean, all signs point to a healthy relationship for 2015. After starting off the year with a "great" date night in Las Vegas, the couple recently headed to Medieval Times for a night out together.
"Things are great," Dean recently told E! News. "Our relationship is stronger than it's ever been and we're working very hard on that. I'm working very hard on myself—my sobriety, it means everything to me, becoming the dad and the husband that I've always wanted to be and that they deserve...I'm changing my life for the good."