PABLO MARTINEZ MONSIVAISPresidential Birthday Bashes08.04.11 6:57 PM ETPABLO MARTINEZ MONSIVAISPablo Martinez Monsivais / AP PhotoPresidential Birthday BashesGeorge W. Bush prepares to blow out the candles on his birthday cake as he celebrates with Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley in Chicago in 2006. Greg Gibson / AP Photo Bill Clinton blows out the 50 candles of his birthday cake in 1996 with the help of his daughter, Chelsea, as first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton looks on. AP Photo Ronald Reagan receives a cake at a Capitol Hill luncheon in 1984. Barry Thumma / AP Photo Jimmy Carter blows out candles on a birthday cake presented to him at a Democratic National Committee fundraiser in 1978. Carter inadvertently got icing on his hand while blowing out the candles. David Hume Kennerly / Getty Images Gerald Ford opens gifts at a surprise 62nd-birthday party orchestrated by first lady Betty Ford in the family room of the White House residence in 1975. AP Photo Richard Nixon's dog King Timahoe takes a sample of the president's birthday cake at a 1974 party at the Western White House in San Clemente, Calif. AP photo John F. Kennedy stands up to watch his 45th-birthday cake being brought into New York's Madison Square Garden during a Democratic fundraising birthday salute in 1962. Mark Kauffman / Time Life Pictures / Getty Images Dwight D. Eisenhower, his wife, Mamie, and 6,500 well-wishers at his birthday party in 1953 in Hershey, Pa. AP Photo Harry S. Truman cuts a cake on his 61st birthday in May 1945. The day marked his first full day as a resident in the White House. New York Times Co. / Getty Images Calvin Coolidge and his wife, Grace, at a party in 1927 celebrating the Fourth of July and his 55th birthday at the Summer White House in South Dakota. Coolidge is wearing a cowboy outfit, which includes a pair of personalized chaps.