OK! Exclusive: Inside Bentley's 2nd Birthday Party!

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Nov. 9 2010, Published 9:15 a.m. ET

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Maci Bookout called a truce with Ryan Edwards to celebrate their son Bentley's 2nd birthday on Oct. 30. The pair have been struggling with custody issues, but pushed these troubles aside for Bentley. Together, they hosted a race car themed party for Bentley at Pump it Up, the Inflatable Party Zone in Chattanooga, Tenn. that was free of drama and full of fun!

While the party included bounce houses and a bouncy basketball court, Bentley was probably ecstatic just to have both his parents there and getting along.

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"He was a happy little boy," a partygoer tells OK!. "Everyone he loves was together in one room."

Maci and Ryan lead the guests, which included Ryan's parents Jen and Larry as well as Maci's on-and-off again boyfriend Kyle King, in singing "Happy Birthday" to their boy, who turned 2 on Oct. 26.

Kyle may have attended the celebration, but Maci didn't pay him a lot of attention. An insider tells OK! that the former couple barely hung out together and weren't affectionate. "I hardly even saw Kyle and Maci together," says the witness.

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But while Maci avoided Kyle, she was nothing but amicable towards Ryan. The pair spent some time together throughout the day, but neither mentioned Maci's plan to move to L.A.

"They were there for Bentely. It was about him, so any tension, they keep it between them. They never let him see it or feel it," says a pal.


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