It’s Red Ribbon Week at K’s school. Red Ribbon Week is schools’ campaign against illegal drugs. As part of the campaign, everyone in the school dresses up according to the approved daily dress up theme.
Wednesday-Wear something that will show future career
Thursday-School Spirit Day
Friday-No class (Professional Development for teachers and staff)
I had to go to Walmart on Sunday to buy a camouflage dress for Tuesday’s outfit. K said she wants a pink camo. There was no girls pink camo shirt in the store but I saw a girl’s pink camo dress. So I bought one and so delighted that it’s priced $3 .
Girl’s camo dress.
Then last night was the last minute preparation for today’s career dress up. I asked K what her future job would be. Though she had a lot in mind, she was particular about being a doctor for animals. So veterinarian it is. She had a Doc McStuffins costume in her closet when she was 5. So I improvised that and created a stethoscope because her stethoscope toy was nowhere to be found.
Doc McStuffins costume.
Veterinarian costume DIY
Handmade hair clip for girls.
My cousin E is crafty and talented in sewing, crocheting, and making hair clips. Aside from these, she also takes custom made orders on hair bows and head pieces. If you are interested in ordering or buying her items, you may contact her at email@example.com .
Thanksgiving arts and crafts.
Give thanks — all year long. Happy Thanksgiving to all!
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Kyana’s birthday cake.
A friend of mine has two adorable daughters. The youngest just turned 1 a couple of weeks ago. Kyana had a simple yet a very cute party. Her mom did all the birthday party decorations. How awesome. The cake was nicely decorated, too. What a talented mother Kyana has.
Do-it-yourself or DIY birthday party decor can save you a lot of money. If you are very creative, you can make your own party decorations from extra scrapbook supplies or unused paper goods in your home. All we have to add to the creativity is a lot of motivation and diligence to do it. There are so many DIY inspiration and resources on the Internet. The moment you find the perfect decor inspiration, the urge will come after. And you do not have to buy party decor every time.
Popping the Balloons Game
My darling daughter enjoyed at the party as well. My friend prepared kids’ party games for the young guests. K’s favorite was Popping the Balloons. What’s funny was, the kids had to pick a certain colored balloon to pop yet they can pick whichever pretty much. The game took a little while to finish. 🙂 Everybody got a prize though.
The cake and the food was delicious. Everyone had a wonderful time at Kyana’s 1st birthday party.
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