Disney Princess Rapunzel birthday cake.
Oh it was a happy day for AC, K, and Lexi. Because it’s AC’s 5th birthday! My cousin Em wasn’t planning to hold the birthday party at her home. But with the help of our dear friends, AC’s birthday party was a successful. The little girls had a fun.
K was very excited to help AC open her birthday presents. 🙂 A few of her gifts are:
American Girl Doll – Rebecca
Toddler Girl Clothes
Sofia The First Kitchen
Large Giraffe Stuffed Toy
K is helping AC open her birthday gifts. 🙂
Kids’ birthday parties doesn’t have to be extravagant to make them happy on their special day. A small simple celebration at home can be satisfying and enjoyable even if it’s the last minute planning. Thanks to our dear close friends who came and helped Emz. Here are few tips how to make the small birthday celebration at home memorable and fun.
- Order the cake and cupcakes from your favorite grocery store like Tom Thumb, Kroger, or Walmart. They can make the cake available the next day.
- If the schedule is hectic, invite close friends three days in advance for a potluck birthday party and ask their help if they can bring food. It’s proven on our end.
- A small crowd of guests also makes a difference. Too much crowd can bring stress to the little ones.
- Birthday party games are optional. At AC’s party, we didn’t have any party games. We just let our kids play in the living room while the grown ups were busy chatting and stuff. 🙂
As with the food and drinks, below are a few suggestions what to bring to the potluck party.
- Mixed vegetables stew
- Pork or beef stew
- Cooked rice
- Green salad
- Pansit (rice sticks noodles)
- Assorted fruits
- Roasted chicken
- Soda, juice, and water
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K with the Monster High Dolls
A week ago, K and I went to Walmart to buy a few groceries. She asked if she can go look at toys for a few minutes. So we went ahead to the kids’ toys department. Like we usually do, we pretty much toured every aisle in the toys’ department then she saw these huge Monster High Dolls piled in the middle aisle. I am guessing the doll is about 3 feet tall. Oh my goodness she wanted one right away. I looked at the price and I was speechless. I told K that if she want this Monster High Doll, we have to sell her old toys in a garage sale. And so, this doll is in her birthday wishlist. Oh dear! Walmart’s Lay-away is starting now but we’ll see.
Calling all Godmothers! 🙂
My darling daughter and I went to her tumbling, gymnastics, and cheer class this afternoon. I was glad that I didn’t forget the schedule today because we missed the first day of classes last Thursday. K was very excited to try this new skills and physical development for toddlers. As much she loves jumping, K loves tumbling as well. I noticed that she got bored in ballet class when she was 3 so I decided to let her try something else that I know she enjoys.
We arrived at the recreation center 10 minutes early but the in-charge let K inside the classroom. The room is big and wide. The props are ready and waiting for the kids to show up. There were six children in the list but only three of them came including K. The other one, though she was inside the room, didn’t join the activity.
The girls and their pom poms.
It’s a 30-minute class which is good, I think, because toddlers get tired and bored easily.
The Wylie Recreation Center offers fitness and developmental classes for toddlers and young kids age 2-5. Depending on the type of class, the monthly rates ranges from $25 to $125. For members and Wylie residents, the rates are lower. So if there are health and fitness programs for kids in your area, you can register may register your children. I am sure they will have a great time.
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