K’s cousin Lexi turned 3 few weeks ago. We were very excited to celebrate Lexi’s birthday because K and I have planned some party games for them to play. It wasn’t a big party. It was just me, K, and my cousin’s family of 4.
We were supposed to gather my cousin’s house on Lexi’s birthday weekend but our schedules didn’t meet. Lexi didn’t want to slice her birthday cake because she wanted to share it with K. I was touched by her sweetness because she thought of her cousin.
So below are the party games that K and I have planned for the special occasion.
Birthday Party Games
Freeze Dance – All children who can dance can participate in this fun game.
Knock Down The Duck – It doesn’t have to be a rubber duck, actually. Any medium-sized toy that can stand alone be used in this game. If you have a toy bow and arrow available, this game is super fun to play. Whoever knocks down the rubber duck from a certain distance wins.
Bring Me (name a color)– This game helps the kids to be alert and exercises their brain to think fast. For example, you say “Bring me something green.” The kids will go find something green and whoever brings to you the right one, wins.
Race – This is going to be an outdoor game. If you have a backyard, this racing game is great. For toddlers, getting them lined up and let them run to the designated finish line is such a fun thing to see. Whoever gets to the finish line first, wins.
K and I had the prizes ready. Would you really expect the toddlers participate in the games without a lot of questions? I mean, they’re only interested with the prizes no matter what. 🙂
Remember: Adult supervision is highly recommended and needed in every party games that kids play. Everyone’s safety is the top concern in every gathering or party.
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Besides shoes, uniforms, papers and pens, one of the most important back-to-school supplies are handbags and backpacks. When my siblings and I were younger, we’re really get excited when the school starts. Even though we were poor, we tried our best to finish school. We lack of something more often but we survived the tough times.
To be honest, I didn’t have a decent bag for my school things. So I just carried my stuff to school everyday in my arms. I envy those students who carries backpacks and nice handbags to school. I thought to myself, I will be able to buy one for myself and each for my siblings someday. Though it didn’t happen sooner, I was happy that me and my siblings were able to finish school with flying colors despite of difficult times.
Now that we are grown ups and have our own kids, we do our very best to provide for their needs especially when school requirements are concerned. It was back to school two weeks ago. My niece and nephews were all set. They have new school supplies, new uniforms, and bags. My sister, brother, and I were shopping for backpacks for the kids. We were looking for ones that will last for a very long time. That means they should be durable. There were a lot of styles and brands but ZALORA’s collection of Jansport bags is pretty awesome!
Cute Jansport backpack
I was dreaming of this backpack before. It’s simple yet durable. The size is just right for carry on. And with proper use and care, it will stay for a very long while. This is truly great for back to school.
Lovey Bunny is under repair. 🙂
This is Bunny. She is my darling daughter K’s snuggle buddy. K loves Bunny very much that she’d feel sad whenever I say at bedtime, “Where is Bunny? I am gonna give her spanking because she’s not in bed.” K would hurriedly looks for Bunny and finds her on daddy’s chair in his work station. Then K hugs Bunny tight as they get tucked in bed. Sometimes she ignores her snuggle buddy during the day but bedtime is not complete without it.
Bunny has been K’s lovey since she was three months old. I bought her on Easter 2010 while I was working at Dillards. She was a Godiva Easter Bunny. K was attached to her lovey that she decided it’s a girl bunny. 🙂 Bunny had been in many adventures with us. She even traveled and went on a vacation with us to the Philippines in December 2012. It was fun.
Like all well-loved stuffed animals, plushed toys, and loveys, Bunny got lose stitches, too. I was not really good in sewing so K asked her Na-Na to mend Bunny. K was very happy that her lovey is fixed. 🙂
Does your child have a lovey? What is it? I would love to hear about it.