Anyway, I got a kick out of it! I was incharge of bringing the party favor / fun bags, how exciting right? I get to be the fun mom that gives fun things or maybe to the first time parent that other parents see as just the new mom who hasn't learned her lesson yet? My brother said that if I bought crappy things then maybe I wouldn't be asked to do it again. I took the opposite outlook. I like to try to think outside the box and make it different. What would kids ranging from 10 - 18 months like? I guess I forgot to ask myself that question before I signed up to do it. It's HARD thinking of things that you can't choke on or be allergic to at that age as you stroll down the aisle of Dollar General.
I think I did a pretty good job if I say so myself.
|I'm all about having useful things that can be utilized so I chose|
sand buckets with shovels instead of Easter baskets.
|To make it Easter-y I added Easter grass.|
Then there was a kid sized water bottle, airheads, bubbles, big bouncy balloon, ring pop, Rice Krispy treats, smarties, bubbles, and fruit chews.
|And the special touch.|
I wrote Happy Easter! on the Rice Krispy Treats.
|And of course....|
No Easter party is complete without Peeps.
Not too shabby for fun bags right?
So onto the party...
|Hill showed his Dada his toys that he plays with at school|
|Pearce and Anna wanted to hang out with Hill and his cool dad.|
|My cute stinker!|
|So, what am I suppose to do with these round things?|
|In Hill's little language I SWEAR he said, "Rowan, Wake Up!"|
Well it sounded like it anyway. Rowan was sleepy, but Hill was ready to party!
|Ms. Judy turned on the music and these kids just started breaking it on down! Hilarious!|
I guess since it is a Baptist daycare I can't say that they danced...
We will call it 'expressive movement.'
|Party Food Time!!!|
|Anna loved her cupcake.|
|Pearce did too!|
|Hill liked the cheese puffs more than the cupcake|
|Dancing and cupcakes make us thirsty!|
Britton & Pearce chug a lugging.