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Free Printable! Ask the same 20 questions year after year (1-18, but probably age 3 or 4 is a great age to start) and see how your child's responses change year to year. Makes a great keepsake to give to them when they turn 18.
Nautical & Whales Birthday Party Ideas | Photo 2 of 25
Fruit cups in cupcake holder....I love how they're displayed on a cupcake tree stand! What a cute way to serve "finger" fruit pieces! :)
Party Crashing: Alex's Dr Seuss Bash | BabyCenter
When a friend of ours sent us photos of this one-year-old's birthday party that he attended (which he described as a bash that "put Martha Stewart to shame") we had to share em. Especially because so many aspects of the party were lovingly handmade and nothing cost an arm and a leg.
So how do you like the new blog look? Thanks to Kim over at Seven Thirty Three for giving my blog a new look and some color I'm LOVING it! Yesterday my baby turned 3 years old (a little more on that later) so i decided to start a new tradition of 20 questions, which i will (hopefully) ask her every year on her birthday. It will be fun to see how the answers change each year. So here is the first year of questions, enjoy!
one year old in a flash- the details
As promised here are a few details from Jay’s One Year Old in a Flash Party. Let me just say this before going any further- the rest of this post might bore some of you. If you are not a de…
Nautical 1st Birthday - Project Nursery
Our baby turned 1 on June 25th and I, of course, went all out for the celebration! My husband and I already owned a collection of red partyware so I decided that red had to be incorporated into his party. The whale inspiration came from a Pottery Barn Kids bedding collection that we almost selected for his nursery. The stripe, gingham and polka dot patterns were inspired by a pennant bunting I saw on Etsy and many of the other details were inspired by ideas I found while poking around…
two wading pools gold fish crackers a Matt-carved watermelon whale good friends from public school, private school, the local charter school, and three different homeschools plus assorted moms and 2.5 dads blue ocean jello with candy fish, whipped cream waves, and a graham cracker beach It was tasty: wading and swimming and splashing and jumping and shouting and running around like maniacs brown paper treat bags, crayons, and foam stickers ocean-themed chicken nuggets (I know--barf! But how…
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It's a Whale of Party
The last couple of months were cold and gloomy down in my part of the country so when I was approached with the theme of this party I was ready to dive in (no pun intended!) and dream of the warmer months that are coming our way. My client wanted the theme of whales. This was my first time with this theme but after lots and lots of research I was able to come up with a couple of things. Below are the items she chose: Centerpieces: These adorable whale centerpieces were made in two sizes (4…