Saturday, January 24, 2009

the "right" to have a "civil" tea party


Paige got to have a Girls Day - on MLK day, since they were out of school. She decided to have a tea party (this is becoming an annual event) - She was allowed to invite 10 friends. She loves all kids and the ages ranged from 2 years to 7 years. And here she is wearing her own special apron that I made her.
Here are some of the girls getting ready to frost the mini cakes we had baked.

This is the "little girls" table and the table that Paige wanted to stay at. She doted on Myla (age 2) and Lydia (age 3).

James was spoiled even though he was exiled from the party. My friend Christie picked him up, took him for a ride around the airport, got drinks at Sonic, and then they got to play trains at Christie's house (one of his favorite things to do) with his best friend, Cade

Here is Paige & Myla. Paige let me do her hair & she did her own gorgeous makeup.

Here is our group. The girls could come in costume if they wanted. We had out our dress-ups if they were so inclined when they got here. Then we had nail polish & makeup that they could use or not as they wished.

I made 11 aprons for each of the girls that came to our party. They were able to wear these aprons as we made lunch, decorated mini cakes, and made worms in dirt. The girls looked adorable.
Here is our cousin Asia who is modeling the apron for me. It was so much fun & I think we might have to continue on this tradition.

2 comments:

RatalieNose said...

O. M. G. An apron for all of them?? Youre amazing! Why wasn't I invited??

Joele and Matt said...

Wow! You are one busy and fun mom! Your kids are just so darn cute!