With Easter just around the corner, I asked the beautiful Bettina from Baby Makes B if she would write a post on how she does Easter at home. She has amazing taste in styling, fashion and interior design, and if you’re not already following her you should! Continue reading
Category: Party Planning
I grew up when Pokémon was all the craze and like everything else it disappeared only to be brought back by the game that was Pokémon Go. My kids are too young to understand that game but they do love collecting the actual cards and making up their own game. Even on occasion they might swap cards – only to ask for them back a few hours later (cue arguments and tears when that doesn’t happen). Continue reading
Experiments, liquid nitrogen and a group of 6 year old kids…
Everyone is in the full swing of getting organised for Christmas. However, I can’t think about it until our boy’s birthday is done and dusted. We had already done a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme and a Super Hero theme so what would we do this year? Experiments were a thing at school so we decided on a Science party – well I decided on it and then talked up all the fabulous food ideas and experiments that could be done! Birthday boy was happy with that so I got down to planning. Continue reading
Vroom vroom into 4!
Choices for children’s party themes are endless. Having two boys we try not to double up on the theme of their parties, and so far we’ve managed to have a different one each year. One idea that hadn’t come up was a race car theme. So my youngest grabbed that idea this year and we sped into party mode.
Superheros a plenty!
If you know me, you know I love to organise a party. If you don’t know me, now you know I like to organise a party. I try to be creative and make what I can. BUT – I know when to out-source and believe you should do this if it means you and your child will enjoy the party (otherwise there’s no point in having the party).
When my eldest turned 5 last year it was all about superheros. They were everywhere! So, his party theme was a no-brainer. Continue reading