Looking back at this past weekend I realized that I never did a recap of my daughter’s 1st birthday party. I planned tirelessly for several weeks without realizing that the week before the party I was going to get a terrible cold. The day of the party everything that could go wrong did for but nonetheless we had a blast. Hardly anyone knew that I was involved in a hit-and-run accident on my way to the venue. My original cake that I stayed up all night working on along with 60% of my desserts were ruined as a result of the accident. My little Buttercup refused to take a nap that day and was super fuzzy. About 10% of the desserts that made it through the accident began to melt. Would I change things about that party? Absolutely. Would it really matter to anyone but me? Probably not. Like I previously mentioned here the day of the party is dedicated to fun. I had a blast watching everyone put on their Mickey & Minnie ears, playing carnival games, and mostly I enjoyed celebrating with those I love. Without further ado here’s a little glimpse at the party we thew my little Buttercup last year.
Taquero: Water store on Dale St. and Chapman in Garden Grove, CA
Food and drinks: Costco
Carnival Games: Amazon
Well there you have it folks bits and pieces of the party we thew my little Buttercup. Will she remember it? No, but will I tell her how much I loved planning it. On another note I really need to start taking more photos of all the DIY things I do.
Please refer to my two Pinterest board for more inspiration. HERE and HERE
Please stay tune in the following weeks for a re-cap of this year’s Frozen extravaganza.
Check out my Pinterest board for my little Buttercup’s 2nd birthday party HERE.
When we first were deciding on a theme we wanted to do something gender neutral but at the end we went with a cute girly theme. One day while we where at Babies R Us the Hubby saw the cute owl bedding and fell in love with it. Since I originally wanted to do a Toy Story theme it took a little more convincing for me but after I found out my grandma loved owls I was sold on the idea. The nursery is one of my favorite places to sit and relax. I hope you enjoy our little Buttercup’s room as much as we do.
Last weekend we celebrated our little goddaughter’s 7th birthday. She had never had a party and we couldn’t be happier to be able to do it for her. We decided early on to make it a surprise party and we didn’t tell anyone in the Hubby’s side of the family. We were hoping to have a beautiful sunny Southern California day but unfortunately it was extremely cold. It was so cold I had to bring out blankets for everyone to use. I know that if my family from Kansas is reading this they will laugh at us but give me a break 50 °F is cold to us. If you follow me on Twitter or on Instagram you know that I got a cold the day after Thanksgiving. I wasn’t planning on getting sick and as a result I didn’t have time to finish up some projects I had planned to do. Without further ado here’s the small party we had for our little goddaughter.
Hello Kitty Piñata: Our local hispanic water store
I hope you enjoyed the little party we threw for our sweet goddaughter. It was a lot of work but it was well worth it. One thing I learned during this party was that if I’m hosting I don’t have time to take pictures.
Since we’ve gotten married it seems like whenever anyone sees us the first question they ask is when are you guys having kids? I have the same generic answer for everyone which is not until I’m done with school. Lately the pressure to have kids has intensified since three of my cousins are pregnant. Two of them got married within three weeks apart from us. Oh man did I feel the pressure this week when my mom was here for a visit. She kept asking me and making comments about children.
Yesterday my hubby and I got to hang out with our goddaughter and her mom, my hubby’s aunt. We had a great time walking around with both of them. My hubby was playing around with the 3 year old and all of a sudden I saw a twinkle in his eye which I first thought was just his allergies but upon careful observation I think my hubby has come down with a serious case of the baby fever. Does anyone have a cure or a remedy for it I can get my hands on?
I don’t want to sound like the bad guy here but I hope I don’t catch the baby fever that is going around well at least not yet. Its not that I don’t want children but more like I’m happy where we’re at right now. I’m enjoying spending time with my hubby and really loving the married life. I was never one of those girls that set an age to be married by or has a specific age to have children by. I don’t hear a clock ticking like a lot of my friends and I think when we are both ready to have them it will be magical. I love children and can’t wait to have them one day but for now I’m happy just being the two of us.
Do you feel any pressure to have children or are you the one pressuring someone?