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Planning a birthday party

October 17th, 2007 at 04:57 pm

cooking at do you mix those? expecially since the princess is turning 4 and the cook is turning 2...

Well basically you just do it Smile

Two homemade cakes, one for each, and some fruit (berries, only wash to prep) some cheese, crackers....

Oh and burgers dogs and all the trimmings for know the biggest problem is not the theme, it is space for the food!

I see all these elaborate centerpieces and I wonder how on earth anyone has room enough to put a centerpiece on a table with all the food! Or maybe they put a small amount out and constantly refill..unless the food will go bad, I pass on refilling!

My mother has offered to take care of crafts for the kids to do, something I rarely ever do since I have my hands full of cooking the food, no time to help kids with messy crafts. I think the kids will really enjoy the aprons and crowns though.

The only thing I have left to do is invitations and decorations....I wonder how a double fronted invitation would side princess-y and one side cooking.....

1 Responses to “Planning a birthday party”

  1. pretty cheap jewelry Says:

    My 2 are both born on Feb 11 ~ many double birthdays too.

    One year it was a two sided cake (one Barbie, one bowling)

    Double sided invites sound great!

    They are now older and one wants a skateboard party, the other a sleepover. One expensive, one not. Ok.

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