Tuesday, November 15, 2011

NaBloPoMo Day 15: The Things We Do for Love


Little One turned 3 on 11/11/11. Because I'm one crazy mother, I did this...
 I used cookie cutters to cut fruit into shapes of hearts, stars and flowers.
 Because this was a party for 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 year olds, I had two crafts tables set up. One for "make your own party hat/visor" and another for "decorate your own loot bag".

I love the party hat idea. I "borrowed" it from the Mount Sinai Hospital NICU Graduates/Preemie Picnic we attended last June. I purchased foam visors (I think they come 6 in a pack) and foam letters, numbers, and shapes. The letters, numbers and shapes have a sticky backing, so the  kids just had to peel the paper off the back and stick them onto the visor. They added their names and a few personal touches. Amazing what little things can make kids really happy!

 I also picked up some colourful paper bags and a bunch of stickers. Again, they personalized their bags and when they were done, I collected them and filled them with fun stuff.
 Yes, I even cut the cheese into shapes with the cookie cutters.


 My mother made Filipino noodles (pancit). It's a tradition in our family to have noodles for birthdays and special occasions. My Mom always says, "We have to have noodles on our birthday for long life!"
NaBloPoMo 
2011

5 comments:

Dee said...

everything looks so good! I LOVE those noodles- fond memories of them from your house!!! Hope RA had a great birthday! Her party looked grand!

caninecologne said...

hi c - you're an awesome mom! love those cute shaped fruits and cheese! that makes food more "fun" for the kids (and adults, ha ha). belated bday hugs and kisses to your baby (i know she's 3, but she will always be your baby)! :)

C said...

Dee:
Thanks so much! Yes, the noodles are deeelish, aren't they? When you guys come up for a visit again, I'll have my mom make some especially for you :) XOXO

C said...

Canine:
You are so kind! :) This is not something I do on a regular basis, btw! LOL! xo

Frau Guten Tag said...

How awesome & oh so creative!! Good job mama!

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