Monday, January 18, 2010

This Is How We Party

My youngest daughter turned 7 on January 10th. 7! I can hardly believe it. They do really grow up right before your eyes. We made her keep her guest list short but we still threw a rocking party, disco ball, karaoke machine, and all. Here are some of the highlights:

Birthday cupcakes (store bought after this mama ran out of time, luckily I redeemed myself with homemade chocolate cupcakes for her class the next day)

The cupcakes were a big hit!


There is her karaoke machine from grandpa and a karaoke CD from us.

Next we were off to Build-A-Bear, with 6 kids, 2 cars, and 2 parents.

Here is FiFi with her bear, Alex.

And in a snap all their creations were complete and FiFi's 7th birthday party was a huge success.

I love you FiFi! I glad you had such a wonderful birthday!

9 comments:

Brittany Ann said...

What a fun party! I know I'm an adult and all, but I'm simply enamored with Build-a-Bear parties!

Debbie said...

Cute, cute photos. And I don't think it matters if the cupcakes are homemade or not. It is the love they are served with:)

Kat said...

Looks like a super fun party! I love the group shot at build a bear...so cute!!!

Gina said...

A friend of mine did a Build-A-Bear party for her daughter's bday, and she was shocked at the fact that it wasn't ridiculously expensive. You too?

Evolving Mommy Catherine said...

Looks like a fun party. I'm not sure what I'll do once Maddy wants to start going places for her parties, most places don't have room for 11 billion adults along with Maddy's friends! ;)

Sara @ Domestically Challenged said...

So cute. Seeing that made me smile! Elijah turned 7 in november, and it is SO hard to see him grow up!!

Emma said...

Sounds like a great party! Build a bear sounds amazing! :D

Bethany said...

It looks like she had a great party- she's a pretty girl :) Build a bear is a popular spot these days!

prashant said...

I know I'm an adult and all, but I'm simply enamored with Build-a-Bear parties!

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