Photos galore! The dress, the church, the carriage. Oh my. It's breathtaking isn't it? I'm watching it with my 5 year old daughter and can remember watching Princess Di get married with my Mom when I was a little girl.Read more
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Do your kids climb trees? There is something so inviting and magical about hanging high from tree limbs. Nothing beats this Magnolia Tree in the church yard of our preschool for tree climbing and with the warm weatherRead more
Wonder how to throw an Olivia the Pig birthday bash on a budget? Here’s a guest post from Iris with all kinds of tips below. I also love the free Olivia printables from NickJr.com that make hosting and decorating a breeze.
Some time after my daughter Skylar turned one, she began demanding to watch Olivia on Nick Jr. She could barely say it, but every night when it was time for her nighttime bottle, she would say “Oleeva, Oleeva!” I don’t even remember when we first watched the cartoon, but somehow, in my little girl’s mind, she knew that she wanted to watch Olivia. And it soon became an obsession. She didn’t watch that much TV, but if the TV was on, it could only be Olivia on the screen. The strange part was, I too became obsessed with this cute little pig and found the cartoon quite entertaining. Thus, I began planning Skylar’s Olivia the Pig birthday party.
Being a stay-at-home-mom, whenever I start party planning, the first thing on my mind is keeping the party budget low. Fortunately I am pretty good at finding deals and being creative when it comes to stretching the dollar. Here are some of my tips for keeping a party budget low: