Monday, November 10, 2014

Orientation/meet the Teacher Night

Found this great idea on Pinterest.
Parent Wishes: "As a parent, what is your wish for your child this year?"
Scholastic Book Order Sign Up. To encourage families to sign up and get involved I had an Ipad set up and ready to go for them to register online!


Half Marathon

13.1! I did it! This September I completed my first half marathon with my Dad! After a summer of training it was such an accomplishment. Next up: Marathon Training!
My bib!
all ready the night before!

Me and my Daddio after the race!
My gifts from my hubby when I got back home. A 13.1 tank and a plaque for my medals and bibs!
me and my dad after the race
blurry but a pic of me during the race!
my plaque all hung up!


Color Run

My sister Kristen and I did the Color Run in Providence a little while back. It was so fun! Next year I hope to get a whole bunch of people to do it with us!
Before pic!
After!



Frozen Party!

Frozen Birthday Party!
My Niece Aubrie had a Frozen Birthday party over the summer and of course I was super excited to help out! I made the candy buffet labels, olaf treat bags, snow playdough, and paper crowns for the kiddos to make.


Here is the gift I got for Aubrie. A beautiful cape inspired by Elsa's from Frozen with her name embroidered on it, plus a golden grown!:







Cupcakes and cake made by my mother-in-law:
 



 



The kiddos making crowns. I bought the paper crowns and sticker jewels at AC Moore:

The beautiful bday girl wearing her new cape and crown we got her:
 





The whole spread

"Do You Want to Build A Snowman?" Treat bags I made: used pretzels, candy corn, marshmellows, candy eyeballs, and chocolate chips



The Candy Buffet Table Labels I made using cardstock and winter stickers:

















White playdough I made with lots of sparkles to make snow for the kiddos to play with. I brought over winter cookie cutters for them to use. They loved it. 


The crown supplies I bought: 






 






 

The white playdough I made using lots of sparkles. I brought over winter cookie cutters for them to make wintery things. They loved it! They also enjoyed making their own individual crowns!

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Preschool Graduation: Bug Picnic

For our preschool graduation this year we had a BUG THEME. We set up picnic tables with picnic style tablecloths and set up a food table inspired with bug themed food:




  • spider crackers
  • dirt cups with worms
  • ants on a log
  • very hungry caterpillars (grape skewers)
The kiddos sang bug songs:
  • Ladybug, Ladybug
  • The Buggy Wuggy (hokey pokey inspired song)
  • Very Hungry Caterpillar by the Learning Station
We then gave out awards, certificates/diplomas and handed out these cute bug explorer gifts:



Batman Birthday Bash


Bat Signal Favors
For my nephew Micheal's 4th birthday party I made these super easey batman favors:
How I made these super easy favors:
  1. I bought the multi-colored flashlights from the Dollar Tree. I ordered them online. I also got DD batteries from the Dollar Tree as well.
  2. I ordered the batman stickers from Etsy.com. Check them out here.
  3. The stickers were great and super easy to apply.
  4. I then found the batman thank you tags here. I printed them out and mounted them on yellow poster board. I then just gave it a hole punch and wrapped yellow ribbon through.


They really work too!

My newphew's table set-up:

The cat my talented MIL made:
The capes my sister-in-law made:

The cape I got for my nephew:
I got it made from etsy. Check out the site here.

makes a super cute gift!