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A Pinkalicious Party

Today Emily went to Sarah Grace's 4th birthday party. The theme was Pinkalicious and was it ever cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Tracy is the hostess with the mostess! She went all out. Emily had a great time. They got their nails painted, had monogrammed shirts and tutus, made a necklace and a fairy wand. It was all so organized!

I had told Sarah Kate the party was for the big girls. That did not fly too well with her when we got there. I had planned to drop Emily off, run an errand or two and then come get her. I gave into Sarah Kate's fit and we stayed. Bless her heart, she jumped right in there for the story and everything else they did. She actually acted really good.




Do you think SK was enjoying her cupcake??????
Sarah Grace and Tracy.


Comments

Lauren said…
Oh my goodness, that is the cutest party EVER!!!!!!!!!!! Seriously, why can’t grownups have cute parties like that?? HAHA!!
Vonda Axe said…
That Tracy really does up a party!! Love those girls, but they are not suppose to be getting older that fast.
Precious PINK Party! Your friend sure does know how to throw a little girl's party!
Brittany said…
Wahoo!! That is my kind of party! How cute!! Hope she had a great time :)
Elaina Weaver said…
Oh my goodness!! What a party! Every little girl's dream.
The Garners said…
Wow--what a super cute party!
KatieB. said…
I love that party! I don't have children, but I adore Fancy Nancy and have bought all the books for my future daughters.
BamaLady said…
Was saddened to read your line "I gave into her fit"....how many mistakes come out of that? That was a bad example of parenting on every level....continue this and there will be lots more problems. You don't want to read this but on some level you must know it iz the truth. Be the parent, stand up to SK and let her know that "fits don't get rewarded".
Anonymous said…
How fun! Love all the pink - a little girls dream :)
Tracy said…
Laurie, you took some really cute pictures! Thank you for bringing the girls today. We love you guys so much! I am so glad SK got to be apart of the party. What a big girl she was!
Tara G. said…
What a darling party!!! I enlarged nearly every picture to get a better look!
Faith said…
Wow, that is quite the party! I know that my sweet niece, Emma, would LOVE a party like that. I may have to keep this in my file of ideas )
Katie said…
Laurie, I have followed your blog for sometime and just had to show our 2 year old this blog post. She will be 3 in December and cannot stop telling everyone that they can come to her Pinkalicious Party. It's her favorite book and we will be "borrowing" this idea on the prairie in North Dakota. Love the pictures!
Katie
Run26.2Mom said…
Great party idea, a very creative mama!
Jill said…
This is the cutest party for little girls!! Love it.

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