Although the party set-up didn’t go as smoothly as Kirsten would have liked, I think the final results from the twinkle, twinkle bash are pretty perfect. Celebrating her daughter Jane’s first birthday, she decided on an outdoor lunch party that both babies and adults could enjoy and didn’t let any detail go unnoticed. Take a look for yourself.
Ever since my trick-or-treating days have been behind me, Halloween hasn’t topped my list of favorite holidays. But having Beck has kind of changed that. Yesterday I woke up full of excitement, and Beck could sense it. He was dancing and clapping and had no idea why. Then, as the candy piled in his bag, I think it sunk in.
Here’s what trick-or-treating with an 18-month-old looks like:
As far as party decor goes, I’m a big fan of simple ideas that make a big impact. And this personalized balloon idea is just that.
Today’s the day! The day where you knock on doors and are given candy. Strange when you really think about it, but it’s a child’s dream. If you forgot a costume for your little one (or plain ran out of time), this marathon runner costume can be put together in 10 minutes or less with items you probably already own. All you need is: