Our little Polynesian princess turned 4 this weekend.
Here she is on
the island of Tonga the Florida panhandle getting inspiration for her birthday bash.
We had a little party for her and some friends Saturday morning. Morning party=nap time can still happen.
Since it was morning, we went with some light carbohydrates from Krispy Kreme and Chickfila.
This bouncy house/slide combo was worth its weight in gold.
Then we had a
very realistic pale Moana bring out the birthday cake.
Aunt Kitty sailed in all the way from the Polynesian Islands to join the festivities. Someone said to me, “What a great sister to do that!” This is very true, but don’t think she doesn’t love attention even if her hair looked like Cher.
I really thought the kids would think the Moana was fun for about 5 seconds and then be over it, but it was a hit! It was like a very very low-budget Disney World for everyone. Kat is available for your next function. She can dress as Elton John, Taylor Swift, Freddie Mercury, and now Moana and/or Cher.
These cute cookies were bagged up and given as favors.
Then we ended the morning with Claire getting this ride, and she can’t get enough. She drives around everyday as much as she can. She’s even a better driver than her Aunt Kitty.
It was a very fun morning but from here on out, I am instituting my girls birthday parties to resemble mine in the 90’s. I vividly remember asking to go to Burger King for my birthday once. I also remember one birthday with cake and a few friends in the backyard with balloons taped around the treehouse. Then for about four birthdays in a row I invited one friend (Shoutout to Joelle!) to a low-key waterpark named Krystal River. Unfortunately, they closed Krystal River due to some major bacteria problems. Let’s take it back to the simpler days without the e coli.