Every year I, along with the help of my mother, host a party for both of my nieces. It’s not a cause for any celebration, we just give them a party and invite over all the ones in the family.
This year we hosted a, “Cooking,” themed party. We planned out a menu and decided that the little ones would make all their own food with the help of an adult of course, we would all bake our own desserts, and we would play cooking or food related games, have prizes, etc.
Candy bag prepping.
Aprons & Spatula’s for the little ones.
Prepping to make meatballs from scratch.
Taking turns mixing.
Rolling the meatballs.
Placing them on our first tray.
Placing meatballs on the second tray.
Prepping a salad.
Making our second batch of meatballs.
Head chef making spaghetti.
Out of the oven.
Posing with their “champagne,” bottles.
The girls think it’s really champagne.
Touch sense game.
Smelling sense game.
Taste sense game.
Girls & their prizes.
Taking turns mixing the batter.
Girls & their spatulas.
Scooping the batter to make cupcakes.
Best friend helping the girls.
Fresh out the oven.
Frosting & decorating.
Displaying their creations.
Chocolate covered strawberries.
Recipe cards we put in the candy bags for each girl to take home.
My mom & the girls.
My favorite part of the night I would have to say was when we all sat at the table to eat and when my youngest niece told everyone to bow their head for a prayer. I was about to say the prayer aloud until I heard her speak up and give it instead. I was so proud!
If you didn’t notice in the pictures, the girls had a great night!