Back in the early days of blogging I declined an invitation to review a personalised cake. Contemplating if I was insane to turn down free cake, I rationalised my decision based on the fact that I’m actually a bit of a cake snob. more “#Unicorn Cake Goals by Eat and Mess Bakery, Kent (Review)”
We weren’t planning on doing a big party for Tigs birthday this year, having used that as my main negotiating factor for the Disney trip back in October. However, as her big sixth birthday approached, it felt a little sad not letting her mark the occasion with her school friends as she is prime age for loving being the centre of birthday attention! more “A unicorn party at home using Kit and Kaboodle party kits (REVIEW) + #discountcode”
As you already know, Tigs turns six in a few weeks and I’m planning a party for her at home. The theme she has requested is ‘Unicorn’, obvs, and I’m on the hunt for some little touches to make her party special. Just because you haven’t gone for a third party venue, doesn’t mean you have to lose those extra twinkly touches. After all you just saved a god damn fortune on hall hire… more “Create an epic digital party invitation with mini-epic + #discount + #giveaway”
As a parent, the excitement of your child’s birthday can be bittersweet. The shared joy in seeing their overwhelming impatience for the day to arrive, the memories of the moment your little one arrived on this earth, and seeing them enjoy their day as you spend it celebrating together. more “Kids birthday parties; Go big or go home?”
If January is a month when social lives take a short break, then my kids didn’t get the memo. With a record tally of eight parties last month, including two double-bubble days, it has been a hardcore month of partying hard.
It’s a cliche parenting statement; “My kids have a better social life than me”, but seriously, when did I become the taxi driver of not one, but two tiny socialites? more “When kids party hard”
Having two children who were both born outside of the summer time was clearly quite bad planning on our part. It also means that birthdays forever more will involve either an uncomfortably overpopulated kitchen-diner or an overpriced rent-a-hall. It is with some envy I have sat back and watched other parents throw some beautifully simple summer garden parties and wished our child friendly garden was seeing some socialising action. more “How to host an epic Festival themed kids party”