Recently, we celebrated Blair’s third birthday with a “Breakfast at Blair’s” theme party, based on Breakfast at Tiffany’s. I’m going to be posting about the party soon, but first I wanted to share these adorable Breakfast at Tiffany’s photos! I couldn’t be happier with this DIY Breakfast at Tiffanys photoshoot and I hope you’ll love the pics, too!
We are officially done with our stay-at-home orders in Kansas, which means a lot of area businesses are opening back up. My kids are especially excited to head back to the pool with Aqua-Tots Olathe. They’ve been taking swim lessons at Aqua-Tots for a couple years now, and really missed swimming while they were closed!
After the bakery we hired to make Colton’s birthday cake cancelled on us last minute, I had to figure out how to make a Yoshi cake on my own. I’m happy to report that I found this amazing method that allows basically anyone to put any character on a cake. Save this post on how to make a character cake for your kid’s next birthday, so you don’t end up in the same situation I did.
The highlight of our weekend was spending Saturday morning at Chuck E. Cheese! (Well, that and finding out that the Chiefs are going to the big game!) Did you know the Kansas City locations serve breakfast now? We had a blast checking out the Chuck E. Cheese breakfast, and I’ve included all the details for you in this post!
This is my second year of being the Room Mom for Colton’s preschool class. My main responsibility is party planning, which I know can be daunting. As we approach Halloween this year, I wanted to share my preschool Halloween party plans for those of you embarking on this same room parent journey!