The girls and I were so fortunate to spend some creating time with Sassy & the Sprout at Studio 13. The girls created so many wonderful pieces out of clay!!
CD made many little ornaments that are now hanging on our tree, a few magnets and a one of a kind piece of artwork that I'll cherish forever! She went to work with a piece of clay and every little tool that Sassy handed her!
Sassy showed CJ how to make the cutest little bowls! These little masterpieces are going to make a lot of people happy on Christmas morning!
Thanks again for sharing your time and studio with us! We created a couple of special gifts in our own workshop for Sassy & the Sprout that we delivered today! Pop on over to Sassy's blog to check out what we made.
Pop on over and visit Kendra at My Insanity for a journal give away. She has a child's journal up for grabs that looks great. CJ started her journal when she was 3 and we love reading through them. She really enjoys seeing how far her printing has come along and all the things that kept her busy when she "was a little girl".
Tomorrow I'm off to join Saucy & Sassy and 14 other ladies for an afternoon of laughs and construction of Christmas Charm bracelets. I'm still finishing my charms for the sway after some technical difficulties. I ended up making two different ones because I'm not 100% thrilled with how they turned out... Saucy really is the master!
We started our tradition last year by starting with brunch downtown (that way we are able to park our car on the parade route). I was dishing CD up a plate and she was yelling at me across the restaurant "Mommy see me? Mommy get me food?" She enjoyed the herb crusted pork loin the best!
CJ did a good job of picking a balanced brunch herself and did NOT enjoy the pork loin but had a few helpings of the little oven roasted potatoes and pickled beets. Dessert was a big hit!
Quick little photo shoot by the fireplace.
Nice and bundled for the parade, Moto-Moto and I joined them for a cuddle to enjoy the parade together.
There he is! It's Santa!
The girls had their pictures with Santa while Mrs. Claus and I visited. She was quite interested on how I made the girls Christmas ruffle jeans. Maybe they will be a big trend and elves will be busy working on them for next year!?
CJ was the winner of the parade colouring contest for the second year in a row! She told me, "Mommy, it's all about the glitter. That's why I won!" Maybe I'll try a little on the next lottery ticket I buy! She picked up her prize from Santa after the parade and she got...
Hal Moose from Build-a-Bear sporting his winter outfit!
It's a great start to the Christmas season! So while we get ready to decorate for Christmas this weekend...
The other night my darling 2 year old wheeled out her luggage and said,
"Bye Mommy. Saucy's house. Make me little cakes!"
Now, I've made me some cupcakes around here and learned from the best but I guess they just aren't as good as Saucy's!! We ran into Saucy and the Fan on the weekend at the fancy schmancy garden store downtown while browsing for Christmas decorating ideas and I told them the story.... well just look what was delivered today!!
She knew right away who they were from and was THRILLED!
What a lucky little girl!! She definitely loves her LITTLE CAKES from SAUCY!
Thanks again for such a sweet treat for our little lady!
CJ celebrated her first ever Wacky Hair Day at School. I was stumped for ideas with her shorter hair style (and it's thick and doesn't hold any kind of curl) so we did our "meatball hair" ~ we often do it when play beauty shop. Pinned in some snowflake confetti and gave her some blue streaks with my Christian Dior hair mascara. The photo doesn't show it off too well. It was a quick shot before heading off to school & work. She reminded me a little of Cindy Lou Who in the Jim Carey version of The Grinch.
We finally got around to shooting a couple of photos at the awesome mural here in town! We only got a few as it is on a very busy major street and I was on my own with the girls while Moto-Moto was working on more home renos. I had to shoot as quickly as possible and not too worried about the sun spots... I was more worried about CD taking a run & having to tackle her before she got close to the street. Glad we made it there!!
CD had so much fun with her friends, running around and climbing on the play structure! She is such a big girl now! We played "Who Stole the Cookie", four corners, and read If You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Numeroff (one of my favorites).
Sharing her special day with some special people. Even the bigger girls had fun! Look at how the Sprout is admiring the birthday girl!!
"Little cakes" were made using the wonderful instruction of Saucy!
Big sister decorated these!
Milk and cookie favors. This was a wedding favor idea I found somewhere but fit perfectly with our pj party theme. The poem reads "It is a delicious moment, certainly, that of being nestled in bed and feeling that you should drop gently into sleep. Sweet Dreams!" Guests also left with a story book to cuddle up with and enjoy.
Thank you to everyone who made our little girl's special day a great one! Thanks to Sassy's McDreamy for bringing the Sprout, hope he's feeling better!
Thanks friends for all the wonderful Halloween Treats!!
Tomorrow CD's 2nd Birthday Party! She had lots of fun and fell asleep as soon as she was put to bed! It was nice to have her special friend The Sprout! Hope you had fun even though you were a little under the weather.