For our daughter’s 6th birthday, I asked her what theme she might like. We’ve done a few fun ones in the past, including a Fairy Party and A Walk down Main Street. After some careful consideration, our daughter asked if we could have a Prince & Princess Party. And so the planning began!
Last year for our daughter’s birthday party we created a Fairy party. It was so much fun watching our daughter and her friends, seeing their excitement and amazement. Our daughter still talks about the fairies, wondering where they came from, and whether we might see them one day. So this year, my (incredible!) Mom and I decided that we would like to work on another fun party idea … A Walk Down Main Street.
This post is a bit late … but better late than never! A friend’s daughter recently turned 2 years old, and I have to admit I wasn’t sure what gift to get her that a 2-year old would enjoy! I have a 4-year old (and a newborn baby), but for the life of me, I couldn’t remember what was a hit with our little one a few years ago, when she was 2! I had to go back and take a quick look at my blog post (Tried & Tested Gift Ideas for a Toddler). Then it all came back to me!
If I’m already having troubles remembering favourite gifts from a couple years ago, I can’t imagine what I’ll be like when a few more years have passed! So this post is for me … future me! And perhaps it can help others out there too, who are in search of the perfect gift for a child celebrating their 4th birthday …
Our little girl turned 4 this year, and I wanted to do something special for her party. Something magical that she and her friends would be excited about, and maybe remember even after the party was over and the children had gone home.
I decided to plan a Fairy Birthday Party. First, my Mom and I created handmade invitations for my daughter’s friends. She had received another party invitation in the mail not long ago, and I saw the excitement she felt when she received a letter addressed to her. So I decided to go old school and make the invitations and mail them out.