My parents recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary. 40 years! I knew that I wanted to do something special to celebrate so many years of marriage and love.
We are a close family. We love spending time together. I feel like I have the most incredible parents you could ask for: kind, sweet, funny, supportive, and encouraging. Their 40th anniversary was a chance to do something special for them, as a way of thanking them for everything they have done (and still do!) for us.
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.
This post was originally published on Victoria Moms Blog.
When I was little, we always spent New Years Eve as a family (often grandparents included!). For my husband who grew up in South America, New Years Eve is a big celebration, and one that is always spent with your family. Growing up, he was taught that you can miss Christmas if you must … but you’d better be there for New Years Eve! Now that we have a daughter of our own, we have continued the tradition of a Family (and close friends!) New Years Eve. For those of you looking for family-friendly NYE options this year, I’ve gathered some ideas here: a listing of family-friendly Victoria NYE events being held around town, and ideas for throwing your own NYE party with family and friends at home!