Let It Goooooo! Let It Goooooooooo! Sound familiar?
That’s right, we threw our little Eliza a Frozen Themed Birthday Party – mostly a family gathering, but a party nevertheless.
FYI: This is going to be a Frozen-themed-picture-heavy-all-over-the-place-type-of-post.
You’ve been warned. 😉
Let’s start with my little munchkin nibbling on a cracker. She’s always eating. Always.
Like mother, like daughter, I suppose!
The two pictures below were my best attempts at getting my children together for a photo.
Why, oh why won’t they ever look at the camera and smile?!
…and wouldn’t you know it, she’s eating again… Love her.
These two love each other so very much.
I had to laugh when I looked at this photo because Eliza’s holding cheese in this picture.
She had obviously moved on from crackers to cheese. So funny!
Sure, they won’t smile and say cheese (well, perhaps Eliza would for an actual piece of cheese…I kid, I kid…), oh but when one is told to be a superhero…
…you be a superhero!
Except Eliza, she’s the Birthday girl – she decided to stay in Princess mode and that’s perfectly okay. 🙂
These pictures crack me up!
Ready for cake!
While opening gifts, Eliza received lots and lots of good stuff! It was fun to watch her receive her own toys!
Oh and look at these adorable headbands that my sister, AKA – Aunt Kimmy, made for Miss. Eliza. Aren’t they the cutest?!
Elsa wig? Check.
Elsa pajamas? Check.
Elsa doll? Check.
Elsa cape? Check.
My mom, AKA – Grandma Liz, made this “Let It Go” cape, as Eliza likes to call it. It’s so sparkly and pretty. Seriously, the talent! Eliza has had to wear it every.single.day. this week and she has had to sleep with it, too.
…and as you can see, Miss. Eliza is also sporting her new socks, new flamingo dress (Old Navy) and new Supergirl hat!
Let’s rewind for a tick-tock-second and let me show you our food table (apparently I’m too lazy to have two separate blog posts). #bloggerproblems #iaintgottimeforthat
I knew I wanted to label the food. I had originally planned to purchase Frozen themed food labels from Etsy. However, as luck would have it, our ink and printer were not getting along, so I took it upon myself to design these food labels on Picmonkey and then I cropped them on our local grocery store photo department website!
All the ideas for food came from various Pinterest pins.
Take a look and tell me what you think!
Welp, there you have it. There’s only one more birthday for the year in this little family of four and it’s Jon’s 35th birthday on June 13th!
Perhaps I can throw him a leftover Big Hero 6/Frozen themed party?! I’m sure that hasn’t been done yet! 😉
My little guy is turning 4 in less than a month! Just a second, let me look at his birth pictures whilst I weep in the fetal position…………………………………………………………. Okay. I’m back. Every now and then it helps to have an ugly cry. “What kind of party will be having,” you ask? We’ll be having…