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The girls came dressed in their pajamas, and first took turns at two activity centers: threading cereal for edible necklaces and decorating paper sacks for the pinata candy. After my husband read them the book, 'If You Give a Pig a Pancake,' the girls ate a breakfast of pancakes, yogurt parfaits and mini muffins. The table was set with cookie cutters and pancake toppings and they had a ball playing with their food, then gobbling it up! A pinata in the backyard was the final activity before each guest was handed a goodie basket of cookies and milk as a parting gift.
Watching everyone cut shapes out of their pancakes, then pile them up with toppings (choc chips, pb chips, diced bananas and strawberries)
Most Touching Moment
My daughter's sweet, shy expression as we sang to her.
Everyone wore their cutest pajamas...even mom and dad!
What People Ate
Pancakes, mini muffins, grapes and yogurt parfaits. The grown-ups had a coffe and palmier station.
What People Drank
The girls drank milk or orange juice, served out of small glass bottles.
Activities / Games
Making necklaces out of Fruit Loops and Apple Jacks; decorating paper sacks with colors and stickers - they later filled the sacks with candy from the pinata.