Friday, June 6, 2014

Mommy Daughter Date

Arya is a clingy little leech sometimes and more often than not she monopolizes my time with her incessant needs: feed me, change my diaper, make sure I don't choke on a rock, blah, blah, blah.  But I still need some quality time with my big girl.

My big girl who loves all things princesses and dresses, so I took her to a Royal Princess Ball.  It was hosted at an actual wedding hall.  We were greeted by Anna, Elsa, Tink, Rosetta, and Jake from the Neverland Pirates.  Princess Tiana and Prince Naveen were the emcees.  It was a Tangled themed event so once we were seated there was a little skit with Rapunzle and Flynn Rider.  It was so cute.  Then we had a really yummy buffet brunch, took pictures with Rapunzle and Flynn and then it was off to the stations.

The first one was a hair braiding station, then we went to decorate the braid with flowers,  we made a crown, and threw apples to Maximus, but the best part was the dance party.  They had a few organized dances like learning to fly in Pixie Hallow with Tink and Rosetta and some big circle dance with Tiana.  The freestyle dancing with the princess was the funnest.  She was following Elsa around like it was nobody's business.

It was such a fun date for the two of us to do together and she had a royal ball!


Yulunda G. said...

This is what life is all about, enjoying the good times and creating memories.

What an awesome experience for you and your daughter as I believe kids should enjoy life to the fullest and never have to worry with or deal with all the drama in the world.


BTW, I have a daughter who is in constant need to. It is all about her!

Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Lana L. said...

How fun! I love having boys, but reading about events like this makes me wish I had a girl too!

Preslaysa Williams said...

So precious. I have a 2 year old daughter now, and you've given me the inspiration to have a mommy-daughter date of my own

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