The birthday party SHE planned entailed part scooby do and part phineas and ferb party. The girl has had this party planned since August 27th of last year ( the day after her birthday) and it has not changed.
Here are a few highlights of the interchangeable party:
Ducky Mo Mo cake (phineas and ferb)
Scooby fruit snacks (scooby do) which turned into a game on Casey's head
Casey later performed scooby do tricks for all the cousins and he was rewarded scooby snacks for playing dead and rolling over.
Once the kids swam, they watched phineas and ferb movie a present given to her by the Kjars. Jackpot!
It was back and forth between the two tv shows all night.
A quirky present she was dying for was a bag of Nacho Cheese Doritos. Nacho average kid. Nacho your average present. A perfect movie treat that counteracted all of the sweets before the movie. It's nice to have a junk food balance.
Thanks for all those who came, even via Skype
The next day we spent some time at the liberty park with the Kjar cousins who slept over. There is a whole field of playground and what do the kids want to do? Jump off the rocks and have us catch them. Playgrounds are overrated I guess.
Cute pictures with Mat I thought. It's nice to have a photogenic husband.
And the birthday surprise ending ba ba da da a trip to the RV lot. Gretchen has been obsessed, I mean OBSESSED with RVs, so I thought it would be fun to let her tour one.
Mr. Hughs was nice enough to let her take control of the wheel.
She was sold to say the least!
She now knows that she can rent one nightly for $250 dollars so she thinks that's what she'll start saving for since to buy one ($95,000) is a little out of her price range. It makes me think that we shouldn't buy a house just yet. Maybe this is our answer. After all, we are a family that likes to travel.
That's our little rock star with a RV!