I then announced this to my two who stared at me with big eyes and then both wanted to renegotiate their lists again. So we're 90% there.
D and I also get to have a joint list (for family) :)
|I thought some of you might want to see the menu from Harrie's Pancakes?|
I know the party theme but this year I'm not sure if I want to buy a party printable pack because I'm not sure anything beyond the banner, goodie bag tags and cupcake toppers will be used. Oh, and the thank-you card and invite.
I found a lady on etsy and she has packs which I need to customise (because of the girl/ boy twin element)... total comes to $15, which is fine IF you use it, but I'm loathe to pay money for things I won't use.
The free stuff I could find online is more blah...
Anyway, we've decided on a date and now we need to just do it.
This birthday during the school holidays business is going to be interesting....let's see once we send the actual invites out. I have a venue in mind and if half the kids can't come, I can't see the point of paying when I have a perfectly functional house.
Skipping the party
I threw out the idea of skipping the party and just going on holiday and all 3 (D and the kids) said a resounding NO! I guess that's not going to fly around here.
It's also going to be our busiest time at work (year-end), I really need to write an industry exam and and and...
Which brings me to MY party, which will be less than a month after theirs.
Every year I say I won't do anything for my birthday and every year I change my mind!
Last year was a big one so I had the big lunch at my house AND a birthday on the beach (which I recommend every time).
This year I'm sadly not going to the beach and I'm definitely not having a big lunch, but maybe a little something with a few close friends?
I don't know?
Over to you.
Have you thought about this year's birthday? Do you want to share your plans?