We all deal with change and stress differently and Miss Evy is having a rough go of it so when we were talking about ways to make new friends and how we can embrace this change she came up with the idea of a tea party. With boxes unpacked, a to-do a mile long, and Mama feeling stressed as well it was the last thing I wanted to do but knew we had to make it a priority! We jumped into full on tea party planning mode. I think my favorite parts of doing parties is seeing the creativity of the girls. They come up with the best (and some very hilarious) ideas! We challenged ourselves to only get a few special food items and use mostly what we had here and they girls worked together to create a fancy tea.
craft time (thank you Pinterest)
Anni was the nail tech for the tea party go-ers (there was as much nail polish on the skin as on the nails but it was adorable!)
these fancy, silly girls rocked the tea party.
Rain cramped our style at the end of our little luncheon but I think everyone had fun and as little girls in fancy dresses ran around our home playing and giggling I was reminded this is what is important. Taking time to make friends and not just worrying about all the newness and stuff that needs to get done. Right now Evy is at a craft camp planned by a 9 year old little girl and even though there is difficulty in this transition today we are grateful for new friends. Hope your week is fancy & fabulous. We all need a bit more tea party with friends in our days.