Tuesday, October 14, 2008

WE MET LIZZIE!!!

Very photo heavy post...however there are about a thousand pictures I could post so really you are getting off easy!
Tonya had a party on Saturday and I was soooo excited not only to see everybody, but because the Hedger's were going to be there. That meant that not only was there going to be somebody Hannah's age, but there was going to be a GIRL that was Hannah's age! However, what I did not expect was how much I would enjoy talking with Lisa. Not that I don't enjoy talking with Tonya, Sarah, Sue and Cat, but this was different. This was a mommy of a girl my girl's age. (Are you following me here?) That meant that we got to talk about things that applied to our girls. Things that the other parents are not facing either a. because they have male children, or b. because they are younger than Hannah. Anyway, what I am trying to convey here is just how nice it was to be able to talk to somebody at the same point that I am. Does that make any sense?
Anyway, moving on. The kids had such a great time. As always, Tonya was such a great hostess and had so much for the kids to do. They were buys most of the time which gave all of us mommas a chance to chit-chat. There was a cardboard box house, that had a bunch of shredded paper in the middle that hid the candy. Hannah and Liz actually sat in there forever picking out that candy. It was quite funny.
I think it is so cute how Alex is just peaking in!
There was bobbing for apples, and really what more can a bunch of almost two year olds want than a big bucket full of water and apples?

Hannah and Liz really enjoyed the bobbing.
They each got to make their own bag to collect the candy in. Tonya, so crafty had foam stickers, stamps and puffy paint for them to use.



There was even a bouncy house for them to jump in and boy did they love that.
When they weren't occupied with all of that, Will gave them a box of rocks to throw into the little fish pond. I think that was on of the highlights of the night. However, it was not until much later that Hannah discovered the fish.
Hannah and Liz were just so cute together! They played so well and at one point were upstairs playing by themselves. Every now and then somebody would go check on them to find that they were playing "Princess of the year!" Not sure what that is but okay. The one bummer is that they live so far away:( I did google it and if I have the right city then currently we are only roughly two hours away. Once I move though we will be almost four hours away!

Hannah and Liz saying goodbye:
I will leave you with some of the other cuties at the party. Unfortunately I am so bad about getting pictures of the older kids, mainly because they are so busy running around!

Dude, is this party over yet? 'Cause I am wicked tired!

5 comments:

Jaime said...

OMG!! I sure wish that we lived closer so we could've joined in on the fun! The pictures are priceless and I loved all the kids costumes. I have to the the Tootsie Roll was so cute! The girls looked so pretty in their princess dresses! What a wonderful day you had!

Lisa said...

Wow! It was such an INCREDIBLE day. I hadn't planned to stay so late, but I didn't want Hannah and Liz to have to say goodby. It's funny because I was just telling my mom how I ENJOYED talking with you because our experiences are so similar. We WILL keep in touch!!

Destini said...

What a great party! I wish we lived closer, all those boys close to Trace's age! So glad that Hannah got to meet Liz, they are at such a great age for playing together!

How Life Is Measured said...

So cute! You take such great pictures. I was so glad everyone was able to meet Liz and Lisa. I think I was as excited for Liz and Hannah to meet as you might have been!!! They were SOOOOOOOOOOOO cute together! Instant BFF's for life!
Cat

Caden and Mommy said...

Catie!
How adorable that Hannah and Liz got to meet! I LOVE those pictures! How fun .... We have yet to meet any LP kids near us! You guys are fortunate to be close to eachother. and I love the Backyardigan costume! Adorable!
Trisha