The Little Week That Was: The Party Edition

by | Aug 1, 2011 | Little Celebrations, Little Family M-G Weekly Wrap-Up, Little Luca, PERSONAL AND FAMILY | 16 comments

The past week has been a doozy, the culmination of which was yesterday's play centre party extravaganza.

Yes, LD is now four years old.

Master Four

Cute little fucker, that one.

There's much I could say about the party but since we've eaten take-away pizza for dinner twice (count them, TWO TIMES) in a row and I desperately need to get an online supermarket  shop in tonight, brevity is a must. So let me give you the highlights package.

Awesome thing: play centre was nice and quiet when we arrived

Less awesome thing: someone pissed in the ballpit very early on

Least awesome thing: after laughing and shaking head in disgust at "some dirty, pissing kid" discovered dirty, pissing kid was mine

Cool thing: Granma was there to baby wrangle for most of the day

Even cooler thing: she really likes baby wrangling

Coolest thing: she's actually pretty brilliant at baby wrangling (read: I barely saw my children all day and never feared for their safety)

Baby-wrangler Extraordinaire
Sobering moment: Granma telling me later how she lost Zee at one point and found him in the middle of a private party, bawling his eyes out

True thing: Hey Granma, nobody's perfect

Thing I totally loved: catching up with three of my most beloved girlfriends

Also totally lovable thing: watching beloved girlfriend's kids hanging with mine

Funnest thing: kids riding 'The Bug'

Keep On Ridin'
Rudest thing: staff saying I was 'too heavy' to ride on 'The Bug' with Zee – I weigh no more than the average 12-year-old I'll have you know (possibly untrue but I am definitely the same height dammit!)

Grossest thing: beloved girlfriend's daughter opening mouth and pointing to unidentified foodstuffs within – we had not ordered any food yet. VOM.

Hilarious thing with possible non-hilarious repercussions: dinosaur costumes that may or may not have been infested with nits

Nits Ahoy!
Quietest moment: the car ride home. Two kids OUT.

And finally –

Gratuitous "my kid is so freakin' beautiful" shot:

Gorgeous Gratuitous
Happy Birthday LD.

NOTE: Yes, there was a cake. Expect to see that in an upcoming post with the working title "Cake Disasters and Party Fuck Ups"

Hello friends

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I’m Angie!  I mum. I write. I wife. My husband would say this is the correct order.  He’s so neeeedy. I live with my family in Melbourne, Australia, where I complain about the weather for 90% of the year – but I can’t imagine living anywhere else. Except maybe in Lake Como, waving to my neighbours George and Amal each morning.

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16 Comments

  1. Carol Townsend

    wish I had been there Angie xxxx

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  2. Ruthy

    Sounds like you guys had a great day….Happy Birthday kiddo 🙂 Love Reedy aunty, uncle and cousins!

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  3. MJ

    I’m sorry, but the piss-pit bit had me laughing. Woops! One of F’s mates did that when we were at a similar place for a bit of a combined 3rd birthday in our mothers group. The memories, I tells ya.

    Glad you had an enjoyable day, and now have some lovely (albeit urine-soaked) memories tucked away! x

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  4. christina

    AWESOME round up of what seems to have been a pissin’ good par-tay! 😉 Happy 4th to your LD!

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  5. Jackie

    This party seems like a fabulous one for the under 5 spot. Seriously, a party isn’t a a party until someone pisses their pants, right?!?

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  6. Penny

    Happy Birthday goodness!

    She is absolutely gorgeous. And I have my fingers crossed that there were no nits involved in the wearing of that fantastic dinosaur costume. We’ve battled lice twice, I wouldn’t wish it on anyone.

    Also, thank you for stopping by and commenting today. Made my day. 🙂

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  7. Anastasia

    Well at least they had fun! Happy Birthday to your beautiful little.

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  8. Galit Breen

    Oh sweet friend, how I’ve missed you! Love your recap, love you! XO

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  9. Angie @ The Little Mumma

    Thank you, Penny – although ‘she’ is actually is a HE. But you’re not the first person to make that mistake. My son? Is pretty!

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