A Pinkalicious Soiree!

You may remember back when my oldest turned 11 and I showed you her Hollywood Themed Party. After her party my then 6 year informed me she wanted a pink birthday party. “EVERYTHING has to be PINK Mommy”. So I got to Google-ing!
We used one of her favorite books, Pinkalicious for inspiration. For food we had the Pinkalicious cupcake (of course), finger sandwiches in the shapes of stars, hearts, and scalloped circle, pink candy & sprinkle dipped marshmallows, Oreo cookie’s with pink cream middles (lucked up on those), pink gumballs, pink fruit dip and fruit, and my favorite PINK deviled eggs! IMG_3078
All of the decorations were hand made. I started in May!IMG_2854IMG_2872
Are those pink filled Oreo’s the best thing you’ve ever seen! I almost screamed with excitement when I saw them in the grocery store. My original plan was to buy the blonde ones and dip them in pink chocolate.IMG_2887IMG_2906
All the girls’ got their own pink tutu, wings, pearls, and tiara’s.IMG_2919
They played –Pin the cherry on the cupcake-IMG_2935
Sissy & her friends read them the Pinkalicious Story.IMG_2944
They played -Cookie Face- you have to put a cookie on your forehead and try to get it into your mouth without using your hands.
Sister and her friends were a HUGE help, they took care of the party guests so I could be free to take pictures.IMG_2993IMG_3001IMG_3013
Sissy was so excited to help, she made cupcake shaped name tags for herself and her friends. They painted each of the girls nails.IMG_3054
After all of the presents were opened, belly’s full of cupcakes and ice cream, and all the games had been played. They ran around blowing bubbles. Pookie Doo said it was the best Birthday Party EVER! (She say’s that after every party).

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NY Day 3 & 4: Seeing ALL the sights!

Day 3 was our Itinerary was jammed packed! We wanted to see as much as possible. So this post will be EXTREMELY picture heavy! Sit back grab your coffee/tea or whatever and enjoy!

IMG_1805    Our Hostess with the Most-est: Andrea and her BFF our Terrific Tour Guide: Lynda.IMG_1701    Onboard the LIR (long island railroad) making our way to Penn StationIMG_1709IMG_1715IMG_1719 THE BEST WAFFLE I HAVE EVER EVER EVER TASTED! All the ladies voted this as the #1 Restaurant we dinned in during our trip! Definitely going back soon!   I’ve always wanted to hail a Taxi like Carrie used to do on Sex in the City.                                                                IMG_1727IMG_1721


After checking out the Historic Apollo Theater, we got on the train and ended up at Central Park. We walked a bit through it and ended at 5th Avenue. Walked down 5th Ave and stopped at Rockefeller Center.IMG_1799IMG_1809IMG_1815IMG_1830IMG_1831IMG_1839IMG_1844IMG_1850IMG_1857IMG_1915IMG_1868IMG_1887

We planned to visit the Empire State Building Observatory but the Top of Rock guy suggested we visit it’s Observatory instead to actually see the ESB. Good call! MUST DO!


Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream @ a Ben & Jerry’s store! (Yes, I had dessert before dinner-don’t judge me!) Time for a late lunch/dinner @ BBQ’s Restaurant.  The chicken was perfect, not at all dry and very delicious! This was the 2nd best restaurant for me!



The Madame Tussauds Wax Museum was fun. Love the Edward Cullen figure. If these are made true to life a lot of celebrities are REALLY little. Lady Gaga-TINY, Justin B.-itty bitty, Prince-teensy weensy.


After a full day and I mean FULL! We had one more stop. We went back to Andrea’s first to get gussied up to go to Caroline’s Comedy Club. Headlining that night was Paul Mooney. He was okay- I wouldn’t go see him again though. But in all the trip was AMAZING! We had the time of our lives. I’m going back in October but this time with The Hubs and kiddo’s-this will be an adventure. On our “to see” list….The Statue of Liberty, M&M’s store, Museum of Natural History, CP Zoo, and maybe Coney Island.

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