Last Saturday morning, Hannah’s parent-toddler class was more or less “transformed” into a Children’s Christmas Party for all the kids and their siblings. It was an annual affair for all the kids in the parent-toddler classes, and they had a garden party with Teddy Bear tents, splash pools, ball pits and also art and craft areas for the kids to explore.
Both Ethan and Hannah had a fun time making a Christmas wreath with Daddy. Check out the level of concentration on my little girl’s face… 🙂
And of course, a Christmas Party is never complete without food! Each family was asked to bring something to share with the rest and for a change from my usual cupcake fare, I decided to try my hand out at making Christmas sugar cookies in the shape of Christmas trees 🙂
I’d forgotten that I did not have enough icing sugar for the frosting, and my last minute attempt to buy it from Tesco the night before the party failed because Tesco had run out of it too. So I had to use whatever icing sugar I had left to make the royal icing and improvised. Not bad for a first attempt, eh? 🙂
The party ended with some songs and fun for the kids, and finally an appearance by “Santa Clause”, who gave away the presents to the kids as part of the gift exchange.
It was a fun Saturday morning for all, and a great way to end the year… 🙂