by Heather Bock JP wants to be an astronaut when he grows up. I’m using it to my advantage because I said it’s really difficult to become an astronaut–you have
by Heather Bock Welcome to JP’s 5th birthday party, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle style! What’s funny is that JP hasn’t even watched Ninja Turtles for a long time, as we
by Heather Bock I’ve been wanting to host a tea party for my daughter and her friends and their moms for a long time, and I’m glad I finally did
I originally intended to make a tissue paper flower to put on the back of chairs at a mother/daughter tea for my seven year old daughter, but as we worked
Mr. C turned six years old, and when I asked him what he wanted the theme of his birthday party to be, he knew he wanted it to be Ninjago.
My princess Little E turned four! She loves all the princesses, but after wavering between Sleeping Beauty and Snow White, and once she saw that a Snow White party would
JP turned one! We celebrated with a trendy Little Man Mustache Bash filled with kitschy sayings. Most of my ideas were from Pinterest, so I can’t take much credit for
This picture says it all: 40 and still HOT! Decorations were easy–I just strung up pictures from throughout his life: We played a “How old?” game where people had to
For Mr. C’s fifth birthday, we decided a superhero party would be most appropriate, as he loves pretty much any one of them. Mr. C and Little E helped me
Congratulations to my husband, Dr. Gregory Bock! On May 10, he participated in his graduation ceremony, which although it didn’t make his PhD official, did make it seem more real.