When the girls came out after they had changed, it was a flurry of activity as they got their sleeping bags and blankets all set up.
Then Alya and Rebecca set up all the food, talk about a spread!
Hot dogs, chicken, corn on the cob, pizza, bananas (of course!), cupcakes and candy bars. Plus a nice assortment of smoothies, sodas and lemonade. The girls did a terrific job in getting everything ready, I was impressed.
Everyone who wanted something to eat made up a plate–there were some interesting combinations:
In case you are wondering where Cassandra’s glasses are–she recently got some contacts to wear for cheerleading and decided that this would be an excellent way to test out the ability to sleep in them. She still prefers her glasses though, she said that contacts are a lot of work, but she doesn’t have to worry about them flying off when doing a flip!
Once everyone was situated, it was time to start the movie. Any ideas as to what was showing?
When the movie was over, they all asked if they could watch Despicable Me 2. It was still early enough, so we went ahead and watched it. By the time the second movie was over with, there wasn’t much food left!
And the garbage can was full.
After the movies were done, the girls talked and laughed until they all fell asleep. This is what the living room looked like around midnight:
I think the girls all had a great time. Happy Birthday Cassandra!! Now to figure out where to put all of her presents…
Special thanks to Evil Twin for bringing her girls to the party and helping out with everything! In case you were wondering, the bananas are banana flavored candy, the cupcakes are Trader Joe’s Mini Peanut Butter cups that I “iced” using yellow candy melts and the eyes are Wilton’s Minion Royal Icing Decorations. The candy bars are Hershey Miniatures wrapped with a free printable that I found here.