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In just a few short months, Col will be SEVEN! For his birthday this year we decided that in leu of a party, we’d travel and go on some really awesome adventures! So, instead of a seventh birthday party recap, we’re sharing ALL of the details from K’s Dino Birthday last year! It was by far, one of our favorite parties to date and has actually been pretty hard to top! There were so many details that went into this party and I truly can’t believe it when looking back! Was I even sleeping then?
Look hard at that photo up there!
Can you see what K is running from?!
OH. EM. GEE. He was so tiny!
One of my favorite details of a party is the kids’ table! I prefer to make lunch boxes for each kid prior to the party so it encourages them to fill their bellies before getting too invested in play!
These lunch boxes have been my favorite to date! Not to mention, I’m usually a #badmom on party day and am hustling to get everything ready that my kids have like a handful of cereal and a few grapes until party time so, they’re always ready to eat!
We made fossils out of Crayola Air-Dry Clay! They were super easy to shape and the kids LOVED digging and brushing them out with paint brushes from the Dollar Tree!
These were a little tough…Okay, like a huge pain in the ass but, SO worth it! Make sure to pour your jello after it’s already spent a little time cooling! You’ll thank me for saving you from a huge leaking mess on your counter tops!
Everyone LOVED these DIY Dino Terrariums! We picked up fish bowls, soil, seeds, rocks, moss, and plastic dinos from the Dollar Tree! It was a cheap and easy activity that the littles could take home with them!