MiniBoo's birthday was last weekend and while we kept the party small, there was a lot of love for Flatout Flatbread!! But let's start at the beginning.
MiniBoo's birthday started like any other... I woke up earlier than I do to get ready for work. I cleaned the house from top to bottom. I mean I CLEANED. THE. HOUSE! Luckily, one of my close mom friends came over and she understands having a home that looks "lived in." Then came the mad dash to the the store to pick up the last of the ingredients. Which, I wanted to be fancy about, but MiniBoo dashed my plans and chose to only provide two types of cheeses and pepperoni.
The girls loved getting to use the cookie cutters to make different shapes with the Flatout Pizza Crust. They over coated their pizzas with sauce and cheese, so the shapes didn't exactly turn out as planned (unless you look at them from the bottom), but they had fun making them.
In regular mom fashion, we had our giggles during the party. We laughed at how the girls had more toppings on them than their pizzas. We also discussed that having a birthday party at home can be stressful. Luckily, Flatout Bread relieved a lot of that stress. It provided me with a meal option that the girls could take control of and it would occupy their attention for awhile. MiniBoo loved making the princess theme shaped pizza's that it was even her meal choice for the next day.
(There's supposed to be a cute video of MiniBoo making pizza, but due to uploading difficulties... it will be added later.)
After the girls ate, my friend brought up her daughter's upcoming birthday. This year, she has decided on a tea party. The girls are going to create their own tea party treats (like the ones below) with a little help from a local chef. I think that kid's cooking parties are going to become quite the trend and hopefully put an end to cooking being a dying art within our generation and our kids'.