Disney must have!

So I took my kids to Disneyland recently and it was the first time to take a 4 month old baby! I know I’m crazy. I got a lot of compliments on the burp cloths I made him.


My mom had made me lots of these cloth diaper burp cloths before my son before he was born and I love them! They clean up everything and my son spits up a ton! So with everyone asking me where to get them I’ve decided to sell them. If you are interested please contact me @ kellpeaks@hotmail.com!
The price is 3 for $18 plus shipping. More prints will be up soon! Please tell your friends. This would be great for a baby shower! Payments will be received through PayPal.

Surprise trip?!

My husband and I decided to take our kids to Disneyland. We wanted it to be a surprise so i started to look for ideas. I came across this gift box one. When you open it, it pops open to reveal the surprise! I was thrilled. I didn’t have enough time to order one so I decided to make it myself. I personally think the one on etsy is better looking you can check it out here
Anyways, I made this box out of a dollar store gift box. It worked perfectly. Here it is!
The outside

The inside…

We told them Monday and left on Wednesday afternoon. It definitely cut down on the anticipation meltdowns and millions of questions. We had a blast! Hope this helps you all!!

Airplane party

My son loves everything with wheels. So this year we had a Airplane party. Having a new baby at home has made it hard to be creative with the no sleep thing. So I looked up Pinterest to see what others have done with this theme. It was great and it really helped my mind.



My son’s favorite color is orange so we had include anything orange.


We had lots of snacks. Of course you have to have airplane basics like peanuts and pretzels.


We had cake, jello, cookies, and a couple different candies.


The mini chalk boards were from hobby lobby for a dollar.


The plane cookie cutter was from Hobby Lobby also for 1.99.


I went to Pebbles in my Pocket and saw this adorable take home gifts. We recreated them at home with paper we picked out there.


I found this great ideas at http://sweetbabymasonjames.blogspot.com/2013/02/paper-airplane-birthday-party.html


Even more important than looking good they have to taste good.


My sister had this great old suitcase that fit the theme perfectly!


The plane is made from the decorative paper bought at Pebbles in my Pocket.


This was my favorite party of the party! Pebbles in my pocket have kits that you can buy and you just put the planes together and it comes out this awesome garland. I custom picked the paper but they have pre-cut and picked prints. I love that store!

I know I didn’t have original ideas this time and I got a lot of help from pinterest and other stores but I just wanted to show you how these parties are possible. Some parties you see on pinterest or google look like a ton of work and impossible on a budget. I just want to show you that you can!(if you want)