A month ago, Tigger said he wanted a Minecraft themed 6th birthday party. He then changed his mind to Ben 10, and then changed his mind again to superhero and then again to Minecraft. At this point I quickly locked down on it and went online to get an invitation.

Party Steps :
1. Make a guest list first :I quickly made a guest list which came to 20 kids.
2. Pick Venue : Royal Stables in Abu Dhabi is my favourite party destination in cooler weathers in Abu Dhabi.It is where we had my little sister’s baby shower also.
3. Date : Yes, pick the venue before the date to see if the venue is free, if it can pick kids etc. The party was going to be the day after his birthday as it just was more convenient for everybody.


The invitations turned out beautifully, and Tigger was super excited to hand them out. He gave them to his classmates, his teacher, his swimming coach, and so on. Suffice to say we had over 20 people at the party.

I will be posting more details of the party.

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Invite design from Chakra19Shop on Etsy .
The print was done by a company called Advertec locally.


Photographed by Me

Last week was the spring show at Tigger’s school. Before I go into that I should tell you how much I love his school. Other than the regular stuff one would expect from the school, they have really let Tigger blossom as a real little person.

I would never have expected Tigger to be coming home with a sticker and a huge grin for introducing the whole class at the show and remembering ALL the words. *super applause*

It was a bit of a struggle for me to find an elephant’s costume that Tigger would wear. Unfortunately he is picky about itchy, starchy clothes. But that apart, he loved that I bought some face paints, and a quick internet tutorial at 6 in the morning later, he was happy.

Sadly I missed the show. Pregnancy really hit me hard last week and i could barely get out of bed. Mr. A was super helpful in getting Ayaan dressed, and getting him to school. Also why i only have ONE decent picture of the show.

Super proud mummy today.