We chose a Winnie the Pooh theme - after all, the Winnie-the-Pooh characters are her favourite, although she just recently discovered Curious George and she finds it so funny.
I made some party food - really basic stuff and we tried to keep it relatively healthy, but of course you can't have a party without some sweet treats too.
And mean Mommy that I am, we served the bread, fruit, sausage rolls and little sausages first and after we were sure the kids ate something from this selection, did we serve the chocolate and chips (or crisps - I once worked with a girl who came from the UK and she couldn't handle it when people say "chips" instead of "crisps").
And of course then it was time for presents. Caitlyn opened most of her presents all by herself, but every so often asked her big sister for help and Bianca was more than happy to help.
One of the presents that we gave Caitlyn, we bought on the 26th of December when our one shop had some specials as part of their Boxing Day Sales. And we bought this set for $20 (before the sale it went for $49), so I thought it was a pretty good bargain at the time.
Caitlyn had a great time pretending to take Pooh Bear for a walk:
And even tried out the baby cot which looks similar to her own cot - wow, Caitlyn has really grown up :-). I think she felt a bit confused at times and didn't quite understand why it looked like her own cot, but she wasn't able to lie down.
And finally it was time for the cake:
We had a great time indeed! Thank you so much for all the birthday wishes we received through our blog and email!