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:~: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 :~:

Ding Dong The Party's Gone

Whew...that's the sound of me exhaling loudly. Today was my dd's 8th bday party. I pushed for a party away from home, she wanted to have a party at home. She won. I limited the invites to 10 kids, it blossomed somehow to 20. Again, she won (Hmm...seeing a pattern here.) It was chaos here today to put it plainly. Thankfully though, it's now over. One more bday party and I'm done for the year. Starting in Jan. my kids have bdays just about ever five weeks. At what age do they stop wanting to have bday parties?????

What have I been up to? Hm. Let's see. Writing. Basically, that's it. Really in the zone with the WIP, and I love the feeling. Hoping to get to the halfway mark soon.

I booked our vacation to Maui today. We're going in April. DH and I have never been to Hawaii, so I'm really stoked. Esp. since we're going sans kids.

Okay, that's as much update as I can manage today. If any of you have been to Maui, what things/places are a must-see?

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Blogger Paty Jager said...

I haven't been to Maui. I have a cousin who lives on one of the islands. My daughter and her husband visited one of her friends on one of the island a couple years ago. I'm thinking the big island since her husband was in the Navy.

Don't you just love birthday partys! And they only get more expensive at they get older. They invite less people, but want to do things like go skiing, or ice skating, or water skiing.

Way to go on the writing!

3:58 PM  
Blogger Elisabeth Naughton said...

LOL, Paty. I tried to convince dd to have the party somewhere else - I was willing to fork out the dough to save my sanity. But nope, she wanted the party at home (and a crazed mother to boot).

8:07 PM  
Anonymous Michelle said...

I love going on holiday, have fun! I have a birthday party coming up, but my dd WANTS it away from home. Whew!

11:47 PM  
Blogger Elisa said...

I haven't been to Maui. I'd love to go, but if I ever get there, it won't be happening for a good, long while.

Yuck on the birthday party. We don't do those anymore, and I'm so happy about that. lol Instead, the kids get to pick the restaurant and we go out for a really nice dinner. (The younger 2 have birthdays that are a day apart, so they decide together which restaurant they want to go to and we get those two birthdays out of the way in one night. lol)

The best party I did at home was for my middle guy when he turned 9. We got a DVD, popped popcorn and ordered pizza, and sat them in the living room for a "movie screening". 1 1/2 hours of peace and quiet, followed by a half hour of cake and presents before the parents came to get the kids. It was a very easy, quiet party. :grin:

1:50 AM  
Blogger TJBrown said...

What would I want to see in Maui? A never ending supply of drinks with umbrellas in them.

And we just pulled of the last big birthday bash we will ever have for our kids... the sweet sixteen. So enjoy the ride... you have YEARS yet:)
teri

10:35 AM  
Blogger Lexi said...

Being in the zone is awesome! I hope it lasts for you.

Maui sans children? How wonderful! Get lots of sun and drinks with umbrellas!

9:13 PM  

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