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Saturday, December 19, 2015

PVZ Birthday for Kenzo's 6th Birthday

My son loves Plant vs Zombies for his party.

I was hoping he would change his mind as I am not ready to make a party looks like an extension of a Halloween party but he did not, and I had to do everything in a shorter time frame.

We started with the invites and decided on a cute and fun approach with zombie on it to fit the age range that we were going for, Kindergarteners.

With the invites done, we proceeded to go for the decors that will actually go with the party. It was easier as we had the colours of the invites to base on. I am happy with how we managed to make a theme that is supposed to be ghoulish look fun.

We started with banners that will be one of the main decor for the tables in the party. I got some fences from the local Daiso store here in Richmond, B.C.

We also decorated the utensils with a personalized napkin rings and coloured napkins to add a whimsical element to the food table.

Water bottles were also decorated to complement everything in the table.

Water Bottle Labels

Loot bags were next. Using the colour scheme and logo, I made each kid their own button which are also available here for purchase.

Personalized PVZ Button are available here

Snap pea crisp as part of the loot as it is related to the pea shooter in the PVZ game.

We also went ahead and made some sweet cups for the kids to enjoy.

The party venue got some packages you can add to your event. We decided on the popcorn and cotton candies.


As for the entertainment, a bouncy castle, some toy cars and a giant blocks kept them occupied.

Soon, it was time to do the traditional candle blowing...

* Ice Cream Slab Cake from Marble Slab Creamery

* Kenzo's Little Friends from Kindergarten

* Wishing time

Kindergartener Families that spent the day with us...

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to our Little Baby

...Love, Daddy, Mommy and Kimi

Sunday, December 06, 2015

Kouri Flute Academy Guitar Recital 2015

Kimi started taking up guitar lessons in Kouri Flute Academy starting September. It is a weekly thing that lasts for 30 minutes.

Fast forward to a few months of lessons, we were asked if we were interested for her to join the recital.

I haven't seen her during practice but I know for certain that this is an opportunity for her to get past her fears of playing onstage so I said yes.

Here is a snippet of what happened during the day of the recital.

She gets to play two piece.
Not perfect,but so proud of her for being calm and finishing both pieces.

* Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

...and because it was almost Christmas,

* Jolly Saint old Nicholas

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Kour Flute Academy
Burnaby, B.C.

Sunday, November 29, 2015

Funtopia for Kimi's 8th Birthday

Time sure does flies and I am so surprised that my little girl is now 8!

It was a simple party and we opted for the no fuss, yet fun way to celebrate.

There is a new place in Surrey that offers just that.

Funtopia is a place wherein kids can climb wall and pretend to be Spiderman for a day.

We round up our favourite gang and a party is on!

* Kimi is on top of her game
Photo courtesy of Charlie Ng

* BFF since they are toddlers

There are a play area after the climbing and it also is a place where the younger ones can enjoy...

A place for the dads to sit and hang around...

...while the mom had an opportunity for our traditional picture

And what birthday will be complete without the cake and food?

A picture of the kids...

..and the kids at heart

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Surrey, Canada


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