Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Would It Be *Really* Wrong...

...if I borrowed my brother-in-law's daughter and made her call me "Mommy" so that we could go to this?

Mother's Day, Mommy & Me Princess Tea - Chicago - Lincoln Park
Chicago - Lincoln Park,
Saturday, May 2,
10:30am - 12pm

Come sip a cup of our Tea Forte (her's is sweetened!) while you and your princess create a paper garland crown of flowers adorned with a sweet ribbon train. You'll enjoy spending some quality pre-Mother's Day time helping her make a rubber stamped and sparkled pocket book, Mother's Day card and a decorative envelope for cookies. We know you'll leave inspired to have your own princess tea again at home!

The class includes a stretch and twirl break.

This workshop is specially designed for kids ages 4-7 and an accompanying adult.
Class fee covers one adult and child; to add an additional child for $20,
please contact the store directly. Two children maximum per adult.
We have other opportunities for you and your little one,
visit online or your local store for other current classes samples.

Oh. My. God. A stretch and twirl break? I think that everything in life should have one of those. Especially conference calls.

If there wasn't an age limit, my mom, sister, and I would be going to this. Even if mom didn't want to. It's ageism.


Mel said...

It's so not wrong! Every little girl needs to bond with her auntie! Plus, if you take her to this, you'll be the favorite! ;)

Anonymous said...

A stretch and twirl break?

You should definitely go--no one will care if you're the auntie. :)

And be sure to blog about how the "stretching and twirling" went.

Best Wishes

MidwestElle @ www.iowabride.blogspot.com