Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Camp Katie Day Nov 2010

It has been a while since we had a Camp Katie Day here in our corner of the Garden State. Yesterday, Princess and Peanut were happily surprised when Bella and Jules
arrived for a full on Thanksgiving themed Camp Katie Day. Seriously happy.
Hugging for 15 minutes happy. We have all seen each other at birthday parties and play dates,
but an official Camp Katie Day is different apparently.

The girls made "plates of food" and such.

discussed holiday plans..

played outside, ate lunch, watched part of a movie (Ponyo), went back outside to act it out..
Princess came in cold, put a sweater over her long sleeve shirt (odd for her), sat on a chair outside
for a while and came in shivering and pale. I put her on the couch with a blanket and she fell asleep. The girls all came in and sat near her watching the rest of Ponyo while having snacks.
She woke up to say goodbye to Bella and Jules, had a bowl of soup with Peanut, fell back asleep.
Peanut woke her up to say goodbye, when her protests to stay were ignored by the adults
(loyal..she is), she had soup, fell asleep woke up when Farmer Dad got home, threw up,
slept...it went on until 11pm when we all went to bed. She was up at 6:30am and feeling better,
although still not 100%. Due to her surprise illness, I didn't get a photo of the craft,
but they had fun making it. I'm pretty sure that was the point.lol
Mama made a fresh pot of chicken soup..time to feed my sick little Princess.
((Big Hugs)) KateinNJ

2 comments:

FairyLover said...

I'm sorry her day was ruined by getting sick. Hope she feels better soon.

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Kate in NJ said...

Thanks Kathi..she is all better now.

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