Sunday, March 6, 2011

Banana Bread Tea Party....

So if you remember last week when Lil Sara heard her Grandparents were coming to visit us, she insisted we bake them a cake...I pulled a fast one and let her make banana bread, which to a 2 yr old is the same as cake, so no harm no "chicken"...Well today I am sharing some of the snap shots I took during the tea party Lil Sara hosted so we could consume her delicious baked goods.

Firstly lets cover the dishes we used...The trusty old "Everyday Ware" white pieces were pulled for this occasion...mainly because we are dealing with a 2yr old and the white pieces are the easiest replaced..."just in case"...We added the white with purple flower sugar and milk jug set (target clearance find) to the table as well...when taking tea with Sara 2 milk jugs are required...one for her and one for everyone else to share...We served Banana Bread of course, but also fresh strawberries and Graham Crackers...The new blue and white 2 tiered server was a lucky find at the flea market for $1...

Here is a our lovely little hostess sipping at her first cup of milk, with 2 sugars thank you very much..Nama had peppermint tea, myself English breakfast as always and Poppa had Ginger Ale...Our other guests chose just to watch the festivities since they infact are really only toys *wink*

Sara and Nama

Sara and Poppa

Uh Oh! Our little hostess decided she wanted a second cup and boy did that cup fill to the top FAST...Oh No...What to do, What to do...there is no WAY that cup is getting to her mouth without making a huge mess of spilled milk...

So to avoid tears, we broke with tradition and she drank her second cup with a straw :)

Blessings Kelsie

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Rose Chintz Cottage & Inspirations - Tea Time Tuesday

Lady Katherine Tea Parlor - Tea Time Tuesday

Wander Lee and Pam's - Tea Pot and Tea Things Tuesday

and party Co-hosts:

Martha's Favorites - Tea Cup Tuesday
&
Terri, Artful Afirmations - Tea Cup Tuesday

12 comments:

Carol said...

Hi little Sis,

Wish I was having tea party with
you and Sarah.

Ralph is getting better the leg
look's much better than it did.

Give everyone hugs and kisses from
us all.
Love From the Lewis fam

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Kelsie,
What a gracious little hostess your Sara is! I'm sure all the guests, including the fluffy ones, enjoyed themselves. Would love to have tried a piece of her Banana Bread! Thanks for sharing your tea party with everyone and coming by to have tea with me.

Blessings,
Sandi

Beth said...

What a fun tea party, and such a sweet little girl!
Blessings, Beth

eileeninmd said...

WHat a fun time, Sara looks like she enjoyed the tea party. Wonderful photos!

Lavender Cottage said...

The tea party looks like such fun, thanks for sharing it with us.

On Crooked Creek said...

Kelsie,
Love the upside down cup in the photo! Too, cute! Love, love, love the photo of lil Sara and Grandma!
Thanks for sharing!
Fondly,
Pat

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

What a sweet tea party. Sara looks like she is a wonderful hostess.

Jocelyn
http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

she is so adorable and what a great time spending with grandpa!.. precious memories! thanks for sharing and have a great week!

Lynn said...

Hi, Your daughter is just enchanting. I think Banana bread is better than cake sometimes. I have been on vacation so maybe I missed this, but are these your parents or your hubby's? Give your little girl a hug, reminds me a two little girls I knew a long time ago and then their little brother! That little brother will be 30 in May!

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

What a darling tea party for a darling little girl!! I so love banana bread!!

Hugs,
Debbie

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

What a gorgeous tabletop setting! I just love the cutie pie.

Have a beautiful day!

Willow said...

What a wonderful tea party you are having. It looks so much fun.

Willow