We celebrated Yesha’s birthday yesterday. At first, hubby was so worried that we won’t be able to fill the venue. We also reserved foods for 90 people, and he was anxious that there will be a lot of leftovers like a half perhaps; while I was concern about their program since I’ve already attended exactly two the same programs, host, and venue with two different events. I was like “bahala na” if the program will flow the same for us.
When a different host showed up, and started calling all the kids upfront, I started to be relieved as they have a different program this time.
With another activity, these beautiful lola’s showed their modelling prowess.
And then their dancing dexterity.
Exactly the same was done by the macho lolo’s and uncles.
While the birthday celebrant, though was not in her usual mood and playfulness, still roamed around the room wearing her smile.
I’m still hyped up with Yesha’s third birthday celebration yesterday. It was a blast! And when I say blast, I mean it was filled with laughter, fun, and enjoyment. I still can’t get over it.
More than the good program, the host and Jollibee himself -whom we hired for 1 hour – the main people who made the program fun and memorable are my family of origin’s close friends including my mother and father who willingly danced in front with jollibee, it all got us entertained and laughing as well. Without them and our neighbors’s kids, Yesha’s 3rd bday celebration wouldn’t be much as fun as that.
Of course, there was our friends and relatives as well who celebrated this special event with us. I’m really grateful for their presence, time, and effort for being there yesterday. Without them, the party wouldn’t be complete. As for the food, we only had 3 leftovers that we took home with us.
Yesterday’s event was indeed memorable and fun. I still get exhilarated whenever I think of it.
Happy birthday my dear daughter =)