Hot Wheels Theme Party, it is!

Its 12 days before Christmas! My goal of not spending too much on holiday gifts, decors, and unnecessary items was almost within reach and was able to save up for upcoming expenses for our new house. Less dine out and shopping! But then, the more I stay at home during my day offs and free time, the more I got hooked on net browsing with just too many  great deals being offered and just found myself  deliberately wanting most of them!
Whew! Fortunately, I did not give in to those luxurious deals flashing on my face but was able to come up with an idea to become an online seller as well. Hmnn?
I was thinking of selling  B\’s used items or offer those \”hard to find\” themed  party supplies. For a start, I wonder who would be interested in buying his Halloween Costumes: Flash and Iron man outfits in which the latter gives him an award.
Take a look:
Ooops, sorry! Batman is not for sale! Not ours. hehe
Or, I will be a  hero helping other  mommies out there to easily find  supplies for their themed party that wasn\’t readily available here in our country. Yes, I feel you. I felt the burden of finding the requested Hot Wheels or Lego party theme, or any other like  Jake and the Never Land Pirates, Monster High, Tangled or Strawberry Shortcake. 
I was like 99% sure of not finding a Hot Wheels party supplies for B\’s 5th birthday next month, so I just clicked few items to my cart to give life to the requested theme. I have to accept and admit that it was a bit expensive, but I have no other choice but to take it.

Now my wish is that I can bring in here those party supplies being offered in other countries for easy peasy party planning, but the price won\’t be that cheap, I know. Shipping rates would become a big burden and like what husband told me, \”I was just giving myself a headache, big time!\”.

Well, what do you think?

Birthday Checklist



Five days to go till my baby boy\’s 2nd birthday, hubby and I decided to throw a simple birthday party. But even a simple party requires a good planning and organization. Here\’s what I have and have not accomplished on my last week of to do list:

  1. Checked Guest list.
  2. Picked a party theme. (have it 2 mos. ago)
  3. Decide what games/ activities we\’ll be having
  4. Secure Items that need to be rent. Tables and chairs- check! Videoke?!!!!
  5. Plan the menu.
  6. Buy or order party supplies, decorations, party favors, and any other party supplies. Have bought some…
  7. Order cake. This is the best part! confirmed order of customized cake, based on party\’s theme! cute!
  8. Started the running the grocery list.
  9. Asked help from the RIGHT persons to cook. =D

  10. Bought birthday present and polo shirt for the birthday boy.

There.. almost done.

And here are my remaining task on the day/ before:

  1. Pick up the cake.
  2. Buy food and remaining grocery items.
  3. Make food that can be prepared ahead of time
  4. Decorate for the party.
  5. Have rented equipment delivered and set up.
  6. Pick up balloons.
  7. Prepare food for guests.
  8. Prepare for party favors.

Hope my Brandon enjoy his Thomas and Friends themed Party mommy\’s really excited!