It’s Party Time
We’re just back from almost 5 weeks away visiting our daughter, son-in-law and granddaughter in England – it was just the best time!
The main reason for going when we did was because Dottie turned 3 and we wanted to attend her birthday party, She was born at 25 weeks in August 2019, her 1st birthday was spent in isolation due to Covid, her 2nd birthday she was in hospital with RSV (not good with her little lungs) and so her 3rd birthday was a VERY special occasion! Her first real party and while we all enjoyed it immensely she was a bit overwhelmed at times – but not in this photo below!
As my daughter is Australian and Dottie( by default) is half-Aussie we had to have Fairy Bread at the party, and I was in charge of making this delicacy! It’s sooo hard to do 🙂
- White bread
- 100s & 1000s
- Spread bread with butter/margarine
- Sprinkle 100s & 1000s onto bread
- Cut bread into triangles
- Serve and enjoy!!
Very delicious and quick to make – it went down a treat with all the little ones (and big ones)!
We’re off to our eldest granddaughter’s 4th birthday party this weekend so rest assured more Fairy Bread will be consumed! So much fun seeing the grandchildren enjoying their birthdays and helping to celebrate their big day – along with their parents! We actually had to plan our trip around these birthdays so we could attend both – the things we grandparents do!!
Feel like joining in?
It’s always fun joining Canadian bloggers Donna and Deb for their What’s on your plate challenge series each month. These posts go live on the first Wednesday of each month and you can join in too with a food related post, just by adding your post to their linkup.
It’s not too hard a challenge and I can assure you it’s not just for ‘proper’ cooks – I say this every month!
It’s also fun looking at what others are making and how they do things, where they get their inspiration from….
I’m also joining Denyse, as she’s started a new weekly link-up Wednesday’s Words & Pics – she’d love to have you join in.
I’m back from a blogging break, due to my trip to England, and am happy to be back with you all.
Hope to see you soon 🙂
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A tragic accident at age 17, resulting in a Bravery Award from the Queen, didn’t deter Debbie from travelling the world. A young retiree, after being made redundant from her 22 year career managing education programs in a men’s correctional centre, she now loves reading, blogging, riding her ebike and a good cup of tea! Also known as Granny Debs to her 4 grandchildren.
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