Monday, October 13, 2008

That's a fancy way of saying...Deleted Scenes

Okay, faithful readers... (sorry if you are getting this twice through reader)

I realize that this is the EIGHTH post about Avery's birthday.

I had a lot of catching up to do, you know. Like 2 1/2 years. Stick with me. This is the last birthday post, and it's a doosie. However you spell that weird word. These are the outtakes. The best bloopers. And then, THE END. Until next week, when she says something fabulously blog worthy...

It was an exquisite party. Really, a posh Fancy Nancy Party. And like a great movie you just finished viewing, you just can't wait for those deleted scenes. Another chance to laugh at the remarkable genius behind the magic. So here they are. The deleted scenes from Avery's Fancy Nancy Party.

Efficiency. That is a fancy way of saying- I had a list of errands, packed a diaper bag with diapers, wipes, extra clothes, snacks and sippy cups, kids loaded in the car to spend the whole morning with dad so mommy could clean, decorate and do some last minute preparations. Enter- College Football Game Day. Daddy is home in an hour and a half. With 45 minutes of driving time, that means he completed everything on his list in 45 minutes, with three kids.
Interior Decorating- That is a fancy way of saying, my floors are covered with ice cream, frosting, nail polish and thanks to sweet McClaine, a whole bottle of silver glitter.

Exhaustion. That's a fancy way of saying- Week of being sick +Motrin+ running errands

Preoccupation. That is a fancy way of saying... 2 dads watching their sons The Red River Shootout+two toddler boys+makeup for Fancy Nancy Party = nail polish in McClaine's eye
Rebellion. That is a fancy way of saying- long-winded pinata motivates violence in a bunch of frilly girls

Really, darlings, this video is only 3 seconds, go ahead, watch it... go for the face.

Catastrophe-Fancy Nancy- dismembered!

Abstract Art. That is a fancy way to describe what McClaine did with his fourth cupcake.

Par-face- That's a fancy way to say ice cream sundaes on your face.


LeeAnn said...

While I have thoroughly enjoyed the look back at Avery's four years I believe this last post is my favorite! Hilarious!!!

Danielle (Life with the Hewitt Family) said...

I love the idea of a deleted scenes post! Hilarious!

Vashey Fam said...

Oh gosh! That was the best b-day party ev-er! How are you ever going to top it?! McClaine in his suit with the cupcake is framable! I can't wait to see your little munchkins next month!

Lisa@verybusymomwith4 said...

Yay for more pics--I just love how excited you are about this party. You made this the great part it was :)

Rachel Wilson said...

I love all of your posts! I can't get enough of them!! Love you! And love the girly partay! glad they continue to keep you on your toes... and bum.. and pulling your hair out.. and smile.. and cry.. and sometimes all of these at once.

amanda said...

that is seriously the biggest pinata i have ever seen honey!!

BookMamma said...

Ooo La La indeed!! I love all your efficient interior design - especially the catastrophic abstract art!

Great party idea - I fear there will be no Fancy Nancy parties in the Hotwheel Hacienda anytime soon. More like TRANSFORMERS! or STAR WARS! or MONSTERS!

All with... an EXCLAMATION POINT!!!

poehl family said...

GO FOR THE FACE!!!! i had to play it twice, it was so funny. thanks for the good laugh & happy happy birthday to your little princess.

Jen said...

I don't think we'll be going to any fancy nancy partys with boys. But those girls sure know how to have fun:) McLaine seems to be able to hang with the pack!