Santa came to our home along with 9 little girls in their jammies for Breakfast with Santa. They each sat on his lap for a picture. Isn’t he just the best Santa?
My husband painted wooden frames with chalkboard paint and drilled holes to make holders for two pieces of chalk.
This chalkboard frame gave them an activity to keep busy while all the girls were arriving and also served as a holder for their picture with Santa. We took the pictures at the beginning and then during the party my son and husband printed them and placed them in the decorated frames for each girl to take home.
Each little girl had a special place.
They ate pancakes, sausage and bacon while they
chatted and giggled with Santa!
Santa asked them about the letters they each wrote to him.
He read them The Night Before Christmas
and gave them each a gift.
a crayon holder . I have a felt crayon holder tutorial if you would like to make one too!
Santa had to be on his way so we went outside (yes in our jammies and slippers) in the COLD for the snowman pinata.
It was “cool”! You might like our snowman pinata tutorial.
We finished with loads of lovely presents and the best snowman cake ever (Thanks Aunt Jenny!)!
Ahhhhh to be 5!
Here are our Breakfast with Santa party invitations.