poor, raggedy cinderella scores an invite to the fancy fairy tale tea party



it all looked so fancy, pink tea with cherries, and sparkles, and beads


there were many colorful characters


a knight and his lady were reunited after many long days spent in kindergarten


at last, we shared a fairy bread feast and made a toast to our special magical day


“When the first baby laughed for the first time,

its laugh broke into a thousand pieces,

and they all went skipping about,

and that was the beginning of fairies.”

― J.M. BarriePeter Pan

72 responses »

  1. Pinky-out day with magical cherry tea with the kinders. Great and magical pictures, Beth. The princess with her knight may have the best look, ever. The adult in the group shot sure is having a big time, too, isn’t she? I caught this one!


  2. How much fun was that!!!!!! So cute:) Maybe we, as adults should have those kinds of parties once in a while, just for fun and to be kids again. LOL Why wait for Halloween? Great pictures.


  3. Marvelous, simply marvelous! Such a delightful collection of photos and the party was great! You, Cinderella, ‘look’ like the most heavenly Fairy Godmother, due to the joy you spread!


  4. Made me miss teaching kindergarten so much…so important to create some magic for students AND teacher! My magic was “raising” a Monarch butterfly each fall, then watching it fly off to points unknown. Thanks for the lovely pictures and post, Beth. 🙂


  5. Yes the ‘adult’ was having fun too I see 😉 we never did this at my girls kinder, they finger painted, played on the equipment, slept, had stories read, had fruit time, puzzles…I don’t think Cinderella is poor and raggedy and I’m sure her kids adore her 🙂 x


  6. Adorable! All of them! I love the princess and the knight poses! Sooo cute. What smiles! Thanks for sharing this party with us.


  7. Scrumptious post. That lil knight and lady fair–and the clever caption–is to die for. 🙂 And for some reason I didn’t recall that Peter Pan’ism–but what a brilliant and absolutely cool concept. I bet that IS where faeries come from.


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