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Manda♥Bella 1 child; Midland, WA, Australia 29288 posts
7th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ~Jekka~:</b>" Ohhhh, I'm trying to think.... Amelie went to a ballerina party last year. I can't remember the food ... [snip!] ... them in ballerina cups, they would work. lol. And you could put just normal fruit salad in them instead of just strawberries. "</blockquote>




I've thought about the little milk bottles, they are so cute! But I'm so against flavoured milk I don't know if I want to haha

~Jekka~ TTC since Oct 2012; 2 kids; Australia 8772 posts
7th Jan '13
Quoting Manda♥Bella:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ~Jekka~:</b>" Ohhhh, I'm trying to think.... Amelie went to ... [snip!] ... I've thought about the little milk bottles, they are so cute! But I'm so against flavoured milk I don't know if I want to haha"


It was Charlottes first try of flavoured milk at that party. I think she managed to steal off with 3 of the little jars! lol.
Maybe you could do raspberry water in there something? Like just chilled water with a bit of raspberry syrup?

Manda♥Bella 1 child; Midland, WA, Australia 29288 posts
7th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ~Jekka~:</b>" It was Charlottes first try of flavoured milk at that party. I think she managed to steal off with 3 ... [snip!] ... little jars! lol. Maybe you could do raspberry water in there something? Like just chilled water with a bit of raspberry syrup?"</blockquote>




I don't agree with juice either haha



I always service a jug of juice though, because I know not everyone is like me. But I know bella would want one if it was in little jars.
And she can't drink straight milk so that's not even an option haha.



I was considering doing it with a strawberry in each one, so it's strawberry flavoured, but naturally so it's not sugar filled :)

~Jekka~ TTC since Oct 2012; 2 kids; Australia 8772 posts
7th Jan '13
Quoting Manda♥Bella:" <blockquote><b>Quoting ~Jekka~:</b>" It was Charlottes first try of flavoured milk ... [snip!] ... was considering doing it with a strawberry in each one, so it's strawberry flavoured, but naturally so it's not sugar filled :)"


You can buy fresh natural raspberry syrup. Although, I'm not sure where you would get it. We live not far from a raspberry farm, and they sell it there.
But the fresh milk with a strawberry in it would be a good idea. It's hard with parties. I don't like my kids having juice either, and I'm pretty lucky that even when it's offered, they still prefer the water (most of the time) but at parties, I admit, I am a push over, and let them eat/drink whatever they want :oops:

Manda♥Bella 1 child; Midland, WA, Australia 29288 posts
7th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ~Jekka~:</b>" You can buy fresh natural raspberry syrup. Although, I'm not sure where you would get it. We live not ... [snip!] ... prefer the water (most of the time) but at parties, I admit, I am a push over, and let them eat/drink whatever they want :oops:"</blockquote>




I let bella eat what she wants at parties haha. I don't let her drink anything but water though, just because I don't see the point. She has her own drink bottle that we take so its never an issue.
But with her own party I know it'll be different haha.