Sunday, September 15, 2013

A Royal Princess Affair

Hey there! The Royal Princess Party ended up being a huge success! Whew! We had such a great turnout, and all the little girls, and even the little boys enjoyed making crowns. Since the idea came from my mere obsession with being Queen, I wanted to do something for someone that I wish could've done for me when I was a little girl. All girls want to be their own kind of princess, and if I had the chance to give them that feeling, just for a little while, I was jumping on it! So I'm going to upload a few pictures from last nights event. I want to say I truly had such a good time with each and every one of them, and a sincere thanks to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Chicago. They are truly a gift, and being there with those children, was the most humbling experience I've ever had. We were given a tour of the House, and you guys, it was so beautiful. It was so nice to see that so many people donated so many good things to the house, and it restored my faith in humanity.


 I'm a super organized person, this was my itinerary, plus my crown : )


 

 
   



                   This is Harland, he was such a sweet boy. He made a few crowns for his baby sister.

 The twins : )
When in doubt on how to pose for a picture...always go with fierce! : )


We were even graced with a puppet show before we left lol.

 
 Didn't really take too many pictures on the tour. But this is a mural on the rooftop of the House. Where parents can come outside and relax. There is also a play area for the children. Everything was so immaculate, and the best part...it was all donated.
 Special thanks to my QueenBee's here! They lended a helping hand last night with everything from the kids to the cleanup. Couldn't have done this without you girls!
Even bigger thanks to mommy for helping me out as well. She took off work, and came all the way downtown to be with us! Thanks Mommy!



Big thanks to the Ronald McDonald House for letting me and my family come in to help out with the kids for a little while. It was such a blessing to play with these children, who make our stupid problems we have so small. These children have the WORLD on their shoulders, but you would never know by their attitude that they had. Each, and every single one of them were super positve, and super excited to make Prince and Princess crowns with me, and I am so greatful. See you soon RMHC!


For more information on volunteering or donations to the Ronald McDonald House Charities please visit http://rmhccni.org/ for more information.





Be Fierce. Be Queen. Be You.




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