The girls got all dressed up in fancy "Easter dresses" as Sweet Girl called them. They looked precious! Daddy and I were pirates. I just happen to have a girl pirate shirt and necklace on hand and hoop earrings and an awesome scarf to tie it all together! Daddy had a shirt with skulls all over and a bandana on his head.
The event was a bit different from the last Princess and Pirate Night they had. I'm finding that Sweet Girl likes and expects things to run the same each time we go to an event. I don't like change much myself, but it's good for both of us to be open to things not being the same all of the time.
When we walked in, we found one half of the restaurant transformed into a princess and pirate fun zone. There were cut outs where children could get their pictures taken and look like a pirate or a princess riding in a carriage. There was also a station where children could get tatoos and the princesses could get their nails painted. The pirate side had a pin the "X" or "gold coin" on the map and a pirate hat making station. The princess side had a pin the "jewel" on the necklace and a tiara making station. Those girls at the tiara station were serious workers and some sat there and worked close to ten minutes on them! Of course, Pirate Cow and Princess cow also made appearances.
Everyone at ChickfilA Sudley Manor was (is!) just great! From the employees dressed as princesses and Sam the Pirate to Miss Whitney (that's what we call her) and everyone behind the counter and who cleans up--we were so thankful for their friendly service!
Check out ChickfilA Sudley Manor's Facebook album here for more photos of the event!
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