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    except for complete lack of sleep it seemed the boys had a good time at the sleep over. the GREAT part -is they never got out of control, yeah! and they ALL fell asleep within the hour after we put on the movie!!! yeah!!! I posted a schedule with activities my son picked out - there were those "before" the ice cream bar was set up and then those "after" which were all star wars related....
    a few layouts to come.
    i got the ball game cassie was talking about - a HUGE hit with the boys - I used it as part of their JEDI training they entered after taking the Junior Jedi Oath and receiving their badges -it is basically a hot potato game but the ball speaks who you telling you who to throw the ball to and everyone has a colored band the ball recognizes - so this was their "REFLEX" trianing - they loved it....... All our games were turned into a part of the Jedi Training - even a three legged race earned them a badge in teamwork!!!
    THANKs soo much for your input....
    shhbabymine (sarah)
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  2. You get an A+++ for this party, Sarah!!! Turning the games into Jedi Training is a genius idea! It was fun to be in on this party. So glad you shared. I'll be on the lookout for your layouts to come.

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  3. What fun, Sarah! Sounds like everything worked out.

    As Yoda would say . . . "Great party hostess you are."

    Can't wait to see the layouts!

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    What fun for you and the boys and for us when we get to see your wonderful upcoming layouts!
    Lynn (also known as Lynnie!)

  5. What a wonderful party that must have been...and I am certain the pages to follow will be so as well!! Take some time to relax, you deserve it!!

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  6. Hooray! Glad it turned out so well!

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    sounds awesome sarah! where were these ideas when my son was younger?? can't wait to see all the pages.
    Along for the Ride

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