Thursday, September 19, 2013

For the Kids Friday #133

中秋节快乐 (Zhōngqiū jié kuàilè)
Happy Mid-Autumn Festival!

We are enjoying a special holiday here in China this weekend, where families come together, eat moon cakes, and look up to the moon.  I hope to share more about this festival with you soon... but we are busy preparing for a weekend trip to see the Chinese Terracotta Warriors!  That too is something I hope to share with you soon!

In the mean time, I would LOVE to share some of my favorites from the last two parties.  I am so very happy to have you all here sharing your great ideas each week.  This party continues to be such a great resource.  Thank you, thank you, thank you!  I'm thrilled to have you here!!

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7 comments:

  1. Hi Rachel,

    Thanks for featuring my Candy Corn Cheese Wedges this week. I hope you and your family enjoy your moon cakes and moon gazing. Sounds like a nice holiday!

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  2. thanks for another party Rachel! hope you're having a good day :)

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  3. Thank you for another great party, and for featuring my Minion Party Bags. They are so much fun to make.

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  4. Thanks so much for featuring the I-Spy Swap! Hope you have a fun weekend visiting the Terra Cotta soldiers. When I was a kid there was a display at one of the museums in Portland that had a few of them and it was amazing just to see those.

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