We were just serving light snacks, so we had Jello, love wafer band aids, Doc McStuffins fruit snacks, apple slices, kettle corn popcorn (to resemble Lambie), Smarties as our aspirins & for drinks we had milk of course & water.
|An Apple A day keeps Doc McStuffins away|
|You got a boo-boo? Lambie will take care of you! Have a love wafer band aid|
|Please don't be Stuffy. Take your smartie aspirins|
|Nurse Hallie says "Have some jello dear"|
|Have a Chilly glass of milk. It does the body good.|
The decor was also very easy. We set up a waiting room, a doctor's office filled with lots of stuffed animals & all necessary equipment to fix the animals & then I had made just a few signs that I printed off on my home computer for wall decoration.
THE WAITING ROOM
|coloring station with stickers also|
|watching her Doc McStuffins movie playing in her waiting room before the patients arrive|
THE DOCTOR'S OFFICE - THE DOC IS IN
|This is an eye chart I made for her office|
And we had favor bags for each kid , which my daughter filled all by herself, which consisted of a Doc McStuffins coloring page, a couple suckers, a notepad & pen, a face mask, some hospital stickers & a roll of gum.
Last but not least I wanted to get doctor coats for each kid to decorate for themselves, but I was NOT paying $20 each. so I was trying to think of another way to get them coats without paying that price, what i settled on was using white small adult t-shirts & cutting them up the front in half & voila there you now have the kids' lab coats. This was a great activity for the kids that they thoroughly enjoyed along with a favor that they could also take home, plus they could use them at the party to be the doctors. Can't beat that!!