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Please bear with me. Yesterday, I messed up my shoulder trying to catch my son who was falling to the tile floor from his chair. In his two year old way, he was standing in the chair and as I told him to sit on his tooshie, he picked up his foot and pushed off the table. I reach to grab for him, the chair, anything, but I couldn’t catch him. He hit the floor with his head and bit his tongue. And some how in the process I pulled something in my shoulder…so it hurts really bad as I sit here typing.
Back to the punch, my 7 year old daughter named the punch (even though it was not pink, it had to fit the theme of the Pink and Green party). A basic punch is so easy to make and you are only limited by your imagination and your flavor preferences.
Sparkling Pink Punch
Combine equal parts of juice and sprite just prior to party in a punch bowl. To keep it from getting watered down, make ice cubes out of the juice a couple days before and add to the punch.
I love your blog and the creativity you bring to it. Thanks!!!
Ashley R says
Mmmmm, sounds yummy! Great tip about doing the ice cubes ahead of time to avoid the watered down taste. Sorry about your shoulder too!! My 2 1/2 year old has been the cause of many of my injuries, including my back a couple times, both shoulders a few times, and a hernia!! I hear ya!!
Susie B. Homemaker says
Oh my gosh, sorry to hear your son took a tumble out of his chair…. hope you both feel better. The punch is a great simple drink recipe… I may have to try this and see if my 6 yr. old likes it for her next bday. 🙂