Sleepovers were always a bunch of fun growing up. Gathering up all your besties to adorn their cutest pj's and character slippers to see who was going to stay up the latest. It was the one time your parents didn't hassle you too much about going to bed!as long as you kept your voices down. You'd stay up all night watching t.v and scary movies, gossipping about boys. One of my favorite sleepovers was with my bestie Liza, we didn't go to our Junior High School prom so she stayed over at my house. We pigged out on junk food, played Sega video games, I braided her hair and we had a dance party while watching MTV videos till the sun came up.
Who can forget the games we played to pass the time, everything from the Ouija board ( I'm sure I'm not the only one who moved that pointy arrow thing to different letters and pretended it was really a ghost), to twister.
How can we forget those silly teenage games that glorified a young girls addiction to boys, talking on the telephone and spending all of our time aimlessly wandering the mall with no money (mall madness)
After all that exertion of energy, we'd end the night telling ghost stories and giggling uncontrollably while our parents shushed us to sleep.
Most of us would probably knock out for the night, and anticipate the next day's breakfast, or is that just me being greedy?
You can never go wrong with cereal, you can enjoy it at any point in the day: my all time fave being Lucky Charms!
|Move over Rice Krispies, there's a new treat in town!|
If you need more than just cereal wouldn't you love to wake up to a stack of pancakes or a plate of sweet french toast kebabs?
Now that I'm all grown up I think this space would be ideal for a girlfriends Brunch and sleepover
So inviting, so relaxing!
What are some of your favorite memories of sleepovers as a kid? do you still enjoy them with friends and family now?