Today we join Jill, and her Girl Scout Troop 31313, with a Mother-Daughter event, in Toy Chest Trauma.

It was a big hit with girls ranging from 5 years to 13 years old. The girls dressed up like toys. They were very intrigued. The troop enjoyed acting their parts. Everyone had a blast.

Guests were invited via flyer to solve a mystery at the Mother-Daughter event. There was a stage with scenes, props, and toys as centerpieces. Dinner consisted of hotdogs, chips, lemonade, and brownies.


We posted a board about fingerprints where guests could analyze their prints and girls could make pictures with their own fingerprints.



Beautiful decorations were purchased from the Oriental Trading Company. A rubber paw stamp went with the mini-magnifying glasses for the SWAP.


Our hostess, Jill, tells us that the girls painted bean bag toss boards and provided hula-hoops and jump ropes for additional activities! These girls truly thought of everything.



Each guest received a mood changing stadium cup and a mini stuffed bear.

This was a busy night for our hostess, Jill, and her Girl Scout troop. They ran the event TWICE and hosted approximately 120 people!


It's great to see that so many people had such a great time at Girl Scout Troop 31313's Mother-Daughter event featuring, Toy Chest Trauma. In closing, Jill informed us that they were choosing non-murder mysteries because Girl Scouts don't kill people, lol.

We are extremely pleased that you had such a wonderful time and we can't wait to hear about your next mystery adventure.