My son will be turing 7 next month. Im plannng on a nice birthday party for him and his friends (boys from his cubscout group and his 1st grade class). Its school policy to invite all the kids from the class now days which I dont mind because generally over half dont come. Overall, I should have close to 20 kids. We are going bowling, having pizza, cake, etc. We should be having lots of fun. I cant afford to invite the sibilings and pay for them and yet Im sure some of them will show up because the parent will show up and stick around along with the extra kids. How would you handle this? I could see inviting or allowing the others to participate in the party if he was younger. I have a budget of what Im able to spend and dont want to go over that and yet I want it to be known that Im not paying for the extra kids.
Answer by MommaTasha1003 at 9:54 PM on Mar. 26, 2009
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Answer by PrttyMstng at 10:30 PM on Mar. 26, 2009
For our parties everyone is invited but that's just part of my culture.We don't exclude any family members which is why we rather have parties at home with tons of activities and food. That's pretty much all kids care about anyway,lol...
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