I mean some parent's really go all out weather the child is turning one, two, three.
I would only splurge on them when they are older to understand that they are having a party, but then again you can celebrate while being so young you can show your pictures to them, but it is a headache to go through all that I'd rather wait to go all out, don't get me wrong I do celebrate their b/days but in a cheaper way. Either way they love it and have fun.
Asked by Anonymous at 10:18 AM on May. 1, 2009 in School-Age Kids (5-8)
I have a hard time setting up Birthday parties. I feel horrible about it, but the last thing i want to deal with making a kid party, w/ a dozen kids running around. We usually go do something fun, & I let her bring a friend, like this year we went snow tubing. This was a lot more fun for mom & dad too. Of course she gets gifts too, but not many. She knows i refuse to spoil her w/ unnecessary junk.
Answer by samurai_chica at 10:23 AM on May. 1, 2009
I make a huge deal for the b-days. I want them to have wonderful memories. Plus we love to socialize.
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Answer by ap9902 at 11:11 AM on May. 1, 2009
The first party should be a big event. We rented a hall, had it catered, and had a magician, clown and magician for each first birthday respectively. The party is more for the guests then for the baby anyway. It's a huge milestone in my opinion and should be celebrated. The next few are a little smaller. And when they get to the age when they can choose what they want then let them have it. It is their birthday.
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