my son's 3rd birthday is on the 29th. his daddy is deployed and will miss his birthday for the first time ever! we were unable to have a real party last year with icecream, friends, and family so this year (since we are with family and his dad is gone) i wanted to make his party special. BUT our income is limited and im trying to figure out how to cut costs and still make this a special day for him. i will add a list of how much i am spending on what and maybe you ladies can help me if you dont mind. please help? anyone have any ideas??Answer Question
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Answer by Anonymous at 3:19 PM on Nov. 17, 2009
A fun activity is to do cup cakes and let the kids decorate them with some inexpensive candies. If you are having a pinata you don't really need treat bags, just let them fill up their bags from they pinata. Also check out the 99cent store or dollar tree for the cups and stuff like that. I also use 2 liter sodas rather than cans they are way cheeper, especially if you get shasta rather than coke or pepsi.
Answer by teamquinn at 6:12 PM on Nov. 17, 2009
For my daughters 3rd birthday we had family over. She helped make the mud cake. Ran around with her cousins, watched her favorite movie. Ate mud, opened her presents and loved every min. of it. I would say you don't have to do more then cake and ice cream at a park with friends and family. He is to young to know about all the rest, so you could skip the goody bags.
Answer by DevilInPigtails at 8:15 PM on Nov. 17, 2009
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