Growing up, I had a birthday party every year until I was 21. Now that I have a child, she's 3 now, I want to do the same with her. Her father on the other hand doesn't think we need to have a big party every year, just on her milestone birthdays, which are the 1st, 5th, 10th, 13th, 16th, and 18th. She has had a party on her 1st and 3rd birthday. On her 2nd birthday we just had cake and ice cream.Answer Question
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Every year is a milestone. Why would he want to take away one of the super fun things of being a kid? Having a party doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg, but it is really sad for the kids whose parents don't do something special for them. I see a lot of kids in the school who don't get a special anything for their birthday from their parents, I take special treats and a little gift for all of my kiddos on their birthdays (or 1/2 birthdays for my summer ones who won't be at school - we do "unbirthday" parties for those kids).
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