I won a birthday party for my daughter at the PTO raffle. It is for 30 skaters at the local rollerskating rink in town. Every year we have one party for family and her friends. My husband suggests two parties this year: One for her friends at the skating rink, and another one for just family. I am wondering which I should do and if we chose two then how can I keep the prices down because that would mean two cakes, two sets of decorations, two dinners etc. Her birthday is in January. She will be ten.
I go through a similar situation because my older two children are only a year and eight days apart. My son's is August 31st and my older daughter's is September 8th. We always have cake and ice cream at home with immediate family on the actual day of their birthday and then a big party for all their friends. This year, we threw a joint party for both of them at a local bowling alley and it turned out really nice. They were allowed to invite 4 friends each and they let their younger sister invite four of hers as well to include her. So, I would do the one that you won and have something simple like we do with immediate family at home.
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