Would you judge a parent who showed up to your childs birthday party without a toy? If you knew they couldn't afford it? Which is more rude, to not show up when you are invited because you can't afford a gift, or to show up with out a gift?? Had my friend ask and I wasn't sure what to tell her so I thougt I would get a few more oppionionsAnswer Question
I would hope that the host/hostess would be gracious in this situation and realize that their friends were unable to afford a gift and not have the kids open gifts during the party.
I see nothing wrong with attending a party with out a gift if you are unable to afford one.
Answer by sahlady at 6:27 PM on Mar. 27, 2011
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Answer by mommy2boys03 at 6:34 PM on Mar. 27, 2011
Why can't people go to parties without gifts? Isn't the whole idea to have fun and enjoy the day with the birthday kid? I think it's rude to not go just because you don't have a gift. I am sure the parents and the birthday kid enjoy the company much more. I mean, food and cake costs a lot of money - I want people there to eat it, lol.
Answer by banana-bear at 6:35 PM on Mar. 27, 2011
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