No matter where you live, winter weather can be unpredictable. Having a winter birthday often limits you to an indoor party, and your tween might enjoy a snowball-themed party at home. Plus, the intimate setting of a home party gives you a chance to know your tween’s friends better.
It seems like kids’ birthday parties are getting out of hand these days, with parents trying to top each other for some non-existent ‘Most Elaborate Party’ award! It can be difficult – if not impossible – to keep up with the intricate and often highly-structured parties that are thrown by our child’s friends and classmates. Whether your child is in school, is home schooled or is not yet even in preschool, the politics of birthday parties affect everyone. Save your sanity by considering some of the options and tips below.
You can’t get around birthdays - they come each year for all of us! And most children want to celebrate with a party every year. Parents want to create a special day for their child, but often become overwhelmed at the expense and work involved in throwing their child a birthday party.
Here are some cheap and easy ideas for a fun birthday party:
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