Baby's birthday is a major milestone in both the baby's and the parents' lives. Most baby birthdays are celebrated with family members, including grandparents, cousins, and so on. But parents who belong to mother groups or baby playgroups often celebrate with baby's peers. Either way, it's best to choose a theme and arrange the party around it. Here are a few tips and ideas for celebrating that special first, second or third birthday with your baby.
Vampire Parties are all the rage, thanks to books, TV shows and movies like Twilight, True Blood and Vampire Diaries. Whether you’re a fan of vampire Team Edward or werewolf Team Jacob, barmaid Sookie Stackhouse and vampire Bill Compton, or good/evil vampire brothers Stefan and Damon Salvatore Salvatore, you can host a 'Night of the Living Dead' party to celebrate a birthday, Halloween or the latest vampire episode.
Slumber parties aren't just fun-they're a rite of passage! The kids get to stay up late, share time with their friends, and sleep over at someone else's house. At some point your child may request a slumber party at your house to celebrate a birthday and may want something different from all the other slumber parties he or she has attended. Here are some tips for turning your home into slumber party central and making your child's sleepover unique!
The financial and emotional stress of hosting a baby’s first birthday party may take a toll on parents hoping to celebrate their child’s birthday and reminisce about the wonderful journey their baby has taken them on during the past year. From balancing guest lists to planning the menu to choosing a theme and finding the perfect outfit for your child to smear cake on, a child’s first birthday party leaves many parents feelings as though they’re planning a wedding reception.
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