2nd Birthday plans

Julie - posted on 02/04/2010 ( 5 moms have responded )

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What are you doing for your child's second birthday party? How many people? Theme? At your house? Inviting children? Big or small? Dinner or appetizers?

What are you getting your child for a present? How much are you spending?

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Melissa - posted on 02/18/2010

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We are celebrating our son's 2nd birthday at a place called jump 'n jammin. its like a big indoor playground! not to expensive, a little more than what you would pay to have it at home but without having to worry about the setup and clean up. We are having an Elmo birthday, he loves him, he also loves Cars and Trains too but figure hes still small enough to have elmo. we are having pizza and sides, like fruit & veggie platter, humus and pita chips, chips & dip. I have a big family so there will be like 50 of us with friends included. I am going to buy my son some educational toys and videos. He loves looking at books and learning about animals and building puzzles, so want to keep motivating him to do that. Hope this helps. I know i was kinda stuck for a while there on what to do too! Good luck!

Wendy - posted on 02/17/2010

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Hello Julie! We are doing a bowling party! She loves to bowl already. We are having 19 children, and 43 adults there! Our theme is kitty cats, babies, and Thomas the Train. We asked what kind of party she wanted and she said all 3 of those themes. We will be serving pizza to everyone..It makes life easier! We got her a Thomas the train table and trains for her gift. We will be spending close to $500 on the party, which breaks down to 8 something per person.

Wendy - posted on 02/17/2010

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Hello Julie! We are doing a bowling party! She loves to bowl already. We are having 19 children, and 43 adults there! Our theme is kitty cats, babies, and Thomas the Train. We asked what kind of party she wanted and she said all 3 of those themes. We will be serving pizza to everyone..It makes life easier! We got her a Thomas the train table and trains for her gift. We will be spending close to $500 on the party, which breaks down to 8 something per person.

Wendy - posted on 02/17/2010

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Hello Julie! We are doing a bowling party! She loves to bowl already. We are having 19 children, and 43 adults there! Our theme is kitty cats, babies, and Thomas the Train. We asked what kind of party she wanted and she said all 3 of those themes. We will be serving pizza to everyone..It makes life easier! We got her a Thomas the train table and trains for her gift. We will be spending close to $500 on the party, which breaks down to 8 something per person.

Wendy - posted on 02/17/2010

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Hello Julie! We are doing a bowling party! She loves to bowl already. We are having 19 children, and 43 adults there! Our theme is kitty cats, babies, and Thomas the Train. We asked what kind of party she wanted and she said all 3 of those themes. We will be serving pizza to everyone..It makes life easier! We got her a Thomas the train table and trains for her gift. We will be spending close to $500 on the party, which breaks down to 8 something per person.

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