How did you celebrate your 5 year old girl's birthday?

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  • DeeDee Eanes

    We took Sadie to Chuck E Cheez for her fifth birthday. All her aunts, uncles and grandparents made it. We also had a special guest: mommy's best friend from after high school joined us. Mommy had not seen her in 15 years!!

    posted by : DeeDee Eanes, on 06/29/2011
  • jodie adfield

    took her 2 the adventure ware house and had lunch there

    posted by : Jodie Adfield, on 05/27/2011
  • Kristin Milne

    Party at Bounce-It-Out!

    posted by : Kristin Milne, on 05/14/2011
  • Hanaa Darwish

    at school

    posted by : Hanaa Darwish, on 05/13/2011
  • Pia Rivera

    She had a simple birthday party. She thinks of who she wants to be when its her birthday. this year she wanted to Princess Ariel of Disney's Little Mermaid. She wore Ariel's costume gown and Mermaid tail. Complete these with sea food and Cake designed with under the sea theme and some goody bags filled with candies and chocolate and a fishing game.

    posted by : Pia Rivera, on 05/13/2011
  • Sarah Dake

    At home

    posted by : Sarah Dake, on 05/12/2011
  • anu johar gandhi

    I CELEBRATED LAKSHITA'S BIRTHDAY ON A THEME.I INVITED ALL HER FRIENDS WITH THEIR MOMS.THE THEME WAS A CARTOON CHARACTER DORAEMON.THE RETURN GIFTS AND THE INVITATION CARDS WERE ALL BASED ON THE THEME.EVERYBODY ENJOYED THE GAMES AND THE BIG BASHED BIRTHDAY PARTY.

    posted by : Anu Johar Gandhi, on 05/11/2011
  • I had Lexi's 5th birthday in the park! She had a princess theme and all of the invitees knew about the theme ahead of time. She had Princess Cupcakes (which mom's that is the best invention ever, I will never do a regular cake again!) I printed her invitations with my own saying to go on it requesting everyone to attend Princess Lexi's 5th birthday! Bought her a special Princess Tiara to wear to the party and just made an afternoon of it celebrating her joyous birth five years ago!

    posted by : Crystal, on 05/10/2011
  • Nicola Hadlington

    I had a party for her and hired a child entertainer. It was fab xx

    posted by : Nicola Hadlington, on 05/10/2011
  • Stephanie Coon

    We rented a bouncy house and had it set up in the park down the street from our house. Then we invited her pre-k friends to celebrate, eat cake, pizza and wear themselves out! Worked so well we ended up cutting the party short by an hour.

    posted by : Stephanie Coon, on 05/10/2011
  • JANET WATERS

    WE HAD A COW BOY COW GIRL THEME HATS POP GUNS STICK HORSES .WE DID HORSE RACES, THROW THE COW PIES MY HUSBAND MADE A HITCHING POST OUT OF OUR OLD ADERONDAK BED FRAME, WE HAD FRINDS AND FAMILY OVER , MADE HOT DOGS ON THE GRILL. CAKE WITH WILD HOSES ON IT WITH ICE CREAM. AND LOTS OF ROOTBEER.

    posted by : JANET WATERS, on 05/10/2011
  • Angel Yakinneah

    A BARBQ BIRTHDAY PARTY! :)

    posted by : Angel Yakinneah, on 05/10/2011
  • Marina Gonzalez

    We had a bowling party at a local bowling center. The cost was $15.99 per child for 90 minutes of bowling, 2 slices of pizza for each child, unlimited drinks, ice cream, $2 in arcade tokens and a souvenir bowling pin that all the guests signed and we got to keep. All we had to do was bring the cake. It was GREAT fun for the kids and my daughter and very boy or girl friendly. We'll definitely consider doing it again.

    posted by : Marina Gonzalez, on 05/10/2011
  • Talithia Cason

    She had a new outfit to wear to school, and i am taking cupcakes to the school for her class. this weekend we are gointo chuck e. cheese, and then having a bbq, and shse gets another cake!!

    posted by : Talithia Cason, on 05/10/2011