Hi I have a 10 year old son who birthday on April 4 and a a 3 year old daughter who birthday is April 7 any ideas how I can have both birthday party on same day
Megan - posted on 02/17/2014
Invite family and friends for snacks and cake in early evening. Get two smaller round cakes, one for each, so they can each blow out candles. Let your ten year old invite 3 friends who get to stay over once the rest of the guests have left. Let them each open presents at the same time. There are some games that threes and tens can both do. Try freeze dancing, play music son likes, flash lights off and on while everyone dances, when lights come on and music stops everyone freezes. Also you can make your own minute to win it game. Get the game to make it easy http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0042ET... Write tasks on slips of paper some for older kids (put an oreo on your forehead and get it into your mouth without using hands...this is sooo funny all the 10s will love it) and some for young ones (walk across room with balloon between legs, blow cotton ball across the table with a straw.... Once the 3 year old is in bed, your son and his friends can make their own nachos, play video games, my son and friends love this, give it to your son a a gift then let the kids play http://www.amazon.com/s/?_encoding=UTF8&..., build a fort to sleep in with sheets and blankets...let your son pick a favorite movie. Then at midnight turn off the lights, get the kids situated in sleeping bags and put on the movie. Let them know when the movie is over its time for sleep. You'll probably have to warn them one more time to get to sleep, but they should be tired enough and you just need to give a firm warning. Then have pancakes or blue berry muffins and fruit for breakfast. Have parents come pick up their kids by 10am.
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