birthday party

Patrice - posted on 05/05/2009 ( 8 moms have responded )

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Trying to plan a 3rd birthday party for a girlie-girl but its too hot outside in June in NC for an outside party any suggestions

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Patrice - posted on 05/05/2009

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Quoting Lori:

We are from NC, too, but my kids birthdays are Dec. and March. But, I'm with you about the heat!!! Not sure where you are in NC, but most areas have a McDonald's. We are near Kansas City right now, and the zoo here has birthday party options. I know the children's museum from the town in NC where I'm from has options for birthday parties.


I'm in the Raleigh area but she don't do fast food. I know shocker right cause most kids love McD's!!!!!!!!

Patrice - posted on 05/05/2009

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Quoting Sarah:

living in texas with 3 kids with summer birthdays, i understand not wanting to be in the heat. but we love to do parties outside....try having the parties in the evening....that way its not overly hot and you can still play in the sprinklers.....you could use a hawiian theme, thats always fun in the summer!


thanks but that was her first birthday party a hawaiian theme with all the luau decorations and small kiddie pool. then her second birthday she was cinderella. I'm kinda in a jam about planning a party by June.

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My friend's daughter was born in July and she has a pool party for her every year. The local pool near their house has a very nice kiddie pool and it's perfect for young children. Maybe there is something like that near your home.

Lori - posted on 05/05/2009

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We are from NC, too, but my kids birthdays are Dec. and March. But, I'm with you about the heat!!! Not sure where you are in NC, but most areas have a McDonald's. We are near Kansas City right now, and the zoo here has birthday party options. I know the children's museum from the town in NC where I'm from has options for birthday parties.

Angela - posted on 05/05/2009

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I did the dress up theme/tea party for my daughter, Khloes 5th bday. It was outside though, the icing on the cake melted from the heat, lol. But I bought prom dresses, brides dresses from resale shops, lots of jewelry, hats, etc. And also a few tea sets, the girls absolutely loved it! They still ask when they can come back, she will be six this weekend, and we've changed the theme but will still have all the dresses ready to be tried on....I did lots of pink and lace deco for mine....

Sarah - posted on 05/05/2009

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living in texas with 3 kids with summer birthdays, i understand not wanting to be in the heat. but we love to do parties outside....try having the parties in the evening....that way its not overly hot and you can still play in the sprinklers.....you could use a hawiian theme, thats always fun in the summer!

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I love that idea! my daughter is 2 and she already loves wearing mommy's clothes and shoes. have fun by picking out clothes you like that you won't mind kids wearing, and have each mom bring a pair of their shoes for their little one! Also, we blew up the baloons with air, not helium and my daughter chases them all around the room!

Kaylie - posted on 05/05/2009

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have a simple party with balloons and cakes with a dress up theme princesses for girls pirates for boys, or something along those lines, have pop music on too, all little girls love dressing up and dancing my daughter is 3 and never stops dancing hope this helps

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