How did you celebrate your 9 year old girl's birthday?

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  • Kim Dowdy

    My 8 yr old is having her 9th bday in May and we're giving her a Spa Party...any fabulous suggestions?

    posted by : Kim Dowdy, on 04/03/2012
  • Nikisha Narcis

    well my girl isn't 9 years old as yet but i will think that i will make the day all about her i will take her shopping in the day and there will be cake and ice cream in the evening with her friends.

    posted by : Nikisha Narcis, on 05/31/2011
  • Sevon Laing

    Surprise her with gift that she longed for. Making cupcakes is always wonderful and lovable rather than the ordinary birthday cake. She love party..because she loves to be the centre of attention. Anyway it was her day!! So that day will be everything about her ♥

    posted by : Sevon Laing, on 05/11/2011
  • Betsy Contreras

    We went to the park and had a Justin Bieber theme party, with games on "how well do you know JB? How many words can you make out of JB's name. We had a pinata, and a birthday cake w/JB & Zoey's picture on it.

    posted by : Betsy Contreras, on 05/11/2011
  • Kayla Hines

    We did Dinner & A movie with family & friends! Cupcakes & presents @ dinner, then a movie & ice cream after!

    posted by : Kayla Hines, on 05/11/2011
  • carol felan

    We had a Grease themed Sock Hop.

    posted by : Carol Felan, on 05/10/2011
  • April Pinger

    We took her out to dinner at her favorite restaurant, Red Robin, then that Sunday had cake and ice cream with the family.

    posted by : April Pinger, on 05/10/2011
  • Jennifer Cook Miller

    We had Sydney's birthday party at the bowling alley in town. It was a fun & inexpensive way to entertain an energetic group of kids!

    posted by : Jennifer Cook Miller, on 05/10/2011
  • Bridgette Tarell

    We took our 9 year old daughter and 4 of her best friends to stay the night at great wolf lodge. They played at the waterpark,arcade, did some crafts,ate ice cream and had a ton of fun!

    posted by : Bridgette Tarell, on 05/10/2011
  • Laurie Bell

    She loves the ocean and she choose to go to the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago and then we had a family get together later to celebrate.

    posted by : Laurie Bell, on 05/10/2011
  • Yvonne Fagan DÀrcy

    Ava had a pamper party and a sleep over party with 6 of her friends, great nite they all got facials and their nails done, then had a take away and watched dvds til the early hours of the morning

    posted by : Yvonne Fagan DÀrcy, on 05/10/2011
  • Shelly Epperly

    I baked a cake and decorated it to look like SpongeBob. I baked cupcakes and colored frosting so the kids could decorate their own with sprinkles too. We played the cookie face race, pin the booty on the treasure map ($1 at the dollar store) and decorated small yellow sponges to look like SpongeBob with googly eyes, pipe cleaners and foam sheets. It was fun and kept them all pretty busy for the 2 hour time slot. Next time I will do the cake last since the sugar gets them all hyper and they didn't listen very well after that. It was great fun and after the party kids left we went out to eat at Olive Garden... Molly's choice, that is a family tradition for us to pick a restaurant to eat at on our Birthdays.

    posted by : Shelly Epperly, on 05/10/2011
  • Ilze Thirion-Olwage

    We didn't. Elizma opted for a more expensive birthday present and we skipped the party all together (made her a cake and sang when she woke up - as per tradition, though). We also visited with grandma, seeing that we had a school break and she got presents galore... NOT having a party is also an option, lol

    posted by : Ilze Thirion-Olwage, on 05/10/2011
  • Dyshene Davis

    We had a party at Young Chef's Academy. The kids enjoyed themselves learning how to make personal pan pizzas.

    posted by : Dyshene Davis, on 05/10/2011