My sons best friend had a joint birthday party with his younger brothers at his house 3 weeks ago. As it was snowing lightly it got cancelled at the last minute (the day before). The mum organised for a bouncy slide in the garden with candy floss machine and chocolate fountain machine. The younger brothers still had their party at the house but they ordered them a play bus at the last minute. When my son went he took him a present (£10 in a card). About 3 others of his friends from school went as well. His best friend is having a proper party on Saturday but as it is his best friend should I get him to take another smallish present. My husband thinks no as he already got £10 in a card from us and my son isn't too sure what to do. Does anyone have any suggestions?
I don't think there is any need to buy an extra present and I am sure that the boys parents would not expect it. My daughters party was postponed because of the snow. Some children gave her a present around the time of the original party and some gave her a present when she finally had her party. No-one bought her two presents.