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Would I be unreasonable to do this/would you do this?

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mummytojess Fri 14-Sep-07 22:07:52

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FluffyMummy123 Fri 14-Sep-07 22:08:34

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FluffyMummy123 Fri 14-Sep-07 22:08:54

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RosaLuxembourg Fri 14-Sep-07 22:14:20

What would your DD really like? If she wants lots of friends to come than I would do the party - give other parents a chance before writing them off on the basis of school gate gossip.
On the other hand, if your DD would genuinely prefer a fun day out with her best friend, you should go for it without even considering whether people will bitch that you should have had a party. Because frankly, nobody worth knowing would do that.
Focus on the outcome you want - a happy DD and sod everybody else.

Hattie05 Fri 14-Sep-07 22:19:52

Does this sort of thing really happen?

My dd has just started reception and theres no way i'll be inviting the whole class to parties! A handful of friends home for tea and games is fine in my book!

moondog Fri 14-Sep-07 22:21:07

Fucking hell.Aren't people weird?
Round here,noone could give a crap whaT YOU DO/DON'T DO.

3andnomore Fri 14-Sep-07 22:28:23

mummy, sounds like the right plan and far more of a special day for the Birhtday girl aswell as the appreciative guest...there are no laws and dos and don't soes really otehr then those we care to feel pressured by

3andnomore Fri 14-Sep-07 22:29:06

Oh, I have heard about teh whole class inviting, but I really can't see the benefit...

Tortington Fri 14-Sep-07 22:30:17

sounds good to me

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