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At what age do you\did you stop the big birthday parties?

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Kerrymumbles Fri 02-Oct-09 12:33:29

ds1 is going to be 11 this year. Every year he's had a big party that ends up costing a few hundred euro. I just don't have the money this year and I said to him, you're getting a bit big to have a huge party now aren't you?

Is this unfair of me?

GrungeBlobPrimpants Fri 02-Oct-09 12:37:30

Nope, perfectly reasonable

I've done 'big ones' in Yr R and Y1 for my dc's after that they have been graded medium or small.

Though 13yrs seems to be an excuse for antoher big one so be warned ....

Kerrymumbles Fri 02-Oct-09 12:41:38

ah. what constitutes small?

GrungeBlobPrimpants Fri 02-Oct-09 12:43:13

Medium = 15 tops

Small = 6 tops (bowling, or cinema, pizza, sleepover etc)

bigchris Fri 02-Oct-09 12:44:59

receptuon - whole class, softplay

year one - five kids, pizza + cinema
ditto for rest of years

so one party, thats it

alexfs Fri 02-Oct-09 14:06:06

I am entertainer and I do the big parties mainly for 4,5 and 6 year olds. I am happy to entertain older kids but most parents, understandably, have party fatigue by year 2! Some do have a big party in Year 6 but usually Year 2 onwards it's pizza, cinema, laserquest etc. There's lots of restaurent deals on Vouchercodes.co.uk.

Remember, you are the grown up and get to make the choices!

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