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Birthday Party for soon to be 13 yr old

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redheadandgoingtobed Wed 08-Jul-15 20:12:12

dd is going to be 13 soon and I was wondering what party to throw. I have asked her but she doesn't have any ideas. Nothing to do with make up or discos. dd does not like sleepovers and has a friend with severe asthma and a leg and foot problem (all same friend). Thanks.

Pantsalive Thu 09-Jul-15 00:27:02

Ten pin bowling parties are popular around us. Could your dd's friend manage that?

Or a trip to the cinema for a few of them?

SavoyCabbage Thu 09-Jul-15 00:39:38

Roller skating
Trampolines
Climbing wall
Book a table at Pizza Express or somewhere and leave them to it.

RockinHippy Thu 09-Jul-15 00:55:41

I was wanting to do a Pretty Little Liars Themed party for mine this year, she's the same age, loved the idea, but she's injured herself & looks unlikely to be well enough, so now wants something really small instead

In the show, it's basically a Halloween fancy dress party in a train carriage, with a few PLL surprises thrown in - but easy enough to mimic - I was looking at doing it on a static bus

TeenAndTween Thu 09-Jul-15 10:52:54

Cinema and McDonalds/Pizza Hut.

redheadandgoingtobed Thu 09-Jul-15 15:59:00

angrydd doesn't want bowling or laser tag as did those for the past 2 years.I was thinking we could do something at home

redheadandgoingtobed Thu 09-Jul-15 15:59:45

Didn't mean to post 'angry'
Sorry

foxinsocks Thu 09-Jul-15 16:02:15

it's a difficult age for it

think we did one of those Lush parties then. I can't stand the smell of the place but they spoilt dd and her friends rotten and they had a lovely time

squidgyapple Fri 10-Jul-15 20:45:59

My dd will be 13 next bday and she wants to go ice-skating.

I am going to try to persuade her down the roller skating route because it will be easier to get to from where we are and a lot cheaper.

I would see your dd not liking sleepovers as a good thing! Agree it is a difficult age!

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