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What can I do for my daughters 1st Birthday?

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I am hoping you can give me some suggestions as to what I can do for my daughters 1st Birthday. I have left it late to arrange something as I was hoping to have a house party but I have been decoratin…
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
I am hoping you can give me some suggestions as to what I can do for my daughters 1st Birthday. I have left it late to arrange something as I was hoping to have a house party but I have been decorating and it's not finished so this has now gone out the window. Her birthday is on Sunday and I can't let it pass without doing something special for her. Any ideas?
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
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#1
if theres other kids take them to a soft play area alot of places have like a kiddies corner for babies i no our local 1 does ive took my grandaughter there since she was about 8months .
alot of them does bookings for partys
#2
To be fair, she is only 1 & wont care if you have a party or not. Just invite around a few of your close family & let her be fussed over a little.
#3
Male Stripper
#4
Paper stripper if you're still decorating!:whistling:
#5
get a bubble machine i am sure she will love that
banned#6
i agree with chris to, dont think your 1 yr old will mind if the decorating aint finished
#7
nothing, she wont know whats happening and wont remember it so dont bother :lol:
#8
For me their first birthdays were just "big sigh of relief" day that they survived the first year ( and so did I! )

It's a special day for you and your daughter and all those who love you both..

Celebrate it however you want to. She's too young to want a kiddie party yet though.

and Congratulations :)
banned#9
For me their first birthdays were just "big sigh of relief" day that they survived the first year ( and so did I! )

It's a special day for you and your daughter and all those who love you both..

Celebrate it however you want to. She's too young to want a kiddie party yet though.

and Congratulations



woohooo captain sensible

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