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    It was DS birthday yesterday and he went to school. He had a great day as he got a sticker as he was the birthday boy and he was able to tell his friends what he got in the morning.

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    My children always go to school on their birthdays - I've never given them the option but I think they would prefer to go to school as they enjoy the extra attention. When they are in the younger grades they enjoy taking cupcakes to share and the teachers usually have routines for birthdays that make them feel special.

    If a birthday falls on a school day we have presents in the morning before school as well as a special breakfast. After school I have another present for them as well as a birthday afternoon tea - either at home or we'll go to a cafe and have cake & hot chocolate/milkshake. They are allowed to choose what they want for dinner that night and we will have cupcakes with candles and sing happy birthday. Then on the weekend they will have a party of some sort - every 2nd year we do a party with school friends and the other years a family get together with grandparents, Aunt, Uncle and cousins.

    A birthday in our house often seems to last a week and they get to celebrate with lots of people at different times.

    This year DD3's birthday fell on a day care day and her carer (family day care) organised a party for the kids who were there that day, I supplied the cake but she organised party games and prizes for them all as well as little party bags for when they went home. DD3 thought it was great fun.

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    dd5 is disappointed that her birthday is always during the school holidays, so she doesn't get to have a birthday at school like her sisters do.


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