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    2 and a half yrs

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    2 and a half yrs , why

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    You should've organised some pipe band practice or similar for that day

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    I can understand not inviting the whole class but I think it's a bit rough when you're right next door.

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    haha wonky donkey. thats funny

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    My next door neighbours have parties all the time and don't invite me. I'm not worried. I was a bit p*ssed off at the one going on in my front yard (behind my fence), you would have thought I would be invited to that one!

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    The kid from next door plays with mine in the street if they are out there put honestly I wouldn't invite him to either of my kids parties, they aren't really 'friends' with him it's just a convenient person to play with as he is there when they are!

    For my DS parties I give them a number of kids they can invite and they pick which kids, maybe she did something similar and her child didn't chose yours?

    You can't be invited to everything, yea it's a bit sucky it's right next door so in your face but it's a bit immature to comment on the FB photos about your DD watching over the fence!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChocMilk View Post
    I can understand not inviting the whole class but I think it's a bit rough when you're right next door.
    I don't invite my neighbours kids to my kids' parties. Too bad if they expect it just because we are next door and have similarly aged children. Too bad. I can't help who my children are friends with and I won't invite every Joe, D!ck and Harry's child that's associated with me or my children to my children's parties. What a nightmare

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneDoe View Post

    You can't be invited to everything, yea it's a bit sucky it's right next door so in your face but it's a bit immature to comment on the FB photos about your DD watching over the fence!
    A tad creepy too. I'd feel a bit what the if my neighbour did that to me. Sorry OP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bell & Bug View Post
    I don't invite my neighbours kids to my kids' parties. Too bad if they expect it just because we are next door and have similarly aged children. Too bad. I can't help who my children are friends with and I won't invite every Joe, D!ck and Harry's child that's associated with me or my children to my children's parties. What a nightmare
    I wouldn't either, unless they were in playgroup together, then I definitely would. I don't think I could invite 90% of the playgroup class (is that what the OP said? Maybe I'm remembering wrong) and leave out a playgroup kid who lived next door. Simply for the fact that the left out one would see their friends next door and wonder why they couldn't go.

    Neighbour kids who don't go to same playgroup, I agree with you completely.


 

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