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    that sucks but yeah woul just assume the child got a set number of kids to pick ! that's how it was when I was a kid and I remember I was only allowed 10 kids an really wanted next door neighbor to come but when it came down to it I invited the 10 girls from school

    hope you find something else fun to do with your DD <3

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    yep same playgroup and play together alot. I found it hard to explain to dd because she could see all her friends playing there. I'm just not like that. I invite the whole playgroup and well if they all turn up its cool. The more the merrier.

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    When your DD has a party don't invite them. That might sound immature but I think it's fair enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fichicken View Post
    yep same playgroup and play together alot. I found it hard to explain to dd because she could see all her friends playing there. I'm just not like that. I invite the whole playgroup and well if they all turn up its cool. The more the merrier.
    Not everyone can afford to have endless numbers of children you have to supply food, games, party bags - if we invited the whole playgroup plus friends and family you'd be looking at 50+ kids!

    If you really feel strongly about it why not talk to the mother not post passive aggressive stuff on FB!

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    Well I think it's really rude of her!! I used to live next to a lady..our daughters were the same age so wanted to play with eachother.. We always invited the other to birthdays at the house!! It's very rude otherwise when the children are friends snd old enough to know they're missing out!

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    I think it's rude as well. Not something I would do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fichicken View Post
    yep same playgroup and play together alot. I found it hard to explain to dd because she could see all her friends playing there. I'm just not like that. I invite the whole playgroup and well if they all turn up its cool. The more the merrier.
    I understand where you're coming from. You obviously see this lady a lot and it sounds like your children are close. I'm sorry but if my child was playing with the neighbors kids every day or even once a week, they'd be invited for sure.
    I don't think money has anything to do with it either. Surely one more child won't break their "budget" and there are many ways to work around it.

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    If I was in your shoes, I would be wondering why she didn't invite your DD. I imagine I'd be a little disappointed and maybe think she didn't value your friendship too much.

    I wouldn't have commented on her fb pics though. I wouldn't want her to think I cared!

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    I think it's rude as well. Hugs to your dd

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