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    My daughter is 4 next month, started daycare at 9 months, been at the same daycare the whole time and only ever been invited to one birthday party.

    I don't think it's an indication of her popularity as it's a small daycare with only 2 rooms. She spent 3 years in the 0-3 room as she was delayed with speech. This is her first year in the big room and no invites yet.

    It doesn't really bother me, as I live far away from the daycare and my daughter has been to loads of birthday parties with kids her own age from my mothers' group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneDoe View Post
    I would never invite daycare kids to my DSs birthday parties!!! So I don't think it's anything to do with 'popularity' at all, just most parents would invite people they know with kids not some random from daycare!
    See.. I guess it does depend on the parents as others have said. I do not consider the children at kindy "randoms" they spend 8 hours a day, 3 days a week on class with my child and will most likely be on his prep class next year. We don't have that many friends with kids so I'll be inviting some of the kids I know he likes at kindy to his party also.

    I should point out, I'm not anxious about this... Just curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunbear View Post
    i thought i was the only one who had these anxieties lol. I've been wondering about this and my child hasn't even been born yet ROFL.
    what do parents do while kiddies are partying?
    Chat :-)

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