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    I'd come at anytime!

    dd is 2 and normally sleeps before lunch, but is generally content to delay that by a bit if we have something on.

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    I prefer afternoon

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    I think either pick early morning or mid afternoon. Like 10am, that's fine. 3pm, that's fine.

    It's when the party is at 12.30 that it sort of steals the day. Not that I have a life but if I did I'd like at least half the day.

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    Probably morning. What bothers me more is parties outside on a high/extreme UV day. That drives me nuts!! I like to let DS have fun, not stress about all the kids burning to a crisp.

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    i prefer afternoons as im not a morning person , so anything in the afternoon wins for me

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    Default Do you prefer am or pm kids birthday parties?

    We always do and go to AM parties. DD is only 3 though and all the parties we go to are for preschoolers.

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    I prefer morning for my 2 year old and 7 year old.


 

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