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    We always put 'Welcome to drop and Go or Stay and Play. Siblings welcome. Please RSVP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gizmo View Post
    There are several hubbers who have referred to requests of 'no siblings please'

    So obviously some people do have a problem with siblings coming, even if they do pay their own way.
    One of those was me. That is because parents are more likely to ask this way.
    ETA: the host should still be informed of who is coming to their event, even if the other party is the one paying.
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