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    Default What do you think? Gender based birthday party

    What do you think? What do you think I think? Would you do anything about it? What do you hunk I've done (if anything).

    A girl in Ds1's daycare class (3 year olds) is having a birthday party and the parents have invited all the girls and none of the boys.

    I may be quiet until this evening - not ignoring everyone just busy at work.

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    Default What do you think? Gender based birthday party

    I personally don't have an issue with it. It's not like you're excluding just one or two kids. A good way to keep numbers down too.

    Eta: Growing up in primary school this was the norm where I was. Not this whole everyone has to be invited stuff.

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    It wouldn't bother me. I never had boys at my parties as a kid.

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    I don't think I went to a mixed gender birthday party until around 10? Where I was from it was the norm to have all girls/all boys parties.

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    It wouldn't bother me at all.

    I had and attended girls only parties in primary school.

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    I've always held, and my kids have attended mixed parties since pre school. But moth my DD and DS have opposite sex friends. I find it slightly odd but up to the parent. I would have far more issue if they invited 90% of the class and left out 2 kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    I personally don't have an issue with it. It's not like you're excluding just one or two kids. A good way to keep numbers down too.

    Eta: Growing up in primary school this was the norm where I was. Not this whole everyone has to be invited stuff.
    Yep this.

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    I don't have a problem with it at all, if that's what the child wants.

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    I find it a little odd for the pre-school age group. I would have thought at 3 they were a little young to have made the gender differentiation in friendships. I don't think I'd do or say anything about it though.

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    Its no different to having an all girls sleepover.. i had lots of girly parties growing up and i never really thought twice about it


 

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