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    Default Help me pick a theme!

    So DD turns 2 a month after her new sibling is born so I want to start planning and getting organised now. Her first birthday was a rainbow/carebear theme.

    I have no idea what to do this year. She doesn't watch tv so no fave show or anything.

    Would love to hear some suggestions!

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    We did a nursery rhyme theme for DD's 2nd birthday. We dressed her up as little bo peep or miss muffey and asked people to dress up too.

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    We also have had an under the sea tgeme

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    Quote Originally Posted by smallpotatoes View Post
    We did a nursery rhyme theme for DD's 2nd birthday. We dressed her up as little bo peep or miss muffey and asked people to dress up too.
    Only nursery rhyme she likes is twinkle twinkle lol

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    What is her favourite colour or animal.

    DD we have had a green and pink theme, DS we have had a jungle animal theme.

    So maybe something like fairies or cars or farm animals or a generic theme like that as opposed to an actual cartoon character or show.

    Oh a friend of mine had a ladybug party for her DD. You could maybe do butterflies too.

    Is she girly girl or more Tom boy or somewhere in between?

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    It's hard. Even though she has heaps of personality she doesn't show big preferences.

    No fave colour, show, book etc. she does seem to like cats though?

    She's a bit girly I guess and likes painting at the moment. She's not into dancing/singing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    Only nursery rhyme she likes is twinkle twinkle lol
    This would be a great theme, decorate with stars and moons etc and have the quote from the rhyme etc printed out. She could wear a dress with stars on it, cut fruit shapes cookies and cupcake toppers etc into star shapes

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    Quote Originally Posted by bel2466 View Post
    This would be a great theme, decorate with stars and moons etc and have the quote from the rhyme etc printed out. She could wear a dress with stars on it, cut fruit shapes cookies and cupcake toppers etc into star shapes
    Ohhhhh!!!! Good idea!

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