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    I wouldn't expect it nor would I include them. The party is for invited guests only. I am happy for siblings to come along but they won't be paid for or catered for!

  2. #12
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    May 2016
    I always cater for sibling and actually let parents know they are welcome. (Main reason is my hubby can work 7 days a week sometimes so it's hard not to have to take all of mine to parties) however out bday parties are usually a relaxed sausage sizzle at park etc. I do get something small for siblings to give them - usually a bubble wand if younger or a couple of lollies in a lolly bag at the end.

    I always ask parents if I have to take mine along if it is ok. I do not expect anything at all for my extra kids and am so thankful if they do get something

    I don't think you are being rude at all with what you are doing. You are including the children you have invited to the party and that's all you have to do


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