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    I would sit it out.

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    Default Wwyd- party

    I'd go if it were a minor cold without fever/green snot etc. As pp have said play centres are germ hubs anyway. My daughters school actually encourage us to bring our kids to school with minor colds (as long as no fever or green snot is present) if they are feeling up to it, or else they would miss most of the winter months with the sniffles. I also wouldn't be bothered if you brought your child to my child's party with a minor cold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rusty22 View Post
    I would (and have) check with the parents of the birthday child. Some parents we know would be upset if we didn't come due to a sniffle, others would be upset if we did come.
    I'd probably do this.

    Personally it wouldnt worry me with minor colds.

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    I'd check with the parents of the birthday child and if your on the fence I always play it safe and stay home


 

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