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    Yep extra bags for sure. Often they just have lollies in them and I mark them with a ribbon to tell them apart.

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    I always make 10 extras just to be on the safe side. We had a party recently and some uninvited siblings were brought along, so thankfully we had the extras.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Poppy View Post
    I always do extra just in case. I figure its not the childs fault for the adult being unable to show simple manners as rsvping

    My kids also get one. For younger siblings that i know are coming i do smaller bags age appropriate.
    This is us too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RmumR View Post
    I do extras but maybe not as elaborate as the ones for the invited party guests if that makes sense.
    I hate kids to miss out and its also not the younger siblings fault they are getting brought along
    People do not always get a choice other then taking siblings along. I always call and rsvp with the sinling tagging along. If it is a play cafe, pool ect, the siblings just play and are not part of the party then come and sing happy birthday and I don't expect the siblings to get a lolly bag. Most people do one up and as my youngest has allergies i have to actually decline it anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dinosaur Train View Post
    People do not always get a choice other then taking siblings along. I always call and rsvp with the sinling tagging along. If it is a play cafe, pool ect, the siblings just play and are not part of the party then come and sing happy birthday and I don't expect the siblings to get a lolly bag. Most people do one up and as my youngest has allergies i have to actually decline it anyway.
    Yes thats exactly what i was saying about the younger siblings. I hate them to miss out so i make up extra party bags.

    Not sure why you quoted my post?

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    Well I've just done up the party bags and I have 23 extra so that definitely is enough for siblings

    I didn't do special ones up for the teenagers. I know they secretly love bubbles anyway!


 

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