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    Default Winter Birthdays

    DS will be turning 2 this winter and I have no idea what to do for his birthday! I really want to do something fun for him. We can't have it at home because we don't have the space. Does anybody have any ideas? I don't want to do anything outdoors because it'll be too cold.
    We live in Sydney if anybody knows of any places that are good for parties.
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    DS is a winter baby and we have his birthdays at indoor playcentres.

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    I haven't done this yet but so want to, a baby/toddler disco!

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    DS is a winter baby and we have his birthdays at indoor playcentres.
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    My DD is a late autumn baby and it's cold here then quite often and what I usually do is hire a hall.

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    I have this problem for DS' first birthday in June! No space in our place... It wouldn't be a real party for him anyway obviously but even having friends over for a few drinks with their kids and prams isn't really possible.


 

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