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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    What's a good time for a party if im providing lunch? 11-2 or 12-3?? Is 3 hours long enough?

    Do you provide alcohol for the parents or just soft drink and juice?

    Would you have farm animals at beginning or the end of party? I have them for 1 hour. So before or after lunch?

    There is an indoor playground and indoor cubby is this enough or would you hire a clown or something else?

    Are lolly bags necessary as im not a fan can I give something else?

    I have no idea. I think im over thinking it so can you experienced mums help?

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    how old is your child and what ages are the kids invited? I take into account sleep time which is usually in the middle of the day for toddlers so I generally opt for about 2-3pm when organising my ds's. I think 3hrs is plenty. I would do the animals first up. My ds's don't get lollies much at all but I do supply them at parties but I use good quality, not cheap sugary ones and I always only have a few only with a bouncy ball, whistle or such, I put clips in for the girls one time and they loved them. I don't think you need the clown.

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    I wouldn't do 3 hours - that's ages for a kid's party.

    I'd go 11-1 or 12-2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Split families would be hard - if its just your dad thats the problem can you maybe just invite him and new wife over the day before or after for dinner to spend time and see the kids?
    We always invite relatives/adults and make it one big party as 2 would be too much!
    Yup great idea. I wonder how this will go down? Eek soon find out.

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