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    That's how I do it. I can't imagine my folks or aunts going to bounce

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    This will be our first year segregating the groups. Usually we have done parties that involve cousins, close friends and a small group of kids from kindy (the ones whose parents I know). We usually end up with a dozen or so kids and fairly large group of adults including grandparents etc.

    This year we are having a kids only party. It will still involve the cousins and close friends kids and kindy kids will be replaced by school kids. We're just not inviting the grandparents or childless extended family. It's at mcdonalds so not really a family thing. We'll have cake with them on the actual day more than likely.

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    Yes we have last 4 years for our 4 year old. But it's a lot of work and every one has fun but the mum running around.

    I think it's best to do just one and take cake to school too if you like. So hard organising people.

    Going forward will just do 1 do on our kids birthday...if people can make it fine if not who cares.

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