Planning your child’s birthday party can be extremely stressful. But it needn’t be. My daughter and son have their birthdays exactly two weeks apart, which means that I need to very organised so that I don’t get stressed at the end of April and beginning of May. I manage to stay on top of everything and everything goes smoothly, so I thought I would share my top five tips for planning a children’s party with minimal/no stress.
Last week my baby girl turned six. I guess technically she is not a baby. But as parents, we consider our children to be babies long after they start walking and talking. And I am no different. Moozles is growing up so quickly and I worry about forgetting her funny little ways. A couple of years ago I pinned a Birthday Interview on Pinterest. I kept forgetting to do it, but this year I remembered. I amended the interview as I didn’t want it to be too long.
Without further ado, this is Moozles at the age of six.
Who is your favourite person? Mummy (I swear I did not fish for this answer).
What is your favourite colour: Green
Best friend: Aphra
Favourite cereal: Rice Krispies
Favourite meal: Fish and chips
Favourite show: Swashbuckle
Favourite movie: Frozen
Favourite song: Let It Go
Favourite birthday gift: Flying fairy
Favourite activity: Magic
What makes you happy: Cuddling my mummy
What makes you sad: People being rude
What do you want to be when you grow up: Teacher, builder and ear doctor
If you had one wish, what would it be: to ‘be a fairy’
That’s it. That’s my baby. Growing up so fast. But still so sweet and innocent. I won’t always be her favourite person. But I am now.