When you imagine a kids birthday, you always picture big parties and bouncy castles but most of the times, kids grow out of the phase where they demand for birthday parties each year pretty quickly. Kids of different ages tend to have different ideas about how they want to spend their birthday but regardless of all that, your child’s birthday should be a day where they feel loved and special and listed below are a few ways in which you can make the day more special for your boy or girl.
Throw a party
Throwing a party is the obvious one amongst the fun birthday ideas and even though kids really seem to enjoy birthday parties, sometimes a house full of kids on a sugar rush is the last thing you want to add to your plate so there are many other options and alternatives you can resort to. However if you wish to throw a party and your kid demands for a big party, you should probably go with the birthday party idea unless you want your kid to be grumpy and annoyed on their birthday.
Shower them with gifts
Gifts are always something that tends to excite kids so hit up your local mall and visit the clothing stores such as munster kids and toy stores.
If you’re lucky you might end up at a minti clothing sale with a couple of adorable dresses for toddler or some toy cars bought from the local mall.It is always a good idea to go with multiple gifts instead of one expensive gift because kids are always intrigued by quantity more than quality so something similar to a box filled with some clothes, toys, story books and more items would make an amazing gift.
Fill their rooms with balloons
Another great way to make your kids day extra special is to blow up balloons and fill their entire room with balloons after they are sound asleep so that when they wake up on the morning of their birthday, they will wake up to a very fun surprise as most kids love playing with balloons.
Allow them to have unlimited snacks
Sugary treats are a mom’s nightmare as kids tend to love everything from delicious chocolates to extremely sweet candies and it’s always a struggle to separate a kid from a cookie jar without them throwing a tantrum. As usually most moms only allow their kids limited amounts of snacks and treats, you should allow your kid unlimited access to the pantry and refrigerator on their birthday and your kid will love you for it.