Traditions for a kids Birthday!

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I love to make their birthdays a special day, but kids birthday have somehow gone completely overboard. I don’t have the budget for petting zoos and pony rides and balloon animals, but I do love my kid and want them to feel extraordinary.

The good news is, you don’t have to spend a lot of money to make birthdays feel special. Some of my favorite birthday traditions don’t cost anything, and create memories that will last a lifetime. I love to decorate the night before so my kids wake up to a fun decorated house. I always let them choose their favorite foods to eat that day, and they always get the first slice of cake.  Check out some of these fun birthday celebrations and traditions that are simple ideas with a big impact.

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  1. I love this post.i have an 11 month old baby who is turning 1 in a month’s time and I find your ballon bath perfect to end the day. Thanks for sharing.

  2. I love these ideas! I also love that they are budget friendly. I agree thay birthdays have gotten a little out of hand in the expense department. But these ideas will make kids feel special and loved. Thanks!

  3. We have a special Happy Birthday Banner that gets hung during the night so they come downstairs to see it on their birthday. I also blow up 20+ balloons and leave them on their bedroom floor in the middle of the night. Some friends decorate the outside of the bedroom door with streamers and balloons so that the balloons “fall” into the room when the birthday kid opens their door in the morning.

  4. I like all your ideas. I would also like to share what i do every year. I sneak into the Birthday childs room and hang candy and tiny toys or stuffed animals and balloons from ribbons from the ceiling.
    Some years their seems to be more of a theme than others. One year mini donuts hung above my daughters bed on her Birthday, with a tony stuffed donut toy and donut keychain and a Donut Birthday card. Another year my son was all about licorice and lollipops were another theme. But when they wake up to all kinds of birthday goodies dangling above their heads … its the start of a good Birthday.

  5. This is fantastic. I have a autistic boy about to turn 6 in may and i think i will use all of your ideas for him.
    Love all the ideas but i think my favorite is the wrapped lunch items in lunch box.
    And the time balloons will be great for helping with telling time (which we’re working on at the moment)
    Birthdays and parties can cost a small fortune, and while i do budget for this time im always big on the personal meaningful gifts that get remembered so much more than the $100 walking talking robot that gets looked at for a month than sits on the shelf.

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