This past weekend we celebrated my son Izaiah’s third birthday with a party. We have four kids with birthdays in March, April, May, and then August. Our spring months are super busy, and well they’re also very expensive. A few years back after spending close to a $1,000 on a birthday party, I became sick thinking about the money I had just wasted. At that time, we only had two kids, now that we have four – that isn’t even an option.
As birthday party time rolls around, we do things quick and on the cheap. Our kids, especially the toddlers who could care less about the fluff, really just want presents and cake. Of course, mom wants it to look cute and we make sure to do that too, but not by going overboard on spending.
So come into my world and learn how to throw a toddler birthday party for under $125!
You can save even more by not including dinner or inviting less people. After throwing the last several birthday parties on the cheap, I can most definitely say it’s worth saving the money on the parties!
(If you haven’t read How to Throw a Low Stress – Last Minute Birthday Party for Your Toddler, check it out)
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Molly blogs technology, parenting and geekery at Digital Mom Blog.
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