Planning your child's birthday party can be a lot of fun, but it can also mean a lot of stress. You want to throw a great party that all the guests will enjoy, but you don't want to go broke in the process.
All those sweets at birthday parties will make a child's blood sugar spike and then crash. And you know what happens next: a post-cake meltdown. What healthy munchies can you serve to supplement birthday cake?
With free license to eat cake, tear open gifts and make mischief with friends, your birthday boy or girl doesn't need anything more than some frosting, presents and a wide, open space. So, why are you booking a magician and researching caterers?
Today's kids are tough to impress. If you want to host a truly memorable party for your child, you're going to have to plan something more fun than a game of tag. These 10 parties will keep your kids' classmates talking long after the last piece of cake is eaten.
Birthday parties aren't what they used to be. But that doesn't mean you have to go all out and spend thousands of dollars, either. Sticking to a central theme can provide all sorts of fun for your little one and their friends. These 10 are pretty popular -- and simple.
Your little princess deserves the most magical party for her birthday. These five ideas will help you plan a princess-perfect party with all the royal touches. We'll share ideas for everything from thematic invitations to tasty delicacies.
The agenda at most kids' parties revolves around eating cake and opening gifts. Give your child and her friends something constructive to do that will encourage them to be creative and imaginative. Arts and crafts can be engaging, fun and memorable for a child's birthday party!
A child's birthday party sounds blissfully simple. You buy a cake and streamers, plan a game of pin the tail on the donkey, stuff goodie bags, and call it a day. But celebrating a birthday can generate a big mess. Get a leg up on the cleanup with our tips!
You're never too young to cultivate healthy habits, and that goes for birthdays, too. If the idea of a pack of rowdy kids working through a sugar high makes you want to cringe, there's another approach you should consider.
Amid the trendy toys and pop characters, there's plenty of timeless kids' stuff that never goes out of style. Take a cue from following five gift ideas that appeal to both boys and girls of all ages and are guaranteed to please.
Between venues, entertainment and a cake to feed a crowd, kids' birthday parties can get pricy fast. What are some ways to keep food costs down and still entertain a passel of potentially picky eaters?
They have the energy of an aerobics instructor, the taste level of, well, a toddler, and slightly better judgment than the family dog. But while it takes a little time and preparation to plan a good toddler birthday party, the result can be pretty darn fun.