The birthday countdown has begun! In just a matter of weeks or days, it’ll be time to say “Happy birthday” to your son or daughter. If you haven’t already started finding your way through your child’s birthday celebration, the following list of ideas may help you find a way to Happy birthday status develop a special day for your little one. Hint: You don’t need to throw a party. You will find loads of other ways to celebrate a kid’s birthday!
Here are several methods for you to say happy birthday to your son or daughter:
Develop a Fancy Tune or Rhyme
Sure you must sing “Happy birthday,” but what if you jazz things up a bit this year by creating a personalized song for your child? Imagine your child’s eyes light when he hears you singing his name to a familiar tune. If you are too nervous to execute the song for the child, you can record it and save it on a concise disc. Play it before you slice the cake! If singing is not actually your style, sit back and craft a poem about what your child means to you. You can title it, “Happy Birthday, Child of Mine.” You can put the completed poem in a frame and hang it somewhere at home.
Go on a Quick Trip
Check your neighborhood’s community calendar, local newspaper, parenting meet-up groups and parenting blogs to see if there are any kid-friendly events during your child’s birthday weekend. You can visit a museum, trek to the park for softball or go on a bike ride through the entire town. At the end of the day, enjoy your meal at a neighbor eatery or have a picnic at the park.
Surprise YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER at School
Make a surprise stop by at your child’s school and surprise him with balloons. Also you can take treats such as for example cupcakes, cake, cookies or fun trinkets for his classmates. Be sure you coordinate your visit with the child’s teacher and the school’s front office.
Create a Special Breakfast
There’s nothing like waking up to the smell of fresh breakfast on your own birthday. Kids love to feel special and there is no doubt that breakfast and bed will make them feel like princes and princesses for the day. Bring your child a delicacy of his favorite breakfast, whether it’s chocolate pancakes or an egg omelet with cheese. You may make silly faces on pancakes, waffles or French toast through the use of fruits and whipped cream.