Children’s Birthday Parties & How NOT to Hate Them: The Home Hour, Episode 91

We’re talking about one area of hospitality we just can’t get away from… no matter how hard we may try! You guessed it, today on The Home Hour it’s all about children’s birthday parties. 

Whether it’s parties at home, parties at venues, parties with family or parties for itty-bitties, we’re tackling all your burning questions about how to celebrate your children’s special day.

Join Graham and Kirsten as they re-live their favorite childhood birthday memories and share what’s worked and what’s failed when trying to recreate the joy for their kids!  We also talk about the pressure to create amazing birthday parties, whether goody-bags should be a thing, and why there are some children birthday parties that just shouldn’t include children. Plus, silly string woes, the world’s oldest birthday party magician, and why a table full of flames never disappoints.

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2 Comments

  1. Wait, kids don’t open gifts at parties anymore? I had no idea! Is it considered rude now?

    My son is only 14 months and he was invited to his first birthday party this weekend.

    • Haha! I don’t think it’s rude, I just think it’s not really done as common practice anymore. I honestly even didn’t think it was an official “thing” until Graham brought it up on the show and I realized, “Oh yeah? No one really does that anymore!?”
      Have fun at the first birthday party! (Don’t be scared. They’re really not that bad!) 🙂

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