How to throw your child a birthday party at home

How to throw your child a birthday party at home

Published in Culture Whisper By Jen Barton Packer.

Kids love birthdays, of course.

They're an excuse to eat junk and cake - lots of cake - to hang out with friends, to dress up and to spend an afternoon or evening doing something they love, whether that's trampolining or ice skating, watching the latest film or having a "midnight feast" (at 8pm) at a sleepover.

Even while we're in semi-quarantine, you can still have all of the best bits of the birthday: family, friends, entertainment, cake and a birthday to remember for your child. Here are the ingredients you need to have a brilliant birthday party at home - and yes, a laptop to take your party virtual is definitely one of them.

Check the full article here.


New Yorker Jen prides herself on keeping her accent after a decade in Blighty. You'll find her chasing her four children and unruly bulldog, writing and editing for a range of titles and obsessing over food-shaped handbags.

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