Brithday Party

daughter and son - my daughter and son infront of our christmas tree this year.
@Tazzlady (174)
United States
January 23, 2008 12:26pm CST
I have two children their brithdays are very close together. My husband thinks that if one child does not want the other to attend their party that is OK. I think they are borther and sister they have should be able to go to each others party. What do you think?
3 responses
• United States
24 Jan 08
I think the kids are at the wierd stage where they want to be a part of what everyone else is doing but they do not want anyone to be a part of what they are doing. Give it a year or so and they will not want anyuthing to do with each other then you will have a whole new set of fights on your hands.
@Tazzlady (174)
• United States
24 Jan 08
I know they will grow out of it. But, want about my husband and I disagreament about this. I think they should both have to let the other attend each others party. My husband thinks that if the other does not want the other to attend then they should not.
@sedel1027 (17850)
• United States
23 Jan 08
I think it depends on the kids. My parents always had 2 separate parties for us. Usually, unless my brother invited someone I knew (and vice versa) we would not attend each others parties.
@Tazzlady (174)
• United States
24 Jan 08
When I was young I always went to my older sister brithday party's tell she turned a teenager. I was 5 years younger than her.
• United States
23 Jan 08
I think they should be able to go to each other's bday parties. Maybe you should let them choose, but also, if one goes to the others party and the other doesn't go to the one's bday party, someone might have hurt feelings. Maybe you should just let them decide and talk it over, depending on their age.
@Tazzlady (174)
• United States
23 Jan 08
In their lies the problems my daughter does not want my son to go to her party. But, my son wants to go. The are going to be 9 and 12