It happens to every parent. There will come a time, rest assured, when you realize that your child is just too darn old. They grow up so fast don’t they? No longer will they need you to hold their hand while crossing the street, soon they will start shaving and voting. Letting go is the right thing to do. If not for you, then dropping out of college to follow their dream of starting a meaningless tech company, which provides no real service or products, will never come true.
Take advantage of the remaining days you have together. Every moment is a valuable experience especially those special occasions that parents take to heart. If it requires colorful balloons, cake and personalized napkins, then by traditional standards, it’s considered a celebration, a parent’s right to embarrass their children time and time again. Deep down, kids love the attention, no matter how much they complain. Parents pretend not to know and fail to keep their secret.
The younger the child is the more freedom parents have to plan the celebration. This ironic quip is one of the axioms of parenthood. Parents are the original party planners. They may be a bit eccentric at times, but if it weren’t for them, then our birthdays, graduations, and holidays would have been lost somewhere in the confines of our childhood never to be remembered again. Yeah, it’s a Lifetime movie ready to happen.
Planning a party for a child has become the celebration of all celebrations. Today, we are overwhelmed by the many options available. Though certain party fundamentals remain the same, others like personalized napkins have gained popularity. Plan your next celebration around a personalized napkin. It’s not just a napkin anymore – it’s a necessary element for your party’s decor.