Scrapbook. This is also a wonderful little remembrance to send along with thank-you notes. To make it more interesting, pose kids with costumes or props which relate to the party theme.
Exercise is also extremely important in weight loss (and maintenance). You don’t have to work out until you drop, but you do need some sort of physical activity. Put together a program of aerobic and muscle strengthening exercises that you can do easily. Take some walks or ride a bicycle.
Invitation #4: Who doesn’t love presents? Everyone loves to receive a gift. Birthdays aren’t just about the cake and ice cream but the presents. A present invitation is a fun and entertaining way to invite someone to a party. It is cute and sweet. No present is a like. And therefore no present invite should be either.
“I am learning a lot about children. I’m required to take 12 hours of continuing education in order to maintain my foster parent certification. The last lecture I attended was by Dr. Charlotte Reznick, a child and educational psychologist.
If your child is into a challenge consider an activity like rock climbing. You can even do this if the weather is bad. There are plenty of recreational places that have rock climbing walls inside. Going caving is another great option.
Plan ahead. Plan to meet friends after a stressful day so you don’t run home and binge. Put thought into how you will feel after different situations and plan strategies to relieve negative emotions.
Are all the guests going to receive a party hat or some other party item? Your child could hand these out. This will help him or her to recognize their role as host.
Try this one: In Word-of-Mouth Marketing, (John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York) author Jerry Wilson tells of how he sent out hundreds of requests for person-to-person business experiences for his book. He requested both positive and negative stories.