Those who know me also know how crazy I am when it comes to birthdays – be it someone else’s or my own. And when it comes to H’s birthday, I go all out. However, I don’t believe in hiring a professional party organiser. I prefer to take the DIY route instead and do thinks in my own special way. Care to check out what all we did on my kiddo’s First Tooth bash and first and second birthdays.
Now, coming to this post. Apart from planning a party, there are little big things that you can do to add a little more zing and excitement to your child’s birthday. How about adopting a birthday tradition that you can do on every birthday? Tradition as the word suggest can be one fun ritual that you can adopt and continue doing it on your child’s birthday year after year. There’s no age limit to pampering, isn’t it? Wondering what all can you do? Here’s help…
I have an announcement here! This April, I will be participating in the A to Z Challenge. For the uninitiated, #AtoZChallenge, is about blogging everyday in April except for Sundays. Each day you have to blog about one alphabet, starting with A. So, 26 alphabets for 26 days of April. (Sundays are off here ;))
April is a special month for me. Or shall I say – since last year, the month has become special. It was in April last year that I got my new identity. After being a daughter, sister, daughter-in-law, friend and wife for all these years – I became a ‘mother.’. So, when I got to know about the #AtoZChallenge in April, I knew I was participating to make April all the more exciting!
And today is #AtoZChallenge Theme Reveal! So, here’s my theme ***Drumroll**!
It’s not very tough to guess my theme. Yes, it’s going to be all about Hiyashaa (Baby H’s) First Year & First Birthday.
Though she’s always on my mind, but April is going to be extra-special. After all it’s her birthday month. So, all through April you’ll be reading a lot more about H’s first year, her achievements, her fears, what makes her cry and what brings joy to her. Along with that you’ll also see me blogging about Birthday Parties – so what you’ll get is a complete guide for planning your child’s birthday party.
So, I hope you will follow my blog (you can do that on right hand side) and come back on April 1st to see what’s the first post about!