Is your child ready to party? Do they understand their limits and boundaries?

March 3, 2013 at 6:20 PM Leave a comment

In the animal kingdom the mother nudges and pushes her pups to teach them their boundaries. She has to do it to keep them alive and well.balloons_edited-1
Yes, a child that doesn’t know their limits isn’t in much danger at a birthday party. Yet, an out of control child in a store, restaurant, or parking lot can be a danger to themselves and others. Being a parent is a full-time job and a huge responsibility!
Have you seen a child in need of understanding limits? Is there a way to make a suggestion to the child or parent without crossing the line?

Entry filed under: Planning Children's Birthday Parties: Hints, Social skills developed at Birthday parties. Tags: , , .

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