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Calling All Teen Moms Kara {Aidens Mommy} 1 child; Texas 1756 posts
22nd Sep '12

My sons birthday is less then a month away crazy I can't believe it all I want to do is cry I miss cuddling with him all the time, I miss waking up in the middle of the night to feed him, now all I do is fear that he will crawl up the stairs or get hurt. Anyways that is besides the point, I am a teen mom obviously, I have yet to find a new job since I have been let go of my last, but I want to throw a party. Are there any teen moms that don't have a job and have thrown their baby a birthday party? How did you do it? I need some ideas and quick his birthday is in 2 weeks...

user banned 2 kids; Fucking, Austria 36337 posts
22nd Sep '12

I'm not a teen mom but go to the dollar store. There is plenty of things there to throw a decent party.

Kelly&Coralie 1 child; Rochester, New York 55087 posts
status 22nd Sep '12

if you can't afford a party, then don't have one. It's not a big deal.

Maybe make a small cake (a box mix is like 1.99 or cheaper). That'about it

It's so Fluffayy! Due March 17; 19 kids; Texas 4279 posts
22nd Sep '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Kara {Aidens Mommy}:</b>" My sons birthday is less then a month away crazy I can't believe it all I want to do is cry I miss cuddling ... [snip!] ... a job and have thrown their baby a birthday party? How did you do it? I need some ideas and quick his birthday is in 2 weeks..."</blockquote>




Dollar tree works wonders, we made a cake and something easy like hot dogs

Amber ♡ Due August 13; 1 child; Kansas 17684 posts
22nd Sep '12
Quoting ☾BizzyBee♉:" There are plenty of single, older moms who didn't have jobs who threw their kids a birthday party. Just pointing that out..."


Was thinking the same thing lol

Kara {Aidens Mommy} 1 child; Texas 1756 posts
22nd Sep '12
Quoting ☾BizzyBee♉:" There are plenty of single, older moms who didn't have jobs who threw their kids a birthday party. Just pointing that out..."


Haven't met many... Most single moms I have met have jobs.

user banned 2 kids; Fucking, Austria 36337 posts
22nd Sep '12
You and me + 4 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 4113 posts
22nd Sep '12
Quoting ☾BizzyBee♉:" There are plenty of single, older moms who didn't have jobs who threw their kids a birthday party. Just pointing that out..."


:!::!:

1 child; Chicopee, MA, United States 30921 posts
22nd Sep '12

just dont have a party.. you can still give him a special day. bring him somewheres cheap, or even free like the park. he doesnt need a party. my son is 4 and has only had 1 brithday party hes not going to grow up and resent me for it

AidensMama101107 18 kids; Wichita, Kansas 3453 posts
22nd Sep '12

I didn't work for the first two years of my sons life. I had a hard time leaving my baby for any reason even school. For his 1st birthday money was very tight and so we just did a family party. No decorations. But he did have his baby cake of course. You could make decorations if you want some and make a cake. Your baby doesnt care he is only a year old. I didnt start buying decorations and inviting other kids until he was 3 when he was old enough to enjoy it.

Milk Monster 2 kids; Arizona 9089 posts
23rd Sep '12

For DS' birthday we did a pot luck style party (everyone brought a dish) we made some bean dip, brought chips, and some hot dogs. Other than that everyone else brought a dish or two. We made his cakes and we didn't decorate because we had it at a park and saw no reason to decorate. I wish we would have done that this year! We just dropped over $200 at Peter Piper for his second birthday and we will NEVER have his party there again.