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If getting your kids to eat dinner on Halloween night is a struggle for you the way it always was for me, set a table your kids can't resist. Posable skeletons are pretty inexpensive, and they make a fun and unexpected centerpiece for your Halloween tablescape....
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Years ago, my daughters went to a birthday party and came home with the cutest party favor. I thought I’d re-create it for you here with a couple extra ideas thrown in. The favor was a popcorn box filled with movie theater-size candy. And yes, both my girls were smart...
You listened to me and, even more importantly, listened to my daughter.
I don’t feel alone with you. Thank you a million times over for your help!
Just so you know, I think you’re awesome! Thank you for everything. You always go above and beyond.
I saved time, I saved money, I saved major headaches, and the party was a big hit!
Founder of The Party Teacher
I am an Atlanta-based wife, mom and children’s party planner. Between my twin girls, and a full-time job, I am always busy, but party planning is one thing I always seem to be able to find time for. At The Party Teacher, I teach other busy moms how to fit party planning into their lives, so they never miss an opportunity to celebrate special moments with their kids. My blog is your go-to source for party planning tips, party tutorials, recipes and birthday party plans.