Celebrating Birthdays During Quarantine

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Celebrating Birthdays During Quarantine

Children love celebrating their birthday with friends and fun activities. If your child will be celebrating a birthday in quarantine, they may be feeling sad at not being able to have a traditional party. However, there are many fun ideas for celebrating your child’s birthday in quarantine.

Hold a movie marathon

If your child loves family movie night, why not make it an all-day event? Let your child choose a few of their favorite movies, create a comfortable living room environment with lots of cushions and blankets, and settle in for a fun day. You can even provide some favorite movie snacks and drinks that you can easily make with ingredients you have at home.

Let your child be the boss

Most of us are having trouble adjusting to the restrictions of quarantine, and children may have a harder time than adults. For their birthday, they might really enjoy being able to “be the boss” for that day, making all the decisions about the family’s clothes, food, and activities within the rules of quarantine.

Try a virtual party

Many of us are working from home and having virtual meetings, so why not host a virtual birthday party for your child? This can be a good idea if your child’s friends and family are on different schedules or live far away. Play music, sing songs, do show and tell, or just let the children talk to each other. You can also hire a virtual performer for your child’s birthday, or try free ones such as Camp.

Splurge on a special meal or dessert

People are trying to do their best on pantry and frozen food during quarantine, but your child’s birthday can be an ideal opportunity to celebrate while supporting a local business as well. Order their favorite meal for delivery, or even a dessert – or both. You can also buy ingredients to make your child’s favorite meal or snack with them.

Ask friends to drive by and celebrate from a distance

You may not be able to welcome your child’s friends to your home, but that doesn’t mean they can’t see them. Ask your child’s friends and family to drive by and honk, wave, or say hi from a safe distance. They can even bring balloons or special handmade signs.

Enjoy fun indoor activities and games

Many birthday parties for children focus on active games and fun activities. The good news is you can re-create many of these activities at home with just a little bit of setup. Try some fun indoor activities for children.

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