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Boys Night Out Movie Birthday Party

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At nine, my son was starting to really develop some core friendships. As I was thinking of a fun theme for the small group that he wanted at his birthday celebration, Boys Night Out just fit. You have to be really careful when not inviting all the boys in a class. The personality of the child determines whether or not this is possible. They can’t talk about it at school as it will make others feel left out and some school even frown upon handing out invitations if the whole class isn’t invited….girls and boys… Luckily my son could handle this. My daughter who is 11 can’t hold it in but he could.

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This party was all about what the boys wanted to do. The theaters have party packages that you can take advantage of. But since we were having such a small group, I didn’t feel that that was necessary. I picked the boys up at their homes and we headed to a movie. After the movie, the boys hit the arcade. They had so many tokens to spend. It was interesting how 2 of them were interested in how many tickets they could accumulate for prizes and the other just wanted to play games.

After being crazy, we loaded into a photo booth for candid shots of the boys and off to the food court where they all picked out exactly what cupcake they wanted. Boys Night Out was the perfect, easy, low key party for my son as he was able to spend quality time with his best buds. He really is wise beyond his years. When you have too many kids, it’s fun for the atmosphere but you really don’t get to spend one on one time with your guests as we’ve all learned through the years!

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