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Hi group! I don't post often but really need some ideas. My daughter is having a slumber party on June 2 (13th birthday). I was able to get a really nice two bedroom suite donated to have it at. I need ideas with what to do with the girls after the pool closes, as I know they are not going to want

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  1. #1
    queenofgabend@aol.com
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    Hi group! I don't post often but really need some ideas. My daughter is having a slumber party on June 2 (13th birthday). I was able to get a really nice two bedroom suite donated to have it at. I need ideas with what to do with the girls after the pool closes, as I know they are not going to want to go to bed, LOL! I am on a STRICT budget and want her to get the best party she can, she deserves it after she has helped me some much this past two years with my surgery recoveries and running the house. Please send me suggestions on how to make it GREAT!!!

    Thanks and God Bless from St George, GA,
    Jai Kyle, wife to Alvin, mother to Thomas 13, Jesika, 11, Charlie 7, mother figure to Brandon 16, James 11, Amber 12, Brandie 10, Blade 7 and another Brandon 11 (yes I know this is alot, many of the kids in my rural neighborhood call me mom and come in and out as they know this is a safe home for them to come to. I do everything I can to help them and have taught myself to cook for a small army on little income <PASTA FONT>


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    Dusty Counts
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    We had a MAJOR financial reversal two years ago. My daughter planned her own 13th birthday. She had a slumber party here at home. She got some great ideas for games from books in the library. She had girls from 11-20 at her party. They all had fun playing the games. I don't remember what they were but she found them in game and birthday party books.
    Dusty in NC

    queenofgabend@aol.com wrote: <font id="role_document" color="#000000" face="Arial" size="2"> Hi group! I don't post often but really need
    some ideas. My daughter is having a slumber party on June 2 (13th birthday). I was able to get a really nice two bedroom suite donated to have it at. I need ideas with what to do with the girls after the pool closes, as I know they are not going to want to go to bed, LOL! I am on a STRICT budget and want her to get the best party she can, she deserves it after she has helped me some much this past two years with my surgery recoveries and running the house. Please send me suggestions on how to make it GREAT!!! <font family="SANSSERIF" ptsize="10" face="Arial" lang="0" size="2">Thanks and God Bless from St George, GA,
    Jai Kyle, wife to Alvin, mother to Thomas 13, Jesika, 11, Charlie 7, mother figure to Brandon 16, James 11, Amber 12, Brandie 10, Blade 7 and another Brandon 11 (yes I know this is alot, many of the kids in my rural neighborhood call me mom and come in and out as they know this is a safe home for them to come to. I do
    everything I can to help them and have taught myself to cook for a small army on little income <PASTA font></PASTA>


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  3. #3
    Sondra Nelson
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    Do girls that age still do make-overs? We used to all the time. We would do each others hair and make-up, and then be silly and take pictures. Do you have a fridge/freezer in the suite? If you do one thing my Mom always did (I had a lot of sleepovers) was a sundae bar. Get a half gallon of vanilla ice cream, one of chocolate, and one of strawberry. Chocolate syrup, caramel or butterscotch, whipped cream, a few cherries, sprinkles and set them all out. We always had bananas too. The girls can make their owns sundaes and then get all cozy and watch a rented movie. Sondra

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    armstrca
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    <DIV dir="ltr" align="left"><SPAN class="288310813-23052007">DIY Glamour-shots. Supply make-up, a digital camera, computerand photo paper. They can make each other up, then take pix print the good ones then pass them around. Or you could get a polaroid camera - the kind that shoots pix out then they develop.







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    Hi group! I don't post often but really need some ideas. My daughter is having a slumber party on June 2 (13th birthday).



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    carrie4kids
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    Hi! I don't post very often either, but I was compelled this time.

    My daughter will be 14 on June 2 - too funny. You might want to

    consider a makeup party (although my daughter doesn't wear makeup

    yet, most do). They could do facials, learn how to apply makeup

    properly, or give each other manicures/pedicures. Games also work

    well, board games, cards, etc. If they need time to "calm" down, a

    good video and popcorn might do the trick. My daughter likes to cake

    decorate - they could all decorate a cake or cupdakes for your

    daughter. Do a web search and you can easily find various games etc.

    for parties.



    On my daughter's birthday, we always spend the whole day together. I

    sure am glad it's a Saturday this year. She loves to go to the mall

    so this is always a special treat for her. We don't go to the mall

    very often. We are going to get pedicures and who knows what else.

    I'm open for any suggestions as well. I want it to be a great day. I

    have four children, so I love to have this special time with her.

    Hope this helps and good luck.





    Carrie

    http://www.carriebarnett.scent-team.com







    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, queenofgabend@... wrote:

    >

    > Hi group! I don't post often but really need some ideas. My

    daughter is

    > having a slumber party on June 2 (13th birthday). I was able to get

    a really nice

    > two bedroom suite donated to have it at. I need ideas with what to

    do with

    > the girls after the pool closes, as I know they are not going to

    want to go to

    > bed, LOL! I am on a STRICT budget and want her to get the best

    party she can,

    > she deserves it after she has helped me some much this past two

    years with

    > my surgery recoveries and running the house. Please send me

    suggestions on how

    > to make it GREAT!!!

    >

    > Thanks and God Bless from St George, GA,

    > Jai Kyle, wife to Alvin, mother to Thomas 13, Jesika, 11, Charlie

    7, mother

    > figure to Brandon 16, James 11, Amber 12, Brandie 10, Blade 7 and

    another

    > Brandon 11 (yes I know this is alot, many of the kids in my rural

    neighborhood

    > call me mom and come in and out as they know this is a safe home

    for them to

    > come to. I do everything I can to help them and have taught myself

    to cook for

    > a small army on little income

    >

    >

    >

    > ************************************** See what's free at

    http://www.aol.com.

    >










  6. #6
    hweid11
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    I just thought of this idea....

    Have an AVON party. Have a representative come to her party

    after the pool time (nice clean faces) and have a "makeover"

    session. Then send books home with each guest so the orders can

    come in as a "book party"(that way moms can order too). See if the

    rep. will give your daughter a percentage of the proceeds as a

    hostess gift to pick out her own make-up & stuff. I know Mary Kay

    does it that way, I think AVON does too. AVON is just much less

    expensive

    Hope this helps. It won't cost you a penny & your daughter gets

    another gift

    Hanna

    P.S. I just let my 10 & 16 yr old daughters see this & they begged

    me to do that for them LOL. They also said it's fun to have

    everyone bring their favorite board game. Happy B-day to Your

    daughter







    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, queenofgabend@... wrote:

    >

    > Hi group! I don't post often but really need some ideas. My

    daughter is

    > having a slumber party on June 2 (13th birthday). I was able to

    get a really nice

    > two bedroom suite donated to have it at. I need ideas with what to

    do with

    > the girls after the pool closes, as I know they are not going to

    want to go to

    > bed, LOL! I am on a STRICT budget and want her to get the best

    party she can,

    > she deserves it after she has helped me some much this past two

    years with

    > my surgery recoveries and running the house. Please send me

    suggestions on how

    > to make it GREAT!!!

    >

    > Thanks and God Bless from St George, GA,

    > Jai Kyle, wife to Alvin, mother to Thomas 13, Jesika, 11, Charlie

    7, mother

    > figure to Brandon 16, James 11, Amber 12, Brandie 10, Blade 7 and

    another

    > Brandon 11 (yes I know this is alot, many of the kids in my rural

    neighborhood

    > call me mom and come in and out as they know this is a safe home

    for them to

    > come to. I do everything I can to help them and have taught

    myself to cook for

    > a small army on little income

    >

    >

    >

    > ************************************** See what's free at

    http://www.aol.com.

    >










  7. #7
    Herlean
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    Movies and popcorn? I have heard some people let their daughters do each other nails (manicures & pedicures); facials, etc. Herlean

    queenofgabend@aol.com wrote: Hi group! I don't post often but really need some ideas. My daughter is having a slumber party on June 2 (13th birthday). I was able to get a really nice two bedroom suite donated to have it at. I need ideas with what to do with the girls after the pool closes, as I know they are not going to want to go to bed, LOL! I am on a STRICT budget and want her to get the best party she can, she deserves it after she has helped me some much this past two years with my surgery recoveries and running the house. Please send me suggestions on
    how to make it GREAT!!! <FONT lang="0" face="Arial" size="2" PTSIZE="10" FAMILY="SANSSERIF">Thanks and God Bless from St George, GA,
    Jai Kyle, wife to Alvin, mother to Thomas 13, Jesika, 11, Charlie 7, mother figure to Brandon 16, James 11, Amber 12, Brandie 10, Blade 7 and another Brandon 11 (yes I know this is alot, many of the kids in my rural neighborhood call me mom and come in and out as they know this is a safe home for them to come to. I do everything I can to help them and have taught myself to cook for a small army on little income <PASTA and>


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    docnsure
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    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, queenofgabend@... wrote:

    >

    > Hi group! I don't post often but really need some ideas. My daughter is

    > having a slumber party on June 2 (13th birthday). I was able to get a really

    nice

    > two bedroom suite donated to have it at. I need ideas with what to do with



    For my daughter's 13th slumber party we got a newly released movie all the girls

    could watch

    (make sure that none of the invited girls have restrictions on what they can

    watch). The DVD

    was under $20 and we could watch it later. Give the girls some nail polish and

    maybe even

    some old makeup and let them dress up and talk and do what they want to do. I

    think

    sometimes parents feel that they have to have a plan for EVERY MINUTE of the

    party- go with

    the flow. They might all be friends but when do they get to just hang out and

    talk, their busy

    at school and after school activities. Oh one other thing we have done and the

    kids all play

    with it is blow up balloons and leave them lay around on the floor they will

    start their own

    games with them. Have fun!! Oh and if you have a digital camera let them take

    pictures all

    night. My girls can go through 300 to 400 shots in a night (but then again we

    own a portable

    photography studio). Just give them the camera they will have a blast












  9. #9
    Katherine Lassiter
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    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, queenofgabend@... wrote:
    >
    > Hi group! I don't post often but really need some ideas. ******** My daughter went to birthday party a few years ago at a hotel. They decorated pillow cases with fabric paints and Sharpies. Of course, you will need a lot of room and plenty of clean-up supplies! Kathy<!-- ygrp-msg
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    gourdsbykathy
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    I had a mall scavenger hunt. I gave each person $5 or $10 to work

    with, not sure it was 10 years ago. I made a list with free stuff

    and stuff I needed for my house. Everyone had one hour to hunt for

    their treasures. We met at the food court and had a blast, they all

    shared there stories. Some of the sales clerks were so nice and

    helped the girls get better deals on things like washcloths.



    Some of the items I listed were: a penny from the year you were born

    (the birthday girl) a disposable cup (which I used for the soda I

    brought with me), a perfume sample, bulk candy, a blue wash rag (my

    bathroom is blue), white thread, a dog treat, a brochure, etc. I can

    not remember everything, but they went off in groups. I got stuff

    for my house and we still talk about it. I think I had around 15

    items on the list. I went to the mall earlier and kind of looked

    around for some items that would be useful and FREE. . The goal

    was to come back with the most items from the list and the most

    change! I had a prize for the winning team.

    Then we had pizza and used the candy as our snack.



    Hope this helps!



    Kathy





    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "carrie4kids" <barnett.carrie@...>

    wrote:

    >

    > Hi! I don't post very often either, but I was compelled this

    time.

    > My daughter will be 14 on June 2 - too funny. You might want to

    > consider a makeup party (although my daughter doesn't wear makeup

    > yet, most do). They could do facials, learn how to apply makeup

    > properly, or give each other manicures/pedicures. Games also work

    > well, board games, cards, etc. If they need time to "calm" down, a

    > good video and popcorn might do the trick. My daughter likes to

    cake

    > decorate - they could all decorate a cake or cupdakes for your

    > daughter. Do a web search and you can easily find various games

    etc.

    > for parties.

    >

    > On my daughter's birthday, we always spend the whole day together.

    I

    > sure am glad it's a Saturday this year. She loves to go to the

    mall

    > so this is always a special treat for her. We don't go to the mall

    > very often. We are going to get pedicures and who knows what else.

    > I'm open for any suggestions as well. I want it to be a great day.

    I

    > have four children, so I love to have this special time with her.

    > Hope this helps and good luck.

    >

    >

    > Carrie

    > http://www.carriebarnett.scent-team.com

    >

    >

    >

    > --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, queenofgabend@ wrote:

    > >

    > > Hi group! I don't post often but really need some ideas. My

    > daughter is

    > > having a slumber party on June 2 (13th birthday). I was able to

    get

    > a really nice

    > > two bedroom suite donated to have it at. I need ideas with what

    to

    > do with

    > > the girls after the pool closes, as I know they are not going to

    > want to go to

    > > bed, LOL! I am on a STRICT budget and want her to get the best

    > party she can,

    > > she deserves it after she has helped me some much this past two

    > years with

    > > my surgery recoveries and running the house. Please send me

    > suggestions on how

    > > to make it GREAT!!!

    > >

    > > Thanks and God Bless from St George, GA,

    > > Jai Kyle, wife to Alvin, mother to Thomas 13, Jesika, 11,

    Charlie

    > 7, mother

    > > figure to Brandon 16, James 11, Amber 12, Brandie 10, Blade 7

    and

    > another

    > > Brandon 11 (yes I know this is alot, many of the kids in my

    rural

    > neighborhood

    > > call me mom and come in and out as they know this is a safe home

    > for them to

    > > come to. I do everything I can to help them and have taught

    myself

    > to cook for

    > > a small army on little income

    > >

    > >

    > >

    > > ************************************** See what's free at

    > http://www.aol.com.

    > >

    >










  11. #11
    Chris Owens
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    Two fun easy games we do as a scout troop cabin camping that can be

    used anywhere



    TP Divas - divide girls into pairs, one girl is the model and one is

    the designer, the designer gets the absolute cheapest roll of toliet

    paper you can find and rolls it onto the model designing an outfit.

    It could be a gowns, dresses, bathing wear. Give them a timelimit

    for this - take a picture of the model and her designer outfit with

    the designer (usually I will splurge and buy wax lips for each girl

    to add to the zany-ness a bit). Then have the girls switch -

    designers become models and vice versa. The leftover paper can

    either be saved to use in paper mache or in the garden. I use it in

    those spots you don't want grass to grow under the mulch, decomposes

    back into the ground while killing the weeds by smotherization!!!



    Cool Whip frenzy (VERY messy) - divide girls into pairs, one girl is

    seated and blindfolded (consider a tarp under the chair), the other

    girl is also blindfolded and is given a small bowl of Cool Whip and

    a plastic spoon. The object is one girl is supposed to feed the

    other girl the Cool Whip. We usually get flavored and make sure

    everyone uses the bathroom first as it is hilarious to watch. You

    can substitute birthday cake, ice cream, pudding for the Cool Whip

    if you want. To make this last even longer have everyone gather

    around the pair to watch as they try to get it right! We usually

    follow this with facials/shampooing each other's hair for kinda

    obvious reasons (lol).





    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, queenofgabend@... wrote:

    >

    > Hi group! I don't post often but really need some ideas. My

    daughter is

    > having a slumber party on June 2 (13th birthday). I was able to

    get a really nice

    > two bedroom suite donated to have it at. I need ideas with what to

    do with

    > the girls after the pool closes, as I know they are not going to

    want to go to

    > bed, LOL! I am on a STRICT budget and want her to get the best

    party she can,

    > she deserves it after she has helped me some much this past two

    years with

    > my surgery recoveries and running the house. Please send me

    suggestions on how

    > to make it GREAT!!!

    >

    > Thanks and God Bless from St George, GA,

    > Jai Kyle, wife to Alvin, mother to Thomas 13, Jesika, 11, Charlie

    7, mother

    > figure to Brandon 16, James 11, Amber 12, Brandie 10, Blade 7 and

    another

    > Brandon 11 (yes I know this is alot, many of the kids in my rural

    neighborhood

    > call me mom and come in and out as they know this is a safe home

    for them to

    > come to. I do everything I can to help them and have taught

    myself to cook for

    > a small army on little income

    >

    >

    >

    > ************************************** See what's free at

    http://www.aol.com.

    >










 

 

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