C.D. asks from Fort Worth, TX on July 17, 2008
Party Ideas for 2Year Old Boy!
We are so tired of the backyard parties and the pizza place parties. Anyone have any other ideas, he doesn't have a whole lot of friends that would attend, but he has an older brother, older cousin, and younger cousin. So any cheap ideas!! Thanks moms. Any ideas please throw 'em out here!!!
So What Happened?™
Well moms I thought about so I had his party today at Build A Bear. IT WAS AMAZING. He had so much fun, they keep you entertained they entire time. The birthday boy had so much fun with his babies!! The best part they don't charge you for having the party. What you pay goes directly into the bear packages for the guests. Its starts at 10 and goes to what ever you want!! I definatly recommend it!
C.W. answers from Dallas on July 17, 2008
How about the Trinity Park Train in Fort Worth. It is very inexpensive $2-3 dollars to ride. They have picnic tables that you can use for parties. This is what we did last year and had a train theme. You can buy train tickets in bulk and you get them cheaper. This train is near the Fort Worth Zoo.
You could also go to a park and get a pavilion and reserve it with the city. Or you could go to McDonald's or Burger King and have a party there.
Hope this helps!
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S.W. answers from Dallas on July 18, 2008
I second the train near the Ft WOrth Zoo. My son, who is two, loved it!! We didn't have a party, but i think it would be fairly easy to pull off with a train theme. If you dont live too far, you could go back to your house, have cake, a pinata in the shape of a train.
If it will only be the four kids and adults you could have a zoo theme party.
Also, you could have a pool party at a local community pool.
A.C. answers from Dallas on July 18, 2008
LOVE the Trinity Park train. Also it looks like you've got a few months. We were thinking since it will be just our family, maybe 1 or 2 friends, we will be doing the pumpkin patch and pony ride thing (at the patch) this year, since we've got an autumn birthday coming too. You can play and do activities there, do a hayride, and there's picnic tables to have cake and food.
C.H. answers from Dallas on July 18, 2008
My nephew just turned three and he loves Thomas the Train. They have a place in Grapevine Mills called " Fun at Choo Choo Train" They also have party packages.
What about Pump It up or Let's Jump or Jumping Party. I had my daughter's party at Jumping Party in Arlington and it was smaller than Pump It Up and not so crowded..
A.S. answers from Dallas on July 17, 2008
We are doing a party at Adventure Kids Playcare in Southlake. You can rent the place for two hours for about $200 and bring your own cake, balloons, or you can pay a little more and they do it all with a theme. They have a play area, video games, kitchen, movie room where they can draw on the walls, and toys. They have high chairs for the little ones too. We needed something indoors to accommodate about 20 kids plus a lot of adults.
If there aren't too many kids you can go to Rain Forest Cafe. How about an animal stuffing party like Noah's Ark at your house? It could be a jungle theme. You can have a carousel party at the Parks Mall in Arlington. They have tables and chairs near the carousel and you can purchase pretty cheap day passes to ride and ride and ride.