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Re: 1st birthday with no party ..ok lang kaya?
« Reply #30 on: October 30, 2011, 09:52:43 pm »

hi sis

Yun priest nun wedding ko told me that mas dapat i celebrate ang anniversary than wedding. kasi its a way of thanking God and ur husband for another year together. I think it goes well with celebrating birthdays, you have to celebrate kasi its a year of  having your baby, your love and your life.

a simple house party will do, kahit invite mo lang un immediate family members and super close friends and don't forget to capture the moments  ;)
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Re: 1st birthday with no party ..ok lang kaya?
« Reply #31 on: October 31, 2011, 11:59:39 am »

I agree din na simple party pwede na. Yung first birthday ng baby ko house party lang din basta mairaos yung isang taon nung bata kasi blessing talaga yun. And sa hotel same or less pa nga siguro magagastos mo kung cake, pancit or spag, shanghai ang handa mo. :)
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Re: 1st birthday with no party ..ok lang kaya?
« Reply #32 on: October 31, 2011, 12:59:48 pm »

sis jenah: hi! it's really up to you how her first birthday would be celebrated, kasi your baby won't be able to tell you yet until maybe about three or four years old kung anong gusto niya. :) when your baiby's old enough to make that kind of choice, eh susunod ka na lang sa kanya. hehe.

Birthdays naman are celebrated not because of the guests, or the food, or the activities - it's actually more of a thanksgiving. :) I think kaya karamihan first birthday ang most celebrated is because it's the most eventful first twelve months nung bata, and most especially for first-time parents. :) Kumbaga you're giving thanks for the baby's good health and development, for the guidance and the blessings na you received din as parents.

Now it's really up to you if you want it to be a party, na you give thanks by giving to others too (through sharing of food ganyan), or you can make it an intimate event na lang din na kayo-kayo lang pamilya. If you decide to check in to a hotel and go shopping na lang for baby's things, that's actually very practical (not much with the hotel part though, pero kung ang preference mo talaga is kayo-kayo lang ni hubby, baby, and you, then I guess that's ok) kasi yung things magagamit pa for a long time ni baby.

But then again, a momentous event like your baby's first birthday would always feel best celebrated with people you love or are close to you. Hindi naman kailangan na madaming invited, kahit kayo lang saka si lolo't lola, your close friends, or kahit yung kapitbahay nyo lang kung malayo both your parent or yung friends sa inyo.

I personally think na smaller parties are more fun, kasi piling-pili mo yung mga taong aattend, people na gusto mo talagang kasama. Plus konting food, konting decor, makes a party na! :) The preparation doesn't have to be bongga, anyway, anything you do out of love will always be appreciated. :)

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Re: 1st birthday with no party ..ok lang kaya?
« Reply #33 on: October 31, 2011, 03:35:21 pm »


to all SP mom's.... Thank you for the replies it help me talaga mag decide gusto ko talaga ng party para kay baby siguro masyado ako nag eexpect na kailangan marami ako guest para maging masaya hehe..
salamat po talaga sa lahat nag bigay ng advice na inspire nyo ko talaga  actually meron na ko venue for my baby's party konti lang guest ko like what you said intimate party lang few friends , relatives and ninong ninang na available that day..

thanks mom sa uulitin... ;D
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Re: 1st birthday with no party ..ok lang kaya?
« Reply #34 on: October 31, 2011, 04:19:27 pm »

Small parties are sometomes better than the big ones,kase snall nga you have the time to entertain lahat ng bisita mo,closest friends and relatives are there kaya talagang genuine love ang makikita mo...it's not the party naman talaga eh,it's the joy and happiness that you create on the party....
firts birthday are more on thanks giving for the one year na you have si baby...
it's not pabonggahan but you know us mom we really want to give the best.....
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Re: Baby's 1st birthday - no party?
« Reply #35 on: June 12, 2012, 08:18:04 am »

related topic Unique Birthday Party Ideas........no venue required
http://www.smartparenting.com.ph/parentchat/index.php/topic,35679.
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1st birthday...no party.
« Reply #36 on: February 20, 2013, 09:53:33 pm »

Hi mga sis, ok lang ba na hindi namin mabigyan ng bonggang party ang baby namin? Sa may na ang birthday niya. Actually, nakaka guilty din kasi 1st birthday @ 1st baby namin sya. Ang kaso lang si hubby lang ang may work ngayon tapos marami kaming bayarin. Naisip ko na mag jollibee na lang kaso medyo mahal na din at parang nakakahinayang din mag labas ng medyo malaking pera lalo sa sitwasyon namin.

Ano ba ang magandang gawing mga mommies? Yun bang kahit papano syempre makapag celebrate kami ng birthday niya kahit simple lang.

Thanks! :)
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« Reply #37 on: February 20, 2013, 10:54:53 pm »

Sa kulturang Pilipino, parang lagi tayo naghahanda pag first birthday pero hindi naman kailangan bongga talaga. Kahit pansit lang, okay na iyon. Magsimba lang kayo pamilya at konting salo salo. Maging practical lang. 
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Re: 1st birthday...no party.
« Reply #38 on: February 20, 2013, 11:03:18 pm »

Ganyan din kami sa first baby namin kasi nga nagsisimula pa lang kami. Ang importante, mag-church kayong mag-anak. Kung talagang gusto nyo na me celebration, sa bahay na lang. Luto lang ng konti, at di kailangan na  magarbo. God bless and advance happy birthday sa baby mo
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Re: 1st birthday...no party.
« Reply #39 on: February 20, 2013, 11:20:17 pm »

sis okay lang naman kahit di bongga ang birthday, siguro kahit pansit or spaghetti lang okay na. Kung maglaan ka man ng budget siguro samahan mo ng cake para kahit pano may blowing of candles saka konting lobo. Wag kalimutan magsimba Di kaylangan ang bonggang handaan lalo na kung may mga bagay pa tayong pagkakagastusan.

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Re: Baby's 1st birthday - no party?
« Reply #40 on: February 21, 2013, 01:19:20 am »

Tama sila sis, pwede naman di magbonggang 1st birthday. Naging kaugalian na lang. Mas importante is magsimba and magpasalamat. Pwede na simpleng salo salo sa bahay ng pamilya, special gift kay baby and cake for blowing. If kaya ng budget, may konting balloons para sa baby.

Besides di pa naman naeenjoy ng 1 year old baby ang party kasi usually puro adults ang bisita kasi wala pa naman sya talaga playmates. Mas ok ang bonggang party pag maeenjoy na no baby like if 3 yrs old and up na sya. For me, dun dapat pag-ipunan para maaappreciate na ni baby ang party niya kahit papano :)
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