Celebrating every month of my baby is always fun and I don’t miss out on making my baby’s every month birthday special. This time my baby turned 6 months old, it was his half birthday before his first. But, due to Coronavirus pandemic, we couldn’t celebrate the way we had planned. But this hasn’t stopped us from celebrating the 6-month birthday and making it a memorable one!
Here are a few tips and ideas to share with you all which I did for his 6-month birthday.
1. Choose a theme
Choose a theme maybe it can be in a cartoon character form or in a colour form etc. I choose light blue colour theme.
2. Hunt for party supplies
Start looking for supplies that you will be needing – from what you already have at home and start reusing them in a creative way.
3. Don’t forget balloons
I feel your child’s party will be incomplete without balloons. It creates a fun and playful environment for babies. I had a few foil balloons and a few basic balloons, which I mix-matched and used them.
4. Do it yourself
I made a few butterflies out of coloured papers. I also had a few strings of ribbon which I used to hang those butterflies. I also arranged for a few prints of my baby.
This was the best time to bake a cake, but this time, due to some reasons I couldn’t and the cake was ordered from a home baker. Ensure that it’s safe before getting it.
Kids love music and it’s the best way to have fun and get the party mode on!
7. Virtual guests
Pre-inform your near and dear ones to join in for your baby’s birthday celebration, singing and wishing happy birthday via video calls, a great way to involve everyone for the celebration.
Undoubtedly this lockdown has given us an opportunity to think and make memorable memories to cherish for life. Lockdown or no lockdown, everything is possible if we think creatively.
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