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birthday cupcakes at school Rss

when do you stop bringing in cupcakes to school for your kids?
Don't know? Maybe when they don't want you to anymore



doublewammy wrote:
Don't know? Maybe when they don't want you to anymore


agree with DW, maybe when they ask you not to?

our school prefers ice blocks (less allergy risks) and I don't think my kids will ever be too old to want ice blocks. smile


Mr J (April 2005) Miss Z (Feb 2007) and Miss O (Oct 2010)

Id go with what the child wants... I've managed to avoid it until now as DD1 turns 7 on Monday which is the first day of the term so looks like ill be doing cupcakes for her class smile



jazool wrote:
doublewammy wrote:
Don't know? Maybe when they don't want you to anymore

agree with DW, maybe when they ask you not to?

our school prefers ice blocks (less allergy risks) and I don't think my kids will ever be too old to want ice blocks. smile


Ice blocks are a great idea!



I wonder if it's an Australian thing as I have done cake of some form at daycare but pretty sure none of the kids at dds school have ever bought stuff to school for their birthdays?!

So for me, if they're at school then they get cake at their party but not at school.
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