Other than chuckie cheese? Help!

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    • Aj N.
    • Bremerton, Vereinigte Staaten
    • 1 Freund
    • 4 Beiträge
    14.6.2013

    My daughter will turn 2 on the 19th and I wanted to do something special for her. However we really don't have anybody to give our invitation with for a kids party since we are new in this town. We just want her to play and socialize with other kids on her day. Is there any program/activity that gathers kids and host a birthday party?   Any suggestions? Please i am all ears...

    • Heather J.
    • Mountlake Terrace, Vereinigte Staaten
    • 122 Freunde
    • 562 Beiträge
    14.6.2013

    You could take her to a children's museum.

  1. 14.6.2013

    Sign up with a mothers' (parents'?) co-op in your area, it'll integrate you better into your neighborhood and give you social benefits as well as your daughter :)

    • 0 Freunde
    • 7 Beiträge
    15.6.2013

    If she is two years old, the most fun and memorable thing you could do is probably let her play around in the dirt with some other kids.  Maybe give her some interesting textures and shapes too, like a bunch of spaghetti noodles.

  2. 15.6.2013

    Hi AJ! I highly recommend Sandbox Sports in Georgetown for some kids' playing time. Checking our their website for the Lil Diggers times. Tons of kids converge down there for some fun in the sand!

  3. 15.6.2013

    *check

    • Pamela K.
    • West Seattle, Seattle, Vereinigte Staaten
    • 20 Freunde
    • 14 Beiträge
    15.6.2013

    The Children's Museum at Seattle Center is pretty lame. We had the same exact issue when our son turned 2. What area are you in? If your close to a Spray Park, those are pretty fun & lots of kids running around.

  4. 15.6.2013

    Discovery Museum in Factoria, Children's Museum, Twirl in Queen Anne, the Zoo (and nearby playground), Water play areas in Everett, Bellevue all come to mind.

    seattleschild.com is a great resource to find kids activities here and +1 to joining a neighborhood parents group - you can usually find one online for your area on Yahoo.

    :)

    Check Seattle

    • Aj N.
    • Bremerton, Vereinigte Staaten
    • 1 Freund
    • 4 Beiträge
    16.6.2013

    We like the museum and the sand box suggestion. We are in Bremerton area but i wouldnt mind driving if we have to. Sand box in seattle?

  5. 17.6.2013

    Sandbox Sports is in Seattle :)

  6. 18.6.2013

    Seems as though all the kid birthday parties I've attended the past few years have been everywhere, but Chuck E Cheese.  Sandbox sounds awesome.  Some options you may have are jungle gyms, the bouncy house, Children's museum (already mentioned).  There's one in Tacoma if that is more convenient for you.  You can even do a pool party at the Aquatic Center in Federal Way (I'm sure other public pools have this option).  The Aquatic Center has a kid section with a huge pirate ship in the middle and it squirts water everywhere.  You wouldn't have to worry about kids drowning because they have lifeguards & there's a part where it starts very shallow and gradually gets deeper.  Plus, I'm sure parents will be monitoring.  The YMCA in Seatac has a room you can rent with a fully equipped kitchen.  There's a baby section for toddlers to crawl and a bigger play area (similar to Chuck E Cheese, but cleaner & newer).  You can bring your own food which makes it more affordable.  For an even more affordable route... the park.  Jefferson Park on Beacon Hill is fairly new and not only a playground, but zip line & water squirting area and tons of sleds.  A little bit for everyone... assuming it's a nice day.  Good luck!

  7. 18.6.2013

    Aw man I wanted to change my post after re-reading your original thread!  I originally skipped the part about the new in town, no party part.  Anyway, revised.  Sandbox sounds awesome.  There are kiddy bouncy houses, jungle gyms, Children's museum (already mentioned).  There's a Children's Museum in Tacoma which might be closer for you.  The Aquatic Center in Federal Way has a kid section with a huge pirate ship in the middle and it squirts water everywhere.  It's appropriate for all ages.  Jefferson Park on Beacon Hill is fairly new and not only a playground, but zip line & water squirting area and slides.

  8. 18.6.2013

    I was recently in Spokane and went with my friends and their kids to the Chuck E. Cheese in the valley. It was horrific, like an end-of-the-world apocalypse movie. One of the mothers there had a tattoo depicting a can of Pepsi can, a bottle of Jack Daniels , and a glass with ice and what I assume was supposed to be Jack and Pepsi.

  9. 19.6.2013

    "A little ditty about Jack & Pepsi" doesn't have *quite* the same ring to it, now does it? :)

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