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party poopers... myleene klaas embroiled in mom wars
Her daughter, Ava. 7)
, Was invited to the birthday party of two girls in her class, the fee is privatepaying, all-
Women\'s School in north London
Good so far.
It\'s great when your child is included.
On top of that, Myleene then reprimanded the mothers of these little girls on social media as they advised the guests to contribute to the cost of the particular gift the children wanted. Cue mom wars.
Every parent knows. and-a-
The average half hour of a children\'s party is slower than the time spent sitting in a dentist\'s chair.
Small people are very noisy, and other people\'s children are always inferior to the beautiful angels you grew up.
Once you pay for an entertainer or event, it\'s also expensive for kids to party. The old-
The old homemade party we remember from an early age --
By package, music Chair, jelly and ice-cream -
It sounds appealing before you try.
If you ever try to save money by giving up third place
You will know that professionals work hard for their money.
Another thing that has happened over the years is the number of guests considered appropriate.
In the past, children were allowed to invite one person to celebrate each year --five for five-years-
Old, eight. years-old and so on.
Now, the bigger numbers are the norm.
Class invitation criteria below10s.
There are a lot of balloons and sausage cocktails.
As the number increases, the level of waste involved is also increasing.
Anyone who has enjoyed cleaning up \"happy\" after a party at home will be too familiar with scraping marshmallows from the carpet, putting mountains of uneaten food into the bin, and a few liters of carbonated drinks in the sink.
It\'s just food.
Typical gifts are cheap plastic and cheap craft bags --
There are really eight. year-
People who like to make candles in their spare time don\'t think so-
Irritating toiletries and ugly synthetic pajamas.
If a child has 20 guests at her party and each brings a gift worth 10 euros, it is rubbish for 200 euros.
Garbage will wither in the cupboard until it is registered or stored in a local charity store.
Besides, the cost of going-
All family bags
The average cost is 3 euros-
This is another € 60 for sugar and plastic, which is neither needed nor needed.
Myleene caused a lot of attention because she posted on Instagram the emails she received from the mother of the girl in her daughter\'s class about the upcoming birthday party.
These women advise guests to donate £ 10 so that birthday girls can combine these donations to purchase \"big\" gifts from Kindle and writing desk, respectively.
Klass claimed to want to put the fun back on her birthday and joked that her daughter wanted a live Unicorn on her birthday, and that she herself didn\'t mind Ferrari and Leonardo DiCaprio.
The reaction of Mumsnet.
Com mainly supported her and praised her for calling for a trend of greed and greed.
But where is the pleasure of wasting money on things no one wants? The mother of Myleene\'s acceptance of the task may have awkwardly expressed their request, and they are undeniably precocious to their daughter but their intentions are good.
Their children end up with a decent gift, much better than randomly assembling pieces of the toy store.
But in Eva\'s class, Myleene didn\'t help her daughter.
She said the events happened more than a year ago and she changed all her names so that the children and their mothers would not be recognized.
But they know who they are and they know the daughter of Myleene.
The former pop star is said to have been questioned by parents outside school, who asked her why she felt forced to make public.
Myleene is said to have asked them to talk to her in private, if there is a problem with what they say to her --
In this case, a strange response is that the female principal of the school resolved the dispute in the weekly newsletter, warning Myleene to distract her opponent\'s head education business: \"If your principal says, \"Don\'t tweet anything. \"
One way to solve all this nonsense is to ban gifts and going out --
Bag at home.
This has happened in some schools where the parents of one class of students have agreed to the party\'s policy for the coming year.
Val Reid of Darky and the parents of the other two children in her daughter Molly\'s class got together and they had their birthday about the same time.
They decided that they would be together
Hold a party for the three children.
As a four-year-old mother, Val has been around the block in terms of having a children\'s party for her older children, and she wants to eat something simpler and cheaper.
\"We invited everyone in the class to a playground in the area.
Each of them brought food for a picnic.
We asked them not to bring gifts, but a donation of £ 5 per person.
Every birthday child has a 20 euro voucher and we donate the rest to an animal charity.
\"The kids are happy to hand over 50 euros to the local dog rescue agency.
Frankly, I would be happy to donate at any party --
If someone makes it easier for me and I don\'t have to go to the store for gifts, I\'m there.