Where's the party held?
Our house, We have a large play room for the kids, we usually have the party at the house because 1. cheaper 2... cheaper... I normally setup my way too many video game systems to the tv's and monitors in the room so the kids can play what they want, Some of the adults that show up end up playing games too purely for memories as kids since I still have all my systems working from my atari and after. Plus we have a large backyard and a huge swingset so the kids can get tired out there, HOPEFULLY it doesnt decide to snow well into march, but if it does the kids can go sledding too.
I think you should probably hold off on the drinking around her at least. She's seven so I'm sure you can get her party out of the way early and then go celebrate St. Patty's day afterwords.
Then again I could just be speaking from my own inner child who really got fed up of seeing his father drink all the time.
My daughter has seen me drinking but I drink 1-2 beers max when I do and don't drink all that often, I honestly wont have more than 5-6 beers over the whole day, she knows beer is for adults.
Serve rum cake.
Actually thats for my birthday, my daughter doesn't like the taste of rum cake.
[quote=PunkFloyd, King of Bards]Whatever you do, don't participate in green beer. Whoever thought of that should be punched in the ****
I agree completely on this. To stick with the irish theme we picked up some Killian's Irish Red and Guinness.