Keeping kids’ birthdays special - Valley News

There’s no friends gathering around the birthday cake while the birthday child blows out candles. No more pin the tale on the donkey. No more sleepovers. Parents are getting creative to make their children’s birthday celebrations memorable.

“It stinks for kids. She knows. She says, ‘Mom, I hate the new virus. I want to see my friends,’ ” Cassie Williams said. With Jaina’s fifth birthday approaching, Williams knew she wanted to do something special for her daughter, especially after a long-planned family trip to Disney World was canceled. Finding inspiration from a Facebook post from an Upper Valley mother who held a drive-by birthday party for her child, on Wednesday Williams and Jaina drove to the Co-op Food Store in White River Junction, where they set up a sign asking people to honk their horns as they drove by the busy intersection."


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