Every Nov 5th each year my parents put on a fireworks display for us and now their grandkids…
At this years fiery festival we had two 3 year olds, a 2 year old, two 1 year olds, a 5 month old baby and our newest edition 2 week old baby Amelia. We were almost out numbered although not quite still be prepared for some blurry camera work, maintaining fire safety standards and 7 under 3’s whilst also manning a camera takes some skill!
My parents place is perfect for such an event, their French doors leading out to the garden meant that mammas and wee bubs had a sound proof viewing gallery.
Another great tip for little ones is to use glow sticks as sparkler replacements. These do however, still need adult supervision.
Want to bring the babes out? Why not try baby ear defenders, they’ll never be a one off buy as they will also see you into the summer for festival season.
No Guy Fawkes celebration would be worth it’s weight without toasted marshmallows and toffee apples.
Remember, remember, the Fifth of November
Gunpowder treason and plot
I see no reason why gunpowder treason
Should ever be forgot
For more tips on up and coming events or family friendly places to take the kids email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
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This post really takes me back to when we had 6 kids 6 and under and hosted bonfire parties. It is great fun but keepign the kids safe and enjoying it isn’t easy when they are little. Looks like you had a great evening. #LivingLinky