Grandmommy, the Party Planner


Humnoy’s birthday party is this weekend and I’ve been planning it in the short four weeks. I let my family know the date so they can arrange to come down because they live two hours away. We also live in a small apartment and wouldn’t accommodate even if was just my and husband’s family. My family alone won’t fit in a Chevy Tahoe (I’m the oldest of four kids).

Grandmommy was really peeved that I scheduled it “late.” It was pertinent that I include our friends as a part of the celebration but the bike shop closes at 6 so I compromised and set the party from 6:00-8:00 pm. I know it’s a little controversial time for a baby’s first birthday party but it has to work!

Grandmommy is still hoping I change the entire plan two days before the day of her only grandson’s first birthday celebration.

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There’s no such thing as RSVP in Laos apparently. Parties in Laos consist of Lao food and alcohol (kids or not). Every Lao birthday party has those two important elements. I wish my mom would just see that I’m continuing our culture. 😁

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