Ok, so I just realized today all three of my children celebrate their birthday in different seasons. My oldest is a winter baby like his mom, my middle child birthday is during the summer, and the baby of the family was born in the fall. How lucky are we? With the youngest of the tribe birthday coming up fast I thought it would be fun to share some fall birthday celebration ideas with you all. Whether you're throwing a traditional birthday party or heading out for a day of fun fall can be one of the best seasons to celebrate a child's birthday. The weather is nice, there are already a few holidays lined up, which means there will be tons to do around the city, and the stores are full of fall, Halloween, and Thanksgiving decorations so finding decor is a breeze. Here is a list of five fun fall birthday festivities. 

1. Throw a costume party! With Halloween right around the corner stores are stocked full of costumes at all price points or pull out old costumes from previous years for your little party guest to try on.

2. A family fun day at the farm. It's fall which means lots of farms are geared up for pumpkin season. From hayrides to bounce houses and even petting zoos, your local farm can make for the perfect birthday celebration. Oh, and did I mention the adorable photo opts EVERYWHERE!?

3. Fall festivals. What is more festive than a festival? Everything your child needs to celebrate all in one spot. There are yummy treats, fun rides, and ends fun to keep a smile on your birthday girl/boy face.

4. Go camping. Trade in the traditional sleepover for a camping trip! Here in Florida, it gets extremely hot in the summer, too hot for camping. Well, for us at lease, it's too hot to camp. With cooler mornings and nights and fairly warm evenings, the fall season seems like the perfect time to get in a good ol' camping trip.

5. Go apple picking. It's officially Fall which means apples are ready for picking. After a fun day of picking apples head inside to create some yummy apple desserts together. Who says you only have to have cake on your birthday?

With my children being different ages I find that not only does the birthday girl have the time of her life but the others have just as much fun celebrating with the toddler. We make some of the best memories as a family, and even find a few fall traditions forming outside of her birthday. This year I'm leaning towards a festival or day at a local farm to celebrate the youngest of the tribe. We have about a week left to pull it together but this last minute mama isn't worried one bit, whatever we decide to do our Little Miss Lennox will be happy as long as we all sing to her. That is her only request this year 😂


  1. Do you have a fall birthday in your family? How do you and your family celebrate?


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