We're adamant to spend it either alone or with a close friend, in a low-key setting. What happened to eager outstretched arms for a gift? Or the shrill scream let out when the special day finally came? It's amusing to think that none of that matters now, especially since we're more concerned about how old we're getting.
Party Ideas for a Two-Year-Old Child
You can buy face paint from your nearest stationery or toy store, following the product's instructions on how to paint a toddler's face. You can even make your own at home - ½ a tsp. of cold cream, 1 tsp. of cornstarch, 2 drops (for a single color mix) of a desired food coloring, and ½ a tsp. of water, is all you require.
If face painting seems like a messy option, you can always go with ready-made masks. With a ton of choices, stores provide a mix of fancy add-ons like fairy wings, antler hairbands, and the like. You can go with a theme-based party using all kinds of props related to animals, Disney characters, or even superheroes.
Planning is crucial in this case, since gathering whatever you need based on the right color, may take up your time in arranging for. The best way to go about this is to ask close friends or a family member to help out, so that everyone can individually scour different stores for the right party supplies.