‘#FBF Happy Friday! In just a few weeks, @thebrooklyndaly will be 2 years old! I just can’t believe this incredible miracle baby God blessed my family with. Trying to hold back tears. Don’t know what to do for her party during Covid. Please drop suggestions below. 👇🏽’ she captioned her post.
Someone else said: ‘You can do something small and cute at home. Start in the morning. Fill her room up with balloons, so she knows it’s her special day as soon as she wakes up. Then have a party. If you can get everyone tested before they come, do that. Take temps-although not everyone has a fever, and you can spread 2 days before becoming symptomatic. So I would still keep the group at your house pretty small. It doesn’t need to be a lot of people. Babies just need love. May her birthday celebration be surrounded by the light. 💞’
One commenter posted this: ‘We did a drive-by party! Decorated the outside of the house and our friends and family decorated their cars. They played music, had balloons tied on, and tossed presents ❤️’
A follower said: ‘I would be careful doing gatherings of any kind. Drive-by parties, virtual magic shows, OR a kiddo Zoom party with other kiddos facilitating games and goodies are safe and healthy alternatives. Deliver gift bags with games to the invitees a couple of days before the party to ensure collaboration and synergy for her party.’
Someone else posted this message: ‘Just invite close friends and family Brookie needs her party. ❤️🙏’
Another follower said: ‘Aww😍, Baby brookie is growing up soooo fast😭 I’m sure you’ll find something perfect to do for her birthday!🥰❤️ so fab so gorgeous.’
Somoene else posted: ‘A costume theme party with close friends and family. If the weather is still comfortable in Atlanta have it outside. All food prepackaged. A personal cake for Brooklyn. Some type of entertainment for her and her friends for about 30mins. -OR- Movie in the backyard… movie theme party. I could go on & on….💞.’