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For My Daughter’s 3rd Birthday Party, I Invited 27 Kids, But Nobody Showed Up

For My Daughter's 3rd Birthday Party, I Invited 27 Kids, But Nobody Showed Up

When none of the 27 kids she invited to her daughter’s third birthday party showed up, a mother shared her heartbreak on social media.

An enormous party for her daughter Avery was planned by Breanna Strong, 27, of Salt Lake City, Utah, at KidsTopia Playground, a “jungle-themed indoor playground” with enormous slides, ball pits, and tunnels.

She placed orders for pizzas, a detailed Frozen-themed cake, and a ton of other treats, hoping that at least some of the 27 children she had invited would show up.

The fact that none of the invited visitors showed up for the celebration, however, left her heartbroken for her three-year-old daughter.

The fact that none of the invited visitors showed up for the celebration

 

In a video that immediately went viral on TikTok and had more than four million views in a matter of days

In a video that immediately went viral on TikTok and had more than four million views in a matter of days, she opened out about the harrowing experience, leading many people to send their condolences to Avery from all over the world.

@breannamstrong I wish I was making this up. #noshow #birthdayparty #fyp #trending #sahm #makefriends ♬ Get You The Moon – Kina

For Avery’s third birthday celebration, we invited 27 children. In the video, Breanna displayed the empty room and claimed that none of her friends had attended.

“Wasted time and money. It hurts my mother’s heart. I’m going to go home and cuddle my children.

In one of the clips, Avery was seen eating some pizza alone while alone before her mother took the remainder and threw it away. While driving home from the unsuccessful party, another person noticed Breanna wiping back tears.

She added, “I wish I was making this up,” in the post.

Breanna disclosed in the comments that she had used Facebook to send out virtual invitations to the party. She also stated that although seven families had initially RSVP’d with a “yes,” some had messaged her at the last minute to let her know they would no longer be able to attend, while the others had turned them down without providing an explanation.

while the others had turned them down without providing an explanation.

 

 

She continued by saying that she was more disturbed than her daughter was about

She continued by saying that she was more disturbed than her daughter was about what had happened because the little girl had enjoyed herself at the indoor playground and was too little to completely comprehend what had happened.

“She received everything she desired. Pizza, ice cream, and a jungle gym. She didn’t know any better than to enjoy herself. Just broke my heart,” Breanna claims.

Nevertheless, a lot of people instantly flooded the video’s comment area with supportive comments for Avery, while others expressed their disgust for the folks who didn’t show up.

Let’s try again. One guy said, “I’ll travel and have a bunch of kids that love to make friends.”

Another said, “This tears my heart,” while another added, “This makes me so sad.”

This is against the rules at my house. We will go if we are invited! Read the fourth comment. “We are the only ones who have shown up.” I’m really sorry this happened; it’s extremely sad.

." I'm really sorry this happened; it's extremely sad.

 

One of my daughters experienced this

“One of my daughters experienced this.” I now make sure we attend every function to which we are invited. Another parent agreed, “I never want to see that suffering for any child.”

For this very reason, some parents even admitted that they no longer host parties for their children.

“I truly believe that bday parties are no longer attended by people. I no longer perform them. Another person said, “We just have a social day where we celebrate our kid.

Another person wrote, “Exactly why I don’t have parties, I take a cousin/friend and travel to give my kids experiences.”

One more user commented, “This is awful.” We avoid hosting these events because I am afraid of them. Smaller gatherings with simply family and close friends are what we want.

Others also spoke about their personal experiences with being stood up at birthday celebrations. One woman said, “This occurred to me on my sixteenth bday. Before I was about 26 and it happened again, I had never tried again. I always treat myself to a spa day now that I’m 39.

What do you think about this incident? Has this type of incident happened to you? How would you have reacted if you were in this mom’s shoes? Please let us know in the comments, and don’t forget to spread the news so that we can hear from more people.

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