You know how kids like to add a half year to their age, like saying “I’m five and a half years old”? If your access schedule has every other birthday or no birthdays with your child, Orr General Store for Parents suggests throwing a half-birthday party.
The website says, “Half birthday parties can be even more fun that the regular party. You bake half a cake. If you’re not a baker, buy the cake and cut it in half. Sing half of the birthday song or every other word. Fill the cups half full. You’ll think of lots of things to make it a special half birthday party. As your child grows older it will become a funnier party because the child can add their own half touches.”
And there is even a website where you can find all the party supplies you need to throw a half birthday.