A frightful, delightful day of Nightmare Before Christmas dreams and birthday wishes come true #Families#babies#birthday parties#birthdays August 16 2012 | Guest post by Nicole P All photos by Nicole P. When I gave birth to my son Alijah, my water broke on Christmas Eve and he was born on Christmas morning. I decided The Nightmare before Christmas would be the perfect first birthday theme. I invited Alijah's friends to frolic in the Christmas tree-filled splendor — complete with a visit from Sandy Claws. Related Post A Very Hungry first birthday party! We hosted our son's first birthday party in August 2012. We were so excited to have an outdoor party, complete with Slip 'n' Slide, a... Read more Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Nicole P PREVIOUS Water your house plants with bathwater NEXT I need help finding fun, colorful, but shorter-than-average bar stools Show/Hide comments [ 12 ] This.. is.. AMAZING!!!!!!!! 1 agrees Reply Whoa. 1 agrees Reply This is officially on the list of my favorite things. Wow. 2 agree Reply So awesome! 2 agree Reply I never used to have regrets about being born four days after Christmas. Now I find myself wanting a party like this! 1 agrees Reply AWESOME!!! Did you DIY the decorations or find them somewhere? My son's bday is Halloween and his name is Jack. Coincidence? I think not 😉 1 agrees Reply Besides the obvious store-bought items like the cut-out of Jack and Sally, and the stuffed characters, everything was made by hand. I will not take credit for the handmade decor though! Ha! I have visions, but rarely can make them come to fruition by myself. My favorite – and least expensive — were the spider web paper placemats. 1 agrees Reply My due date is December 21st. This makes the possibility of a Christmas birthday a thousand times more bearable. 😀 2 agree Reply Christmas will always be more special with a due date that close! Those of us with children with a birthday near the holidays just have to work a little harder 😉 My plan is it is always his birthday first, then after we sing "Happy Birthday" it can be Christmas. Congratulations on your little on! 1 agrees Reply I like this plan! Reply Soooo.. (probably due to my NMBC addiction) I found my self singing in my head as I read the "What's this" sign. >.< Favorite. Party. Ever. Reply AH! Such a great idea! Both my kiddos have December birthdays and I love themed parties. Oh yes, this is happening. Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Subscribe me to your mailing list No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.