Traditionally, they are given to children under the age of 16.

In Mexico and Venezuela, a widespread custom is to attempt the pushing of the person's face into the birthday cake when they blow out the candles. In Israel, part of the birthday celebration for a child in kindergarten is to lift the decorated chair that the child sits on into the air several times, once for each year of the child's age, plus "one for the next year".In addition to parties, it is common for people to receive In most English-speaking countries it is traditional to sing the song In French-speaking Canada, the U.S. and Australia, "birthday punches" are given in a similar fashion, with the person whose birthday it is being punched a number of times equal to his/her age, often with one additional punch "for luck".Similar to birthday punches are birthday spankings. A birthday is the anniversary of the birth of a person, or figuratively of an institution. With Jessy Schram, Luke Macfarlane, Marcus Rosner, Yvonne Chapman. Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page.Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page.Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. She knows that despite any mishaps she will have a great birthday because she has all her friends and family to celebrate it with her. Roland and Sofia try to salvage what is left of the party by having their Father-Daughter Dance, but the floor is a mess. "The Birthday Wish" is the one hundred and second episode of the Disney Junior animated series Sofia the First. In Western cultures, particularly in the United Kingdom, United States and Australia, birthday parties are often accompanied by colorful decorations, such as balloons and streamers. Next Episode … Once again, Clover stains Sofia's dress with Propeller Plum juice.

Directed by Peter DeLuise. Sofia then shows up at the party in her new and improved dress. Birthday punches are administered throughout the day, but if the "birthday boy" hides from the punches, one final punch is allowed to be given. Crackle even gets cured of her hiccups. She is ready to call it quits, but Clover tells her she needs to look on the bright side. Clover notes it is raining, but Sofia tells him they just have to look on the bright side.

A birthday cake is often served with candles that are to be blown out after a "birthday wish" has been made. It premiered on January 5, 2018, and is the nineteenth episode in the fourth season. She calls out for Tizzy, who reveals that, because she wanted to have a happy birthday when she made her wish, she will keep reliving her birthday until she has a truly happy one.

Season 5, Episode 6 Prod. On her birthday, a woman who desperately wants her boyfriend to propose to her wishes for the opportunity to see into the future, with surprising results. Code: 61B Premiered: (Australia) September 24, 2004 (US) May 9, 2005 (produced in 2003) Wish: Timmy loans C&W to Tootie for a day Headgag: Purple gift Credits Written by: Cynthia True Storyboard by: Brandon Kruse Shawn Murray Directed by: Ken Bruce Art Direction: George Goodchild Music Direction: Guy Moon Episode chronology ← Previous Episode Go Young, West Man!

She has Clover bring in more plums and splats her dress with more juice until it is covered in polka-dots. A child's birthday party may be held at his/her home or in a public place. James' gift, chased by Rex, collides into Crackle and they crash into the birthday cake and party hats.

Birthdays of people are celebrated in numerous cultures, often with birthday gifts, birthday cards, a birthday party, or a rite of passage.

During the party, things start going right, which makes up for all the early mishaps. However, Sofia discovers the next day she is going to relive her birthday for the thirty-eighth time, as trouble-free is not the same as truly happy. Instead of being upset, she sees a bright side to this.

After reliving her birthday thirty-seven times, a tired and exhausted Sofia finally keeps everything from going wrong and is confident the spell is broken. The next day, however, Sofia is shocked to discover that it is her birthday again.

Sofia resolves to make her birthday trouble-free to break the spell. However, things go wrong once again. While they are usually administered to children, the practice is somewhat common, even in areas and communities or among families where corporal punishment is otherwise frowned upon. Sofia's birthday party is ruined. When Rex trashes everything, Sofia makes no big deal of it.