Ivanka Trump shares sweet clips of daughter’s birthday party, including ‘baby meltdown’ and annual noodle tradition

Ivanka Trump shared a beautiful moment with her eldest child on her sixth birthday Tuesday.

The first daughter also shared the moment with the world, putting a sweet photo of the two sharing a spaghetti dinner on her Instagram page.

Image: Instagram

The tradition is from the Chinese culture where long noodles are eaten at many special events, including birthdays, for long life, the Daily Mail reported.

Birthday tradition– noodles for a long life! ?

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It is a tradition that Trump shares with all of her children on their birthdays, according to the Mail.

Trump shared other photos and videos of the day including a video of her youngest child Theodore covered in sauce and dancing.

Image: Instagram
Image: Instagram

“Can I see you dance? Let’s see you boogie,” Ivanka instructed her son, who happily obliged with a chair dance.

He was much less happy earlier in the evening when he had, what she dubbed, a “baby meltdown.”

Image: Instagram
Image: Instagram

Birthday girl Arabella, who was opening her many presents, sang in an attempt to calm her younger brother, but it was to no avail.

The cuisine for the “PAW Patrol” themed party included hot dogs on a stick with marshmallows, and cupcakes.

PAW Patrol is a Disney cartoon about a group of rescue dogs and a boy named Ryder who work to keep the community safe.

Ivanka Trump and Arabella in 2014. Image: Instagram
Ivanka and Joseph in October 2016. Image: Instagram


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