Last-minute New Year's Eve party guide for the whole family

Lori Bergamotto of Good Housekeeping shares some last-minute, family-friendly party ideas to ring in the new year on "GMA."
2:40 | 12/31/18

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Still, though, trying to figure out how to celebrate new year's eve tonight with your kid. Always. We've got the expert here. "Good housekeeping" style director Lori bergamotto is here with some easy last-minute ways to have fun with the whole family before that clock strikes midnight. Lori, thank you for coming and helping us out. I have two kids. We're always in bed before midnight. How do you have fun with the little one. So we have three -- when you have kids you come from three camp, super kid focused, adult focused where the kids are involved or you're crazy, I'm not leaving my house so let's start with this first one. We got our buddy here, really excited already. Looking go my friend. This would be great for your family. Go global. Take them on a trip. Find a place on the globe that celebrates way earlier than we do. Maybe not Sydney because that just happened but we chose Italy which is six hours earlier than golden globe -- The U.S. New York City. So it's really easy. Really kid friendly foods. Jake, Haley, Jackson, go ahead and eat. Pizza. The whole thing. You can do a fun tradition in Italy. They take -- I'll hand these out. They throw pots and pans out the windows. You'll get involved here. But maybe you can just do a little banging to ring in the new year. Exactly. Very fun. Really fun. Can you bang on this? Can you bang on the pots? Exactly. You'll be fun. The clock strikes 6:00 P.M. Our time. It can be like a dance-off. I need a beat, though. Ready? No, all right, hurt. It was a good try. Next time. Wouldn't be the first time my dance turned into a dud. Throwing a party but want to include the older kids. If you're having an adult party, the kids, they're really having a good time. They're older and maybe can stay up until midnight. Get a photo booth for them. This is always a win. Kids love photo booth. Start taking your selfies. You can throw stuff from the party store. You've got a cell phone. Create a hashtag. Get in there with props. You can go to the dollar store and pick up stuff that's not super expensive. They can't have a cocktail. But we just did cranberry juice, simple syrup, sugar up here. Really -- I love the sugar on the rim. And then if you're like people I'm not going out, I want to just stay in. Exactly so quickly, again, you got the kids and want to stay in. You want to get in bed. We made a time capsule. Take pictures of your year and put it on this paint can and throw this Valentines. We are out of time but throw it an there. January issue of "Good housekeeping."

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