23 Creative Ways ‘Harry Potter’ Fans Pass The Fandom On To Their Kids

It’s been 20 years since the first “Harry Potter” book was published, and the wizarding world has gathered tons of devoted fans. As kids who grew up reading the books and watching the movies go on to have children of their own, many are excited to share their love of “Harry Potter” with their kids.

We asked the HuffPost Parents community to share the ways they have passed the fandom down to their kids ― with adorable Harry Potter photo shoots, nurseries, birthday parties and more. Grab some magical inspiration below, and share the ways your family celebrates the wonderful world of Harry Potter in the comments.

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      Sacha Coutu/Facebook
      My husband made the lamp after we saw similar ones on Pinterest.
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      Olivia Primo/Facebook
      My oldest was 4 months old when the final book was released, and she was there at the bookstore with me for 7 hours waiting for it. We were on our local news and later got the clip on DVD.
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      Sara ‘Stubbs’ Allen/Facebook
      After reading the first book (the new illustrated edition) to our boys this past year each night, our oldest wanted a Harry Potter-themed 7th birthday party!
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      Tricia Shaffrey/Facebook
      Universal Studios in Orlando
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      Stefani Goetz/Facebook
      We love Harry Potter!
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      Cara Catlaw/Facebook
      I’ve got a lot! We have a Harry Potter-themed nursery and birth announcement. I made everything, including the birth announcement design here.
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      Adrianne Dean/Facebook
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      Darcy Dombey Manfredi/Facebook
      My 9-year-old daughter read all 7 books this year, and sharing the HP world has been wonderful! I painted this mural for her room…
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      Darcy Dombey Manfredi/Facebook
      Here is the other side of the room…
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      Joanna Metelitsa/Facebook
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      Cara Catlaw/Facebook
      A very Harry Potter tummy time.
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      Kaycee Daniel/Facebook
      Finley is still growing up with Harry Potter!
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      Jeanna Gilbert Carroll/Facebook
      We LOVE Harry Potter! Created our first Harry Potter-themed Christmas tree this year filled with all sorts of things … my daughter loved playing with the wands the most! We leave in a week for The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
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      Allison Shairs/Facebook
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    Jessica Olga/Facebook
    This is from his brother’s Harry Potter birthday party a few years ago.
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    Cara Catlaw/Facebook
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    Debbie G Dockery/Facebook
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    Sacha Coutu /Facebook
    Decal on the outside of her door. Very fitting for my nearly 7-year-old.
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    Kelly Flounders Bilker/Facebook
    “What would Hermione do?” Luke, 5, and Emmy, 3, love Harry Potter just like my husband, Matt, and I.
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    Kristine Peterson/Facebook
    We made these magical invites for my daughter’s Harry Potter-themed birthday party!
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    Allie Lopez/Facebook
    We started reading the books last May. We read a little each night, and when we finish the book we watch the movie together as a family! My son decided he wanted a Harry Potter-themed birthday party, so here is dining in the Great Hall! Each place setting has a cauldron of goodies, Harry Potter glasses, and a goblet, of course! We are finally on book 7, too!
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    Astrid Williams/Facebook
    Harry Potter party bags
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    Emily Budine/Facebook
    This is just one corner of our Harry Potter-themed nursery. Our little man is due July 30th (hoping he makes an appearance a day late).

 

Hollis Miller

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