Favorite Holiday Movies for the Family

Favorite Holiday Movies for the Family

| December 5, 2017 | 32 Comments

With the wind blowing and the snow falling, December is a great month for snuggling in with the family for frequent movie nights or marathon afternoons! December is the time that all of the holiday classics play, so you might just be able to watch what’s already playing on television. Otherwise, you can always hit […]

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How to Find the Perfect Christmas Tree

How to Find the Perfect Christmas Tree

| November 27, 2017 | 17 Comments

The search for the perfect Christmas tree is a holiday season rite of passage for many families. You want to love your tree – after all, you’ll most likely be looking at it for several weeks, and for many people, the tree is the center point of the Christmas Eve and Christmas Day celebrations, so […]

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Making Thanksgiving Traditions

Making Thanksgiving Traditions

| November 23, 2017 | 13 Comments

When I was little, we would always gather at my grandmother’s house for Thanksgiving. My aunt would roast the turkey at her house, and she’d make two different kinds of stuffing: one with sausage, and one without. My mother was in charge of making mashed turnips (which I disliked as a child and still don’t […]

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Fun Craft Ideas for November

Fun Craft Ideas for November

| November 11, 2017 | 10 Comments

November is here, and the fall season is in full force. If you’re looking for new and interesting craft ideas to keep yourself and your kids busy, there is no better time of year than this. The season and the upcoming holidays lend themselves to all sorts of creative activities, and fall is a great […]

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November is National Adoption Awareness Month

November is National Adoption Awareness Month

| November 7, 2017 | 6 Comments

November is National Adoption Month. The purpose of National Adoption Month is to raise awareness about the adoption of children from foster care. There are over 100,000 children in the U.S. waiting for permanent adoptive families. The theme for this year’s adoption month is improving the ability of adoption professionals to recruit adoptive parents for […]

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Time Change Fall Back and Change Batteries

Time Change Fall Back and Change Batteries

| November 4, 2017 | 1 Comment

Change your clocks and smoke alarm batteries
It is unbelievable to me that we are in November already but here we are! This weekend we are set to “Fall Back” or set our clocks back one hour in accordance with Daylight Savings Time, 2 a.m. on Sunday. The kids always ask me why we have to […]

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Food

International Chocolate Day: September 13

International Chocolate Day: September 13

International Chocolate Day might just be one of the best days of the year! If you’re in the mood for a sweet celebration, you’re in luck. September 13th is designated International Chocolate Day. The origins of this holiday are unclear, although September 13th is the birthday of both Milton Hershey, founder of the Hershey chocolate […]

August 30 is National Toasted Marshmallow Day!

August 30 is National Toasted Marshmallow Day!

One of the sweet pleasures of summer is making s’mores with the kids over a campfire. While this is something that can be enjoyed any warm day or night, the activity would be especially relevant if done on August 30, which happens to be National Toasted Marshmallow Day! You might not have known that a […]

Shopping

How to Find the Perfect Christmas Tree

How to Find the Perfect Christmas Tree

The search for the perfect Christmas tree is a holiday season rite of passage for many families. You want to love your tree – after all, you’ll most likely be looking at it for several weeks, and for many people, the tree is the center point of the Christmas Eve and Christmas Day celebrations, so […]

Things to Buy on Sale in October

Things to Buy on Sale in October

It may not feel like fall quite yet in all parts of the country but fall is officially here! October brings images of pumpkin carving, the last weeks of apple picking, fall fairs, long sleeves, colorful leaves and chilly nights. We are somewhere in between it not being back-to-school season anymore, and it’s not quite […]