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Halloween, It’s Not Just For the Kids

Halloween Costume Ideas for Couples Sure, maybe it is frowned upon for us adults to go out and hit the neighborhood with our awesome costume, but that doesn’t mean we don’t want to.  To be honest adults can rock some costumes that we just couldn’t pull off when we were 4’4″ and weighed 60 lbs […]

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Halloween Costume Ideas You Can Make With Your Child

Halloween with your child can be one of the most fun times of the year. From pumpkin carving to trick-or-treating, the holiday is full of enjoyable opportunities for a great time with the kids. Going to the local department store and picking out a costume is fine, but you miss out on an exciting activity […]

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Halloween Games for Your Next Halloween Party

Halloween Games It’s getting to be that time of year again. The time of year when kids are back in school, leaves are falling off the trees and kids look forward to going out trick or treating or to Halloween parties with their friends. What’s that? You say you have the decorations and food ideas […]

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International Peace Day

International Peace Day is one that is not commonly recognized. Mostly becauase a lot of people do not hear about it, but this is a day that should be recognized. Without peace our world would not function. We all need to fight for peace, not just toady but every day. Here is some history behind […]

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Children’s Halloween Party Ideas

  Kids of all ages, from toddlers to teens, love to celebrate Halloween. The fun of masquerading as someone (or something) else for a day encourages them to use their creativity and imagination. There are many reasons to host a Halloween party, whether it’s in addition to, or instead of, trick-or-treating. Maybe one of your […]

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Fall Is A Perfect Time For Organizing Kids Toys

Organizing Kids Toys If you’ve been putting off the dreaded task of organizing kids toys, fall is the perfect time to jump in and do it. Children are back into their school routines, and Christmas is still on the horizon. Now’s the time to clear out overflowing closets before a new batch of toys arrives! If […]

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Childrens Party Themes Celebrating Labor Day

Labor Day is usually considered the end of summer and it is a great opportunity to create a childrens party themes gathering celebrating Labor Day which could also include parents. The party could take place in a backyard or at a local park whichever provides the most space for this party. Invitations Invitations should be mailed two […]

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Rainy Day Activities… Hmmmm?

Rainy Day Activities. Where to start As a father of two girls, ages 2 & 5, I almost enjoy the rainy days more than sunny.  More often than not sunny days mean playing outside.  Outside is great, I mean I would never complain about my kids jumping on the trampoline, playing in the sprinkler, or […]

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How to Roast Marshmallows like a Professional

Autumn is a great time to gather friends around a campfire and roast marshmallows. Knowing how to roast marshmallows is important in order to get them done exactly right without losing them into the fire. Preparation: Begin by building a fire with seasoned firewood. While it’s okay to add a bit of paper to get the fire […]

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Childrens Party Ideas-Avoiding Insanity When Traveling With Children

When thinking of children’s party ideas, travelling long distances in the car with younger children does not come to mind.  In fact, dread is a more common response as we try to think of a variety of answers to the question, “Are we there yet?”  However, travelling with kids can be pleasant with a little bit […]

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