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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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Fall is Here, So Here We Go

When we as parents wonder how to encourage thankfulness in our children one of the easiest ways is simply to be involved with their lives and demonstrate our thankfulness for their joy.  Now that fall is here and the leaves are starting to change there are a multitude of activities for families to jump into that will […]

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Involve Pre-Teens and Teens in Family Celebrations

Grandma’s wedding to her fourth husband may be the event-of-the-year in your eyes; however, your child may not feel the same. Kids, especially teens and pre-teens, often feel left out during these major family celebrations. From black-tie weddings to gender reveal baby showers, each family event is special. To involve your pre-teen or teen in […]

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Warm up this Fall with Favorite Fall Recipes

Fall Recipes More than any other season, autumn is associated with tastes and smells to which we look forward all year. Perhaps it’s because there are two food-centered holidays in fall, or maybe it’s because when the weather cools down delicious slow-cooked stews and soups re-appear. Whatever the reason may be, fall recipes are some of our […]

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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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Take to the Road to Make Your Own Thanksgiving Tradition

Thanksgiving travel has steadily increased over the past four years, according to AAA. Last year, 43.6 million Americans traveled for the four-day holiday weekend. While the traditional gathering of the entire extended family at one home can be fun, some families are now planning historically focused and peaceful adventures away from large family gatherings. Take […]

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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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Outdoor Fall Activities: Create Lasting Memories with your Grandchildren

Fall is here, bringing with it the relief of cooler weather, the dramatic hues of changing leaves and the promise of pleasant times spent outside. Whether you are a full-time caregiver to your grandkids or they are coming for a visit this fall, you’ll want to make plans with your grandchildren for activities you will all enjoy. […]

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12 Great Children’s Party Ideas for Your Autumn Birthday or Festival

Autumn Will Be Here Before We Know It            Are you planning an autumn birthday party? Or perhaps you’re planning a church festival or neighborhood Halloween party? No doubt you’ll need to keep the youngsters entertained and are in need of some children party ideas. There’s no better way to keep kids amused […]

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Fiesta de Cinco De Mayo!

When someone says  Cinco De Mayo, our thoughts turn to sunshine, music, and parties.  Mexican piñatas raining candy on eager hands is a hallmark of the Cinco De Mayo celebrations here in the United States. Each year, this celebration becomes more popular and is being adopted into our holiday calendars. Cinco De Mayo translates in English […]

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