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DIY Valentine’s Day candy Wrappers

Valentine’s Day is such a fun holiday my kids look forward to each year because it’s a time they connect with their friends at school in a creative way. As a mom, I try to keep what we do for the classmates simple. It makes the prep easier and less stressful if I know the project is doable for the kids. Show More Summary

Football Party Graham Crackers

The Superbowl is fast approaching! Here’s a quick and easy treat you can make with the kids over the weekend! INGREDIENTS 6 sheets of graham crackers (broken in half) 1T plus 1T solid shortening 1/2 cup Wilton dark green chocolate melts 1/2 cup Wilton dark cocoa chocolate melts Wilton white decorating icing DIRECTIONS 1. Show More Summary

Frozen-Inspired Hot Chocolate + Free Soundtrack Download

Keeping the kids entertained during the winter can be a challenge, so we put together a little gift to help make your winter a little more magical! When you sign up for our newsletter, you will receive our Frozen-Inspired Hot Chocolate...Show More Summary

DIY Valentine’s Love Bug Bookmark

Valentine’s Day is coming up, and what says “Happy Valentine’s Day” more than a love bug? This Love Bug Bookmark can be handed out as a gift, a Valentine, or simply used to celebrate the holiday. Enjoy! What’s Needed? Pink construction...Show More Summary

Organizing a Small Space for Crafts or Kids Toys

By Jane Blanchard You don’t need a large space for a craft room or a child’s toy storage room. The main thing, when deciding on which room to choose, is to make sure it’s a quiet place that will help you concentrate better. You won’t want the room to receive a lot of human or […]

What is Laparoscopy?

The human body is an incredible creation and without a doubt the most complex and finely tuned machine that any of us possess. Knowing how to maintain the body in its optimal condition is imperative for a long and healthy life. Doctors spend many years of study to first achieve their initial medical qualification and […]

A Worthy Alternative To Beer? U.S. Cider Guide

Even though beer remains the drink of choice in nearly every bar in America, true and traditional cider is slowly becoming a genuine alternative. So much so that numerous breweries have started to make their own blends of cider and traditional European brands are now starting to import products to the States. There are a […]

How To Handle Batteries When There Are Kids Around

Every house will end up with a large crop of batteries, including many used ones that are waiting to be disposed of. This is particularly true if your family includes children, as many children’s toys will run on these small items. Furthermore, as every modern household relies more and more on gadgets such as remote […]

Top Tips For Decorating Your Ideal Bedroom

It’s the part of your home where you retreat to after a long day’s work; spend time forgetting your troubles and think about what your plans are for the day ahead. It might be easy to take it for granted, but the bedroom is one of the most important rooms in any home. If you […]

How to Survive a Family Holiday in Europe

So you are taking a trip to Europe for your vacation with your family. Holidays are a great opportunity to relax and unwind, but if you are not careful, the holiday itself can become a source of stress. Here are a few simple rules that you and your family should follow to get through a […]

Expanding Your Family Through Adoption

Every year, thousands of couples and families come to the conclusion that they should adopt. This is a choice made by some as an alternative to having their own kids, or in older years when they feel they can offer a child a better chance of a successful life. But choosing the adoption route as […]

Best Comedic Parenting Memoirs

Comedy has long been a source of relief for overwhelmed and overworked parents everywhere. It’s a good thing, too, because sometimes parenting can be so stressful that we forget to enjoy the process. Putting the stressful trials of raising children into comedic context will often remind parents what they were doing it all for in […]

Teach Your Children the Gift of Giving

Developing a charitable spirit in children is comparable to teaching them good manners. You can give them a book or present a lecture on the rewards and benefits but the lesson is best learned by example. When children see you happily involved in philanthropic projects, they are inspired to contribute on their own. You can […]

Managing Family Finances: 4 Tips to Improve Your Credit Score

One of the key factors that you need to focus on when managing family finances is to improve your credit score. Whether you work from home to earn a living, or commit to a standard 9 to 5 job, it would be great to have that perfect credit score. After all, who wouldn’t want a […]

5 Ways To Spruce Up Your Walls Without Paint

Have plain walls and need some ideas to give them life? Check out the infographic below for tips on beautifying your walls. Via: Wall Decal World Share this on Facebook Email this via Gmail Share this on Tumblr Tweet This! Share this on Google+ Pin this to Pinterest Share this on Reddit Stumble upon something […]

Celebrating Parenting Milestones

In many ways, parenting is a journey that never ends. You’ll always be concerned with your children, and even when they grow up to be perfectly self-sufficient adults you’ll take care of them from a distance in your own ways. However, while parenting is a never-ending process, there are certain milestones along the way that […]

Wholesale Tea Supplies The Flavor Kids Love Without All The Sugar

Iced tea can be so deceiving. That sparkling, amber-colored liquid looks so cool and refreshing when poured over ice. But lift it to your lips and take a sip. More often than not it tastes like, well, colored water. So what do you do? Well, the worst thing you can do is toss in a […]

Deciding Whether to Take Your Child to a Funeral

Psychologist Dr. Alan Wolfelt famously said, “If a child is old enough to love, they are old enough to grieve.” Wolfelt probably would have let his kids go to the funeral of a grandparent or other relative. This is because, as a grief psychologist, he would have understood that children must tend to their grief […]

Kid-Friendly Yards with Grownup Spaces

Having a backyard that provides a fun and engaging atmosphere for your children, while offering parents a calming sanctuary and place for entertaining, can be a challenge. After all, Barney the purple dinosaur doesn’t necessarily spell class and sophistication. Finding a balance of the two and knowing how to divide them from one another is...

Buying The Right Outdoor Furniture For You

Warm spring days and balmy summer nights mean one thing – outdoor living. Whether you’re basking in the northern summer now or are looking forward to warmer days to come, it’s a good idea to be prepared with a range of outdoor furniture to see you through any occasion. Whether you’re off for a day...

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