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Creating Family Memories

Post by CafeMom Bloggers. I love the holiday season! Family is of the utmost importance to me and this time of the year is just full of memorable experiences. This year is an extra special year one for our family because we recently moved in with my father and mother-in-law. Show More Summary

Inspired by Pete’s Dragon, Creating Memories of Love and Family In Our Native Country

Post by CafeMom Bloggers. We went back to our native country Bolivia after more than two years away. Every time I land in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, my birth city, I am overwhelmed with memories of family and friendship. Through the eyes of my heart, I review those memories that I’ll treasure forever, and I want the same for my children. Show More Summary

Holidays Bring Family Traditions

Post by CafeMom Bloggers. Can you believe the holidays are right around the corner? My family is super busy and it seems like the older they get, the busier we get and the faster it all goes by. I remember that first year of motherhood and it felt like we were living in molasses. Show More Summary

The Feelings That Come Along With The Magical Holiday Season

Post by CafeMom Bloggers. The holiday season is always such a magical time. A time when people stop to pop their extra change in the bright red American Cross bucket. A time when snow drifts down from the sky to blanket the world in shining white. Show More Summary

5 Holiday Traditions To Start with Your Family

Post by CafeMom Bloggers. Pete's Dragon is available On Blu-ray™, Digital HD & Disney Movies Anywhere. Storytelling is one of the most important ways we can share our history with our children. These stories are passed down through generations and recited as holiday traditions are experienced every year. Show More Summary

Traditions my Family Shares Together that Make the Holiday Season Memorable

Post by CafeMom Bloggers. Most families kick off the holiday season right after the Thanksgiving holiday.  It’s logical, right?  Thanksgiving is really that first winter holiday that leads right into December and January, making this time of year festive and bright and magical. Show More Summary

Remembering The Magic and The Dream

Post by CafeMom Bloggers. Leave it to Disney to take one of my favorite films (once again) and reimagine the story to something that is absolutely magical and full of inspiration! Did you have a chance to see Pete's Dragon while it was...Show More Summary

15 Stylish DIY Christmas Ornaments You Can Easily Make With the Kids

Post by Nicole Fabian-Weber. Your favorite big-box store, that chic boutique, and the store around the corner all have super cute Christmas tree ornaments, but years down the road, what will you remember about them? (Besides the fact...Show More Summary

You CAN Go Home Again

Post by. The author Thomas Wolfe once wrote a book titled You Can’t Go Home Again and people have been riffing off of and changing those words ever since. The title means different things to different people, but primarily it refers to the idea that once you leave a place, it changes and that you can’t go backwards in time. Show More Summary

5 Ways Disney/Pixar’s Finding Dory Inspires You to Make Any Place Feel Like Home for the Holidays

Post by. Being far from home during the holidays is never easy. As someone who spent two years clear across the world, I know how hard it is to miss out on all your treasured traditions. Today, I’m going to share with you a few things you can do to make any place feel like home for the holidays. Show More Summary

“Finding Dory” A Story Of Different Abilities Supported By the Universal Power Of Love

Post by. As the mother of children with special needs, Finding Dory is to me one of the cutest and most touching stories representing the lives of those with different abilities. Finding Dory gives children and their families a positive...Show More Summary

Finding Family for the Holidays plus Finding Dory Scavenger Hunt Printable

Post by. When we first met Dory, she helped her new friend Marlin find the way to his son, Nemo. That was back in 2003.  Fast forward to summer 2016, when we again meet Dory loving her newfound adopted family (Marlin & Nemo), but something's not quite right. Show More Summary

Home for the Holidays

Post by. Finding Dory is being released just in time for the holidays. I hope Emmy isn’t reading this because we plan to buy it for her so she can watch it again! It is now available on Blu-ray™, Digital HD & Disney Movies Anywhere. You can get your copy here. Show More Summary

Make Your Family Trip Fun with Disney/Pixar’s Finding Dory

Post by. The most important thing to know about travel with kids is to simply go with the flow. If you can swing, you'll save yourself a ton of stress. Of course, a little advance planning helps a lot, but don't plan on all your plans going exactly as planned...and be okay with that. Show More Summary

3 Simple Tips for Traveling this Holiday Season with Kids

Post by. We enjoy traveling with our girls. You'll often find us on weekends taking trips and especially during the holidays when going to visit friends and family. One thing I have learned after having three girls is that I have to stay prepared. Show More Summary

Learning to Find Your Way Home

Post by. Sometimes it takes a while to find our way home. I'm not talking about directions on a map–or how to find your way home from the grocery store–but how to find a place where you belong, where you're happy, and where you wantShow More Summary

Make Holiday Travel Less Stressful!

Post by. My family lives all over the United States. I grew up in a pastor's home, so we moved frequently as my dad took on new callings and as my siblings and I grew older, we started to stay behind in different locations. My husband's...Show More Summary

15 Adorable Thanksgiving Kids' Table Ideas That'll Have Everyone Wanting to Sit There

Post by Julie Ryan Evans. Thanksgiving means food, family, fun... and perhaps a little fighting about who's going to have to sit at the kids' table. There's always a pouting teen who thinks she's too old, or a college kid for whom there's just not enough room at the adult table crammed into one of those little chairs. Show More Summary

Polio-Like Mystery Disease Takes Another Child's Life: What Parents Need to Know

Post by Tanvier Peart. Ever since little Daniel Ramirez died October 30, parents have been on high alert about an illness many never knew existed. After all, it's not every day that we hear about a 6-year-old dying from a rare disease with polio-like symptoms -- and Daniel, scarily, isn't alone. Show More Summary

6 Easy Ways to Donate Toys to Kids in Need

Post by Jacqueline Burt Cote. 'Tis the season to teach kids the importance of being thankful for all that we have, and, just as important, the importance of giving back. As our little ones write their most-wanted gift lists, most ofShow More Summary

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