Finding the time to make memories with your children is a goal of most parents. Mother and daughter time can be particularly special and desired. Little girls love to dress up, get pampered and mimic the beauty rituals of their glamorous mothers. Why not plan a special at home “Spa Day” to share with your little girl? This can also be a fun activity for au pairs and the little girls that they care for.
Besides coffee and the occasional tea, I think that hot drinks are often not given the credit that they are due. Especially if you live somewhere where it gets very cold, hot drinks can really hit the spot after coming inside from playing in the snow or shoveling.
Doesn’t everybody love a delightful holiday party? A holiday party can be the very best part of the entire season. Anticipation and excitement fills the air when holiday parties are being scheduled and planned. The excitement escalates with thoughts of get-togethers with family, friends and co-workers. Including parties in their annual holiday events give most people something to look forward to. The planning, the decorating and the menu items keep the good cheer (and sometimes the stress) at a high level. Good cheer, good people and good food make a delightful holiday party.
Many children are on “winter break” and out of school this week. Are you looking for a wonderful craft that can keep the kids entertained while providing a one-of-a-kind accessory for your home or a gift for someone on your holiday list? Children love hands on projects! Here is a simple and quirky idea that may soon become one of your family's favorite holiday memories.
It is the holiday season and for many of us, that means giving gifts. The best gifts are often ones that we make ourselves. However, you don’t need to spend hours making each gift to come up with something nice and that people will appreciate. Here are some ideas for easy gifts that you can make yourself:
Halloween is a great time of year for crafts. There are so many fun things that you can do to celebrate the season. Kids of all ages can have as much fun getting ready for Halloween as they do on Halloween itself.
Halloween should be fun and it shouldn’t break the bank. Here are six more ideas for easy and inexpensive costumes for you or your kids.