Here come the holidays barreling down the calendar track. Are you frozen like a snowman in headlights? Or are you frantic, checking an endless litany of musts off your overloaded holiday to-do list each day? Even if you feel great about the approaching holidays, and are mostly on top of all of the extra tasks that come with them, you can still hit your limit now and then. Once your holly-jollies start running on fumes, these steps will remind you how to hit the reset button, so you can make a quick comeback.
I am sure you want your holidays to be memorable and not overwhelming, and this can feel like a delicate balance baby’s first year. To keep things festive rather than frantic, put your family’s needs first and then consider extended family’s expectations. Here’s how to share your new blessing generously yet judiciously, so everyone can enjoy this special time of year - including baby.
Halloween becomes more commercialized every year. But a classic approach to Halloween will keep your budget intact and a grin on your face throughout the spookiest time of year. If you want to restore the playful spirit of Halloween and spend more quality time with your family, let these reminders help you centre your celebration on old-fashioned, frightening fun. Make memories this Halloween rather than too many trips to the store.
Are you looking for some fun new ways to celebrate Halloween with your kids this year? How about a neighborhood contest? Costume contests are just one of the many options to get everyone in the spirit. Read on to see if one of these wicked ideas grabs you!
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