Whether your child is three years old or seventeen -- cards, notes, and letters, are a great way to deliver a message of love and understanding. Here are some ways to use the written word in your relationship with your child:
Celebrations and Traditions
The original intent of Mother's day is unknown to the general population. It was an opportunity to use mother love as a powerful force for peacemaking, reconciliation and community cohesion.
Buckled into an uncomfortable car seat in hot weather may seem like cruel and unusual punishment to kids; their cries of "when will we get there?" can seem unreasonable to even the most patient adult. Regardless of the distance you travel, being prepared is the key.
With all the fun of this holiday come a parent's worst fears -- too many sugary treats in your kid's possession and the arguments that ensue over this treasured trove. If you don't feel like to contributing to the neighborhood children's tooth decay, consider giving treats that are healthier.
When you send a birth announcement or invite friends to your child's birthday party or a baby shower, most people will send or bring a gift for the occasion. Thank you notes that match the theme of your event are a perfect way to show your appreciation.
You are very likely to have lots of family and friends in town for your child's Baptism and Christening. You would not want them to leave without a fun filled celebration of the special occasion!
Planning a birthday party for your little one and unsure where to begin? Check out our tips -- covering everything from the invitations to cake to party favors -- to make your day a success!
While most birth announcements or invitations are flat rectangular cards, those with non-traditional shapes such as square cards or long cards can be a creative way to convey a unique, one-of-a-kind theme associated with your child or event.
Planning a baby shower doesn't have to be stressful. One of the most important decisions you will have to make in planning the shower is what you are going to serve to eat. Finger foods? A sit-down meal? To make your decision-making process simpler, consider who will be coming to the shower.
When it comes to addressing your birth announcements, let our basic etiquette guidelines help you make it easy.