At Thanksgiving, most of us turn inward and think about what we're most thankful for and smile. In no particular order, here's what comes up for myself and family. What are some of the things you're thankful for?
Celebrations and Traditions
Halloween fun for kids with special needs takes a great deal of planning and ingenuity to keep them comfortable, happy and safe. These tips can make your job easier.
As many advantages as adults reap from exercise, our kids may benefit even more. How can you encourage your child to get moving? Here's one fun way you can use at Halloween!
If doing battle in the Black Friday chaos isn't your thing, but you're seeking great deals for your family holiday gifts, I have another option to suggest. Online shopping – with Cyber Monday! Use these top cyber-shopping tips to find gifts at great prices for everyone on your list.
The trick or treaters are long gone, but a pile of candy remains. What can you do with it, besides munch and consume it all? See how these ideas "taste" to you!
Samhain marks the end of the "wheel' and represents the Pagan New Year. It's the end of harvest season and the beginning of the "darker half" of the year. Celebrate with these nature-centered activities. They offer your kids a closeness with the season and the chance to reap a bundle of family fun.
Don't let your Halloween decorating stop at the front yard. Bring it right up onto and into the house! Creepy crawlies and Halloween designs can dress up those windows and invite trick-or-treat kiddos in for goodies.
Give yourself a "treat" to last a lifetime! Preserve Halloween memories in a special scrapbook. You'll be able to "revisit" them again and again, for years to come.
Does that costume need a bit of enhancement? Is your child unable to find the duds to dress up perfectly? Face painting can finish up "the look."
Add an extra "boo" to your family's Halloween decorating one this year and create a table centerpiece that is both fun and edible! What will it look like? A haunted gingerbread house!