"Make Up Your Own Holiday" is celebrated on March 26 every year. It encourages everyone to get creative, get organized and honor your own unique, wacky, fun event.
Holidays and Celebrations
On April Fool's Day, we celebrate by having fun with harmless, practical jokes that leave everyone -- including the one being "pranked," laughing!
Spring signals the rebirth of nature. The season brings rain, new leaves, bugs, baby animals, flowers popping up, the first bounty from your garden and a basket full of holidays.
Introduce your child to the Passover traditions with these holiday crafts. These activities let them mess around with "big people" art stuff while learning about the important stories and lessons of the holiday.
The United Nations has officially recognized March 21st as World Down Syndrome Day! For those with Down syndrome and the families who love them, it's a hard fought and much celebrated victory.
Easter's just around the corner. Add to the "eggs-citement" of the season with these fun and easy spring-time crafts! You'll have those little noses twitching in no time!
Every March 21, National Single Parents Day honors single parents, recognizing the hard work they do each and every day in raising their children.
Does your due date fall near Saint Patrick's Day? You might consider a holiday inspired baby name for your wee one!
What could be more perfect to round out your Saint Patrick's Day feast than a batch of fresh from the oven shamrock cookies? We can't think of anything, can you? Maybe chocolate. Nah.
We're all a little Irish on St. Patrick's Day. How about celebrating as a family? As you're getting ready to practice your best Irish "brogue," check out all the fun things you can do as a family for Saint Patrick’s Day!