You and your child's hands are overflowing with a bounty of colorful fall leaves. What can you do with all this beauty? We suggest turning your treasures into a turkey tail or two.
Surviving and thriving on the big day depends on your careful planning. We've mapped out a timeline for our "Traditional Thanksgiving Menu."
Come and join our Pregnancy.org members in "counting our blessings" and others "taking inventory of the positives."
Sharing the fabulous flavors of the holidays with your new baby is an experience that you'll cherish. Even though your baby may not be eating all types of table food yet, there are plenty of foods choices that can make a festive and delicious holiday dinner.
We're having the whole family over for Thanksgiving. There are several little ones, ages 2 to 8. I need a project to keep them busy. Do you have a suggestion for me?
A Thanksgiving tree can be drawn, cut out and hung up on the wall. Then cut out leaves in fall colors to add to the tree. The fun part is writing something that you are thankful for on each of the leaves. Be sure to include everyone in the fun, even the pizza delivery boy!
But what if your appreciation this Thanksgiving took on a new look? What if the blessings you count this year included situations that aren't usually regarded as helpful, useful or valuable? Consider the following.
When a child dies, whether the death occurred early in a pregnancy or as an adult, the entire tone of the first Thanksgiving holiday without this precious child changes. Instead of being a time of joyful gathering together, there is a time of very real reminders that someone is now missing.