Your child's birthday party doesn't have to mean passing out loot galore and overflowing recycle or trash bins. There are all kinds of things you can do to smart-size and green-up your child's birthday bash.
Celebrations and Traditions
Since your child's been born they've been waiting for this momentous birthday! It's a first. Happy birthday, leapling! Have a hoppin' good time!
Leap day -- that quadrennial event in gives us a bonus day to play, read or ponder our lives. We compiled the following list of things to do on Leap Day to match its goofy name. Leap in and enjoy!
First thing in the morning you greet your child with a hug and say, "Good night! Pull up a chair and have some pizza!" Have the demands of parenting pushed you over the edge? We don't think so!
You suspect that Santa, grandma and your own enthusiasm joined efforts and created a mound of blinking, singing, educational nonsense throughout your house. What can you do to deal with the toy stash?
It's bath time! Along with splashes and giggles, you might hear your preschooler blaring out these lyrics about the favorite bath time toy, the rubber ducky!
We've gathered together a list of top resolutions and then looked at techniques that can help you build new habits and come back with bragging rights!
Today is Rubber Duckie's birthday! Aside from Bert, Rubber Duckie has been Ernie's faithful companion for many years.
With the holidays just about behind us, we got to thinking about the gifts we've received AND about those presents we simply must return, donate -- or dare we admit, re-gift!
For those of us who might be concerned that we're spoiling our kids, fear not. One need look no further than Miss Suri Cruise's wish list, and the fact that she's getting everything on it, to realize that we may not be so indulgent after all.