holidays with kids

Father’s Day Questionnaire Printable: An Easy Homemade Father’s Day Gift

Everyone wants to find the perfect Father’s Day gift– appreciated, but not too expensive or labor intensive. It can also be tricky to strike a balance between thoughtful and cheesy. This Father’s Day Questionnaire Printable checks all the boxes. It’s easy, quick, cheap (the ink probably costs… 5 cents? I don’t know), and it makes …

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A Mother’s Day Letter: Thank You, Mom, for Everything I Never Realized You Did

As a kid, I always thought Mother’s Day was kind of stupid. I mean sure, I made you a card or craft and said, “Happy Mother’s Day!” but i can tell you right now that, growing up, I would never have written this Mother’s Day Letter.  After all, you have a birthday. Why did we …

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Fun & Easy Easter Egg Craft for Preschoolers and Toddlers

Besides a basic coloring book, this is probably the easiest Easter egg craft for kids. It’s simple, requires no additional supervision (no glue, scissors, other sharp objects), and aside from the contact paper, no unusual materials. We typically do this at home, but it could also make a great Easter craft for preschool or Sunday …

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Easter Bible Verses for Kids – Free Printable Memory Verses

Celebrating Easter with kids is such a fun experience. There’s Easter baskets to fill, crafts to complete, and so many more Spring festivities. But how do you keep your kids’ focus on the spiritual significance of Easter and the Resurrection? Practicing and memorizing easy Easter Bible verses for kids is a great way to make …

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5 New Year’s Resolutions I WISH My Kids Would Make

The start of a brand new year is a time when people all around the world vow to make big changes in their lives. “I will lose 10 pounds” or “I will finally shed these bad habits” are all common sentiments right now. Even my children have New Year’s resolutions! Actually, I guess it would …

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To The Mom With A Holiday Hangover…

Dear Mom With A Holiday Hangover, The holidays with kids are magical. ^ ^ ^Statements like this are trite because they’re 100% true. Nothing beats the happiness and excitement of your kids on Christmas morning. It’s one of the true joys of parenthood. You store up those memories and savor them forever. All that magic …

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DIY Advent Calendar Ideas for Kids without candy!

DIY Advent Calendar Ideas For Kids (Without Candy!)

Like many people, the Christmas season is my favorite! I love celebrating Advent and counting down the days until Christmas. I have such great memories of opening the little doors on our Advent calendar every year as a kid. Nevertheless, the Holiday Season is already filled with treats. We bake Christmas cookies and decorate them, …

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The (In)Gratitude Challenge

It’s the time of year when people who spend a solid ten months acting like Scrooge are all of a sudden brimming with gratitude for any and everything (“I just love my new boots! Hashtag thankful!”). Don’t get me wrong, I consider myself a very grateful person, and I appreciate Thanksgiving as much as the …

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