Guest Post | Ready for your crafty Christmas? Christmas crafts for kids both big and small start with characters and cards. And cake. Mmm, cake. Or in this case, iced gingerbread biscuits, since they can be individually decorated by all your little crafters, making everyone feel they’ve made their own unique contribution to the season. Toddlers will love licking the bowl and the spoon!
How to celebrate your baby’s first Christmas including gift ideas, holiday traditions, and photos you’ll want to take. Baby’s first Christmas should be fun!
We’re supposed to be joyful around Christmas, right? Despite what’s going on in our lives we feel pressure to be jolly. But sometimes Christmas sucks. And that’s okay.
Yes, Christmas can be a joyous time. But it’s also stressful and can cause anxiety for many people. Not everyone is excited about the added stresses that the holidays can bring. Extra spending and crazy family dynamics can be overwhelming.
The key to having a stress-free Christmas is all about preparing and setting boundaries. Stick to a plan that allows for the fun parts of the season without being too overwhelming is the best way to ensure that everyone has the best Christmas possible. (Even if everything isn’t perfect.)
etimes you just don’t know what to get your kids for Christmas. It’s hard to shop when you don’t even know where to start. So let’s take a look at some Christmas gift ideas for all the kids on your list.
What toys should I buy this holiday season? This is a question I ask myself every year. I’m sure you do, too. Because you don’t just want any and every toy. You want to get just a few of the best toys. So here are our top 10 toys for 3-year-olds this Christmas and holiday season.