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Mar30
How To Handle Your Child’s First Sleepover

How To Handle Your Child’s First Sleepover

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Congratulations! Your baby is growing up and sleeping at Other People’s Houses!

Dec14
Family Traditions: The Thanksgiving Feather Hunt

Family Traditions: The Thanksgiving Feather Hunt

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Thanksgiving Day is the perfect holiday for relaxing, catching up with family members, watching football and stuffing your face. However, those of us SWEATING OUR TUSHES OFF while painstakingly preparing the meal might agree to differ. Enter the Thanksgiving Feather Hunt!

Dec09
Family Traditions: our Holiday Card Tree

Family Traditions: our Holiday Card Tree

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The holidays are here, and like everyone else, we’re trying to get ready. We were decorating, and I thought I’d take advantage of that Hallmark moment, so I asked my kids (ages 16, 14 and eight) about their favorite family tradition.

Dec06
Family Traditions: The “Pink” Christmas Tree

Family Traditions: The “Pink” Christmas Tree

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In a feat never before seen in my life, a three foot by two foot section of my Christmas tree turned pink this year.

It was my own fault really, on the day I was married I was given a Christmas ornament by my neighbors declaring 2001 to be our first Christmas together. A new tradition started when I opened that little crystal charm on a red satin ribbon, we were going to be Christmas ornament collectors.

Dec02
Handmade Holiday Stamps

Handmade Holiday Stamps

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Who doesn’t love to play with rubber stamps? They are easy for all ages, low on mess, and instantly gratifying. The problem is stamps can be pricey and, no matter what, it’s tough to find the perfect design. So, we teach you how to make our own.

Nov16
Family Traditions: The Ice Cream Cake

Family Traditions: The Ice Cream Cake

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This is the first in a series of posts on Family Traditions. Here Liz Stanley shares the origins of a family birthday tradition.

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