Creating floral centerpieces for the table is one of my favorite parts of Thanksgiving. Getting your kids involved to arrange seasonal flowers, leaves, branches, berries, pinecones to decorate the Thanksgiving table is much easier than you think. Follow our flower-arranging tutorial.
I’ve spent a lifetime dealing with vision correction, is my point, and yet the idea of a “high definition” glasses lens sounded… a little too good to be true. Learn about digital lenses, what they are, how you get fitted and that there’s no black magic involved.
Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a three-day observation starting on October 31. Its purpose is to honor those who have passed away. Calaveras (or artful skulls) are a common symbol of the holiday. Learn to make Day of the Dead t-shirts with your kids with our free skull stencil and tutorial.
It is inevitable. We all face disappointments in our lives, many times out of our direct control. How we handle those disappointments is up to us. Teaching our children to weather setbacks and failures is one of the more important jobs we face as parents.
I’ve had Paris on the brain since I visited the beautiful city way back in 2005. In fact, I’ve recently written a children’s book, about my alter ego, called Secret Agent Josephine in Paris that will be released soon. So when it came time to think up some costumes for this Halloween, my mind went to all things French. Bien sûr!