The chances are pretty good that at least one member of the family unwrapped a set of LEGOs this Christmas. From generation to generation, few things stay the same with one exception: a love for all things LEGO. Here are eight fun & simple LEGO projects to tackle once you get tired of building the MORE »
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There’s this place I like to take my family. A place my buddies and I always go. It’s south of town, over a hill and through forest, smack dab on the shore of one of the most beautiful finger lakes you’ve ever seen. When I take them, my step-daughter and I are always the vanguard MORE »
If you were a 90s teen, you more than likely watched every single episode of Friends three times over, the same way I have, with the same being for Sex and the City, too. Sure, we know in the end that Ross and Mr. Big both get their girls, but it’s just something about late 90s television that makes you want to relive those moments a dozen times, over, right?
As much as we would like to sometimes deny it, television is a big part of our everyday lives. While sure, too much television is never a good thing, totally unplugging it in this day and age almost seems impossible, too. Cartoons were a huge part of my life while I was growing up (with MORE »
I’m not very good at doing crafts. It’s not that I can’t do them; it’s just that I don’t enjoy them enough to become any good at it. But every now and then my daughter, well, insists. We were at a restaurant that had these really awesome big snowflakes that had clearly been made out MORE »
The true measure of a successful company is not based on how it responds when things are going right, but how it responds when things are going wrong.
Just recently my husband I have decided to totally confiscate the iPad away from our children. At first, we bought it as a tablet for ourselves, but with two children under the age of 5, it only took a matter of days for them to put their Nutella-dirty hands all over it and learn how to download Jake and the Neverland Pirates app and figuring out our Apple account passwords, too.
Taking a family vacation with your kids isn’t easy. Who’s with me? Okay, everyone. But you know what really helps? If you can keep your kids on their home routine, it will help you TREMENDOUSLY. That’s not entirely possible, I get it. But, if my kids have their pre-bedtime Wizards of Waverly Place, they will MORE »
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