Looking for an easy holiday dessert? Spend time in the kitchen with your child making this rustic apple tart – recipe courtesy of GravityBread’s Becca!
Hello November😀 My favorite season is fall. Living in Arizona, I miss the fall colors but here we can appreciate a cool down in weather. My A/C has been kicking on the first part of this month. A first for me but as I’m writing this post, we are finally waking up to some chilly … Continue reading
MamaBlogger365 – Mommy, Why Does That Lady’s Sweater Have Lights On It? (Teaching Kids About Different Cultural Holiday Traditions) by Mary Rekosh
Whether you’re devoutly religious or just along for the desserts (don’t judge), hopefully this (very) basic breakdown of a few of the major winter holidays will be a helpful tool for you to use in discussions with your kids about how –and why- different families in our local neighborhoods around the world celebrate this magical time between late November and the New Year.
I’d like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas this morning. I am grateful 2011 was a great year for my family. Rachael was honored with the Kids’ Care award from a local radio station, Mix 96.9. Then the artwork she entered in the Visual Arts Student Awards won for most expressive. Gretchen entered an essay … Continue reading
Regular MamaBlogger365 contributor Lowry Manders is back with a list of favorite Christmas books for kids – still have holiday shopping to do? Lots of good ideas here!
Lowry Manders’ gift to all of us is her special Friday series on connecting with our families during the holiday seasons. For MamaBlogger365, a year-long daily blogging project to benefit the Museum of Motherhood.
Lowry Manders on counting down to Christmas with your kids – for MamaBlogger365, a year-long daily blogging project coordinated by Mamapalooza to benefit the Museum of Motherhood, now open in NYC!
Isn’t this a beautiful tree? I think so because I barely had to lift a finger to put it up. My 12 year old daughter got the tree down; put it together; strung the lights all by herself. Her sister helped with the ornaments. I washed the tree skirt and set up the village and … Continue reading
My daughter and I just returned from a week long vacation in Barbados. Yup. That’s right. It was ‘just us girls’. The details of how we found the money to pay for it, found the perfect spot to stay and managed to get away, right from under her three brother’s noses, I’ll save for another time. Summer rocks!