Food probably isn’t one of the first things you think of when planning a trip to Disneyland, but it should be. You really can’t say you’ve done everything at Disneyland until you’ve tried most, if not all, the yummy food offered.
The world today makes it a little hard to keep Christ in Christmas. People running all over town buying gifts for everyone. Kids asking for the whole toy store. And while I thrive in the hustle and bustle of the season, I really want to try and slow down this year and keep the focus on what really matters. Family and Christ.
To put a positive spin on the presidential elections, and help my kids remember that we are lucky to live in a free country where their vote can do some good. I want them to understand how it all works and understand how important it is to take the opportunity to vote. So I found 9 amazing books that teach all about our government and the presidential election and how it works. Plus you can win all these books for your family too!
Today Emilie from A Year of FHE is sharing with us how to throw the perfect pumpkin carving party with your family or friends. She has amazing ideas and great ways to keep the kids entertained! Along with some great movie suggestions and recipes to make for the party. And to top it all off, she is sharing a free printable invitation too! Yay! I’m so happy that she is here guest posting today for me. Welcome Emilie!
Most of our other trips have been pretty close to home, visiting family and friends. I used to feel really guilty about this. I felt like the only time our family could really have a lot of fun was to go somewhere else. But the older I’m getting, the more I’m realizing that TIME is what my kids need. They don’t need DESTINATIONS. So we’ve become really good at planning “Staycations”. Here are 8 great ideas for your next family staycation to bring the family closer together.
Back to school time brings a whole bunch of unique stains on your children’s clothing. Markers, crayons, paint, glue . . . you know your kids will get them on their cute new outfits you bought them for school. So today I teamed up with Debra Johnson from Merry Maids to bring you some real solutions to help you save those cute clothes you spent so much money on.