Finally! A holiday card for real people

by Andrea Updyke posted in Mom Stories Since I had children, I loved the idea of sending holiday cards to friends and family. A couple different years, I even managed to get a photographer to take cute family photos in time to have all my cards addressed and mailed before Christmas. This year, I swore… […]

3 Tips to Beat Holiday Belly Bloat

by Donna Gates ‘Tis the season for bloating, heartburn, and gas. Too much food encourages what we eat to sit and rot. This time of year, there are plenty of foods and drinks to warm the body and bring people […] ? Read the rest of this entry… (Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) The […]

Last-minute holiday craft: Felt bead ornaments

by BabyCenter Guest Blogger posted in Life & Home Here’s a fun post from our friends at Small Fry. Felt beads are such a great base for so many DIY projects, why not decorate a whole Christmas tree with them? Here are two easy ideas. All you need are felt beads, a needle and thread,… […]

How to Survive Holiday Parties With Your Kids

The festive season is upon us. Festive party invitations are arriving via email and in the mailbox.  Some invitations may be adult only parties, but some may include the kids. Depending on the age of your child or children, heading out to a gathering of work colleagues, distant family members or friends of friends might […]

Deals of the week: 6 sales to help cross off holiday lists

by Lesley Kennedy posted in Products & Prizes Ooh, I really want to pay full price for that. Said no one. Ever. In a perfect world, we’d all have time to be extreme couponers, but there are mouths to feed, dishes to wash, work to be done. No worries – we’ve rounded up the week’s… […]