What’s not to love about Christmas? Even the scroogiest Scrooge has to admit that the twinkling lights and excitement of children makes the season special.
Here is a collection of my own best ideas for a festive and blessed season. Merry Christmas!
Your kids and grandkids are going to have at least 14 days in a row off from school and, likely, driving you nuts. Here are ideas for getting them busy learning a new skill or craft.
Make reading holiday favorites part of your tradition and memories! Suggested titles here.
Have you thought of bringing holiday cheer to someone with a few strings of lights? Battery-powered means there won’t be any addition to a power bill.
What better way to teach our kids that Christmas isn’t just about getting but giving than to make this a part of your annual tradition?
Don’t overdo it! Simple times make for the sweetest of memories.
I like these gift ideas! No more gifts that are quickly forgotten with this suggestion!
Equip your loved one with a handy emergency kit.
At some point, sit down and enjoy the lights, the smells, and the beauty of Christmas.
This is a tradition we’ve carried on for several years. We love sharing our favorite things with family members.
Ever get so busy with Christmas prep that you completely forget what the holiday is all about?
Yes, post-Christmas let down is a real thing. Here’s my best tip for overcoming it.
There are 11 months from now until the next time you haul out those Christmas decorations. Here’s what I do that helps me remember where everything goes!