One thing I love at Christmas time is the building, eating, and decorating of gingerbread houses. My mother always said that I would eat a piece of candy and then decorate with one. Eat and repeat. Since I have a toddler in the house, I’ve started making houses out of graham crackers instead of gingerbread. I love how easy it is to build graham cracker houses, even for tiny fingers. We like to make several miniature houses so eventually we have a little village of them. We pretend like Sour Patch Kids, which just so happens to be my favorite candy of all time, are real kids and Teddy Grahams are their bear friends. Oh how my daughter loves to play “house” with these candies!
Add some holiday cheer to your Christmas tree with these simple and adorable DIY Christmas ornaments from our participating link party bloggers! While you’re browsing, be sure check out our 3 new amazing link party hosts. Click on over and say hello!
Let the countdown begin. One of my favorite Christmas traditions from childhood is creating an advent calendar. I really looked forward to it every year. Fast forward a decade or two and the advent calendar has become a holiday decor staple in many households. You can get them just about anywhere in many different varieties but to a child, there’s something extra special about an advent calendar that you can create yourself. That’s where the Christmas countdown using gum comes in.
Turkeys, turkeys, and more turkeys! We’ve gone gobble gobble over these adorably creative turkey treats. From mini turkey donuts to more turkey bites, boxes, and bags, look no further for all of your cute Thanksgiving turkey delights.
I recently took photos of my best friend’s newborn son. Isn’t he precious? It got me thinking about what life is like as a new parent. Once you have a child to care for, you see the process of informing yourself of every health care option available to you as an important, necessary responsibility. With open enrollment currently underway, let’s chat about voluntary health insurance and why you need it.
These festive fall crafts are the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving table! Cute placecards and kid-friendly activities set the scene for a beautiful tablescape. Join us at the link party!!
I mean . . . how cute is this pilgrim and Indian? For those of you who have kids of crafting age, this toilet paper roll craft for Thanksgiving is a breeze to help them create. All you need are toilet paper rolls, scrap paper, and glue!
Since moving into our new house over the summer, home improvement has been on the forefront of my mind. Sometimes it seems like a task that’s just too cumbersome to take on. If we truly want to settle into this house for the coming years, however, a renovation undertaking is completely necessary. Preparing for home improvement can be stressful but we’ve done our research we have found a financial partner that meets our needs.
When a company loves what they do, it shows. At Main Event, it couldn’t be more evident that they love to deliver fun to guests each and every day all across the USA! This exciting, multi-activity entertainment center is your go-to destination to Eat, Play and Bowl.
However, the fun isn’t just for date nights and family fun outings. Main Event also provides customized, festive experiences for birthday and holiday parties, corporate and private events. Think tons of activities and delicious food and drinks that everyone will look forward to.