1. Holiday Decor Children Can Help With

    While gift giving and receiving are often the spotlight of the holiday season, a large part of the magic is how beautifully everything is dressed up. From towering trees adorned with baubles and lights, or the warm glow from a lit menorah as the light bounces off the chocolate gelt sprinkled around the table, holiday decor is another big player when it comes to making the holiday season special. H…Read More

  2. Easy Ways to Spread Holiday Cheer

    The holidays are about giving and receiving thoughtful gift and spending time with those you love. Here are a few low effort, high impact activities parents can do with their children to spread holiday cheer, near and far.  Unexpectedly surprise a friend, a neighbor, or a stranger with a random act of kindness.  Sometimes a small gift at an unexpected time can cut through the gray winter gloom t…Read More

  3. Five Ways for Your Family to Give Back This Holiday Season

    We try to encourage our children to be their kindest, most generous selves all year round, but during the holiday season, numerous opportunities arise for thankfulness and giving back. Allowing your child to participate with you as you contribute to the people in your community who need extra help, or to those who you appreciate for what they do each day, can teach a young child a great deal about…Read More

  4. Five Ways to Schedule Quality Family Downtime into the Holiday Season

    The holiday season is busy, festive, and fun for everyone in your family.  In between holiday parties, concerts, and weekend shopping, you and your children may need more downtime than you think. Kids can become overwhelmed by the hustle of the season, so make sure you’re fitting some family downtime time into the schedule. Stay cozy. Whether you make a pillow and blanket fort and crawl inside …Read More