I have always loved Easter eggs. I have fond memories of creating Easter eggs as a child at my gramma’s house with my cousins. Naturally, I thought this would be a tradition to share with my little guy this year.
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Added by Sara on April 8, 2012 at 8:01am — No Comments
For new parents, Christmas is a time for passing on traditions to our little ones. I think that holidays are made special by the little things. This year, my husband and I have both specified a few must-haves in terms of traditions for my son.
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Added by Sara on December 22, 2011 at 6:59pm — No Comments
I consider Thanksgiving as the official start to the Holiday Season (although the unofficial kickoff was seeing White Christmas and being moved to think about my blessingshappened a few weeks ago). I love this time of year. I love the food. I love the traditions. I love the warm, cozy feelings. Well, not all of the feelings. I don’t like the feeling of conflict and underlying…Read more
Added by Erin on November 23, 2011 at 3:22pm — No Comments
Welcome to Whole Living Wednesdays with Mommy on the Spot! I have a blog at mommyonthespot.blogspot.com, but I will be posting here on Wednesdays. Thanks for stopping by!
I wrote this post after another grueling Birthday Season. …Read more
Now that November is here, the mad rush of the holidays will soon be upon us. Give yourself the gift of planning, in advance, by designing a holiday self-care plan. Your plan will help you have your healthiest holidays ever!
Holidays don’t have to mean food overindulgence, weight gain, and sleep deprivation. Instead, end the calendar year with a wellness bang. Here’s how.
Start by creating a holiday self-care plan. This will help you to navigate the holiday festivities…Read more
For a few precious years, I was able to avoid the energy zapping fast paced craziness of holiday shopping. My girls were middle school to early twenties. I was working a full time job for the first time since...forever... and was having a hard time prioritizing. This left me behaving, well let's just say...less than joyful. The joy of the holidays was missing and I was not a happy camper. My girls were at an age where they loved shopping and spending money. So, an alternative plan…Read more
Added by Lyn Drathring on December 18, 2010 at 11:00am — No Comments
Ugh- People on diets. People watching their weight, their cholesterol, their blood pressure, their sugar intake. It has taken all the fun out of holiday baking. Applesauce bread, bishop's bread, fudge cake; I'm the only one eating all my baked goods. It's now faux pax to send a basket of goodies to your child's teacher, because you don't know if she's on the Atkins diet, the South Beach diet, the raw food diet, or the I don't-eat-carbs diet. What am I to do…Read more
Added by Peggy Gaffney on October 12, 2010 at 11:45am — No Comments