It's our job as parents to trick kids into doing what's good for them, especially if it means learning a little something along the way. So even if you have a kid who goes into meltdown mode anytime you take him or her away from video games, check out these fall leaf crafts for kids who hate the outdoors. Just don't be surprised when you find your kid loving nature after this.Read Full Story
It's fall, and you're a mom. If you're like every other red-blooded mom in America, you probably have loads of mom-petition on your Facebook news feed. You may try your hand at a few holiday crafts to prove you don't suck as a parent. If you've tried and failed again and again, these Pinterest holiday craft fails will make you feel much better.Read Full Story
I have two toddler boys, and I love them to death. I don't love the fact that they still can't sit through a meal without throwing food or screaming while strapped in their highchairs. My kids aren't monsters – they are just under the age of 3. I know my limits. I'm not inviting them to Thanksgiving dinner this year.Read Full Story
Celebrate the spirit of the first Thanksgiving by creating adorable and fun Pilgrims and Indians out of simple paper tubes. This easy craft will keep little hands occupied while Mom and Dad are busy prepping Thanksgiving dinner.Read Full Story
Hosting Thanksgiving dinner is a lot of work, but it's even harder when your kids are hanging from your legs. Since the turkey isn't going to baste itself, discover six Thanksgiving games to keep kids from driving you crazy, from mini pumpkin tic-tac-toe to turkey baster pom pom races.Read Full Story
My husband and I host every family holiday at our house, with two toddlers underfoot. We are always praised for our generosity, but there's more to the story. I insist on hosting Thanksgiving because I don't want to travel. I want to do the holiday my way.Read Full Story
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