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It’s that time of year when pumpkins reign. If you want to get past the usual jack-o-lantern carving and tackle some other pumpkin activities, read on for art, cooking, and learning activities your kids will [Read More]
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Charles Schulz’s “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” story and television special, pumpkin patches and corn mazes across the country are presenting special Peanuts-themed designs to honor the [Read More]
Perhaps you are one of the families who choose not to celebrate Halloween. What are some good ways to celebrate fall, let the kids in on the fun and ignore the scary stuff altogether? Here’s [Read More]
Folks often plan for vacations in the summertime when kids are out of school, but a great alternate or additional idea for families to consider, however, is holiday travel offering a nice retreat before the [Read More]
As the mother of three, I have frequently taken on the role of party planner over the past several years. I’ve hosted (or been involved in) every type of party imaginable. Some good, some I’m [Read More]
What’s a stepmom to do on Mother’s Day? Do we insist that honor be bestowed upon us? Do we create expectations of what our stepchildren should do for us? Do we allow the biological mom to get [Read More]
Yellow Day, a debut faith-based family film from Providence Film Partners in Mobile, will release in select theaters Christmas 2015 and premier in Birmingham on December 11. The live action movie chronicles a young [Read More]