Are your kids feeling lost in the frenzy of holiday preparations? Here are some surefire ways to draw your littlest ones into the joyful spirit, while enjoying their wonder at the season's enchantments.
I love the idea of serving good, fresh, homemade food to kids, even when there’s a holiday happening. Since when is that a problem? Does it have to be an exasperated “Why does everyone have to be so PC?” moment?
You've picked the perfect one: It's squat and round or tall and slim or just a little lopsided. Now what? Use these tips for decorating (or disassembling!) your pumpkin, and invite the little kids to help!
I didn't celebrate Day of the Dead as a kid, and I wasn't always sure I wanted my toddler celebrating it either. Halloween skeletons are one thing, but the dancing calacas and talk of lost souls took it to another level.
You don't need to visit a haunted house to get a fright this Halloween— just look at your credit card bill! The American Express Spending & Saving Tracker, a monthly consumer spending survey, has broken down how much folks are shelling out on various Halloween expenses. Check out the stats below and see if you're spending more or less than the average ghoul.
The first Halloween is often an underrated event in a young child's life, yielding a ton of mug-worthy moments for both parent and child. Here are 10 things new parents can look forward to this Halloween.
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