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Update on Corban- My busy 6 year old!

Six years ago, my son, Corban, was born premature and weighed only 2 lbs. It has been quite an adventure for our family since then! Many of you have followed his journey along the way with many prayers and encouragement. (Thanks for that!) For those of you who are not familiar with his story, feel free […]

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The Summer Jolt

It’s the end of the school year and if you’re like my family, it’s gets busy… like Christmas busy. My days and nights have been filled with concerts, projects, recitals, field trips, teacher gifts, summer birthday parties (at school), graduation gifts, summer camp sign ups, exams, and award assemblies. I decided all that wasn’t exciting […]

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Rainy Day Activity – Create a Fruit Bouquet

Fruit bouquet crafts are rainy day activities that are good enough to eat. See how easy it is for you and your kids to have fun designing beautiful creations for your table or for gifts. Materials: For containers, you can use just about anything with a wide mouth. That could mean a wicker basket, ceramic vase or […]

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Forging a Lasting Bond with Grandchildren Activities

Grandparents and grandchildren come in all different shapes, sizes, ages, and energy levels with different interests, hobbies, and personalities.  The special relationship  between grandparents and grandchildren has the potential to be one of  life’s most precious.  Oftentimes miles separate grandparents and grandchildren, making regular time together difficult.  When together, the time is usually packed with fun […]

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Gorgeous Green Glamping Activities to Play With Guests

Glamping is camping for glamorous types. It’s one of those activities to play with guests that lets you all enjoy the great outdoors without shivering in a leaky tent. Get ready to glamp out. Choose your venue: There are plenty of upscale campsites all over the United States and around the world with a wide range […]

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Organizing Kids Toys in the Garage and Yard

Organizing kids toys may not sound so bad when you compare it to one of the toughest household challenges we all face. That’s the mess that builds up in our garages and yards. Try these 9 simple ideas that work just as well inside your home as they do outdoors. Garbage cans: You can spend a […]

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Sweeten Grandchildren Activities by Making Candy Kabobs

Kids love making candy kabobs so they provide easy and fun grandchildren activities. If you feel like you’ve taken cupcakes as far as they can go, try skewering your sweets for a change. How to Make Candy Kabobs: All you need are soft candies and wooden or bamboo skewers. If you’re not going to eat […]

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Creative Valentine Ideas for Kids

We are always impressed with our customers creative Valentine ideas for kids. Here are a few ideas using Amy’s Valentine flat cards. These are perfect for kids or adults! It’s O”Fish”al – Package some fish crackers or gummy fish into clear bags and tape onto this card.   BEE-U-TEA-FUL – A perfect gift for a […]

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How to make New Years Eve Rock for the kids

New Years Eve is well known for the champagne, staying up late, kissing, and glamorous outfits. But what about those who are a bit younger? They definitely want to be able to ring in the new year with just as much fun and pizazz as their parents and older siblings! So here are a few Holiday […]

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Christmas Tradition-Thinking Outside the Gift Box

Some Christmas traditions are passed down through generations.  Others are established intentionally to preserve the part of Christmas that is important to a family.  Sometimes though, traditions rise out of the ashes of human tragedy. In 1999, a family of six was involved in a tragic car accident.  Three of the four children who were injured in […]

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