International Peace Day

International Peace Day is one that is not commonly recognized. Mostly becauase a lot of people do not hear about it, but this is a day that should be recognized. Without peace our world would not function. We all need to fight for peace, not just toady but every day. Here is some history behind […]

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How to Spend Quality Time with Your Children – Retro Fun in a Techie World

How to Spend Quality Time With Your Children So, you’ve decided to turn off the tablets and smart phones, unplug the television, hide the video controllers, and take a holiday from tech.  Yeah, we know it’s hard.  But you are a parent, and you know that great families require real time and real interaction. But […]

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Children’s Halloween Party Ideas

  Kids of all ages, from toddlers to teens, love to celebrate Halloween. The fun of masquerading as someone (or something) else for a day encourages them to use their creativity and imagination. There are many reasons to host a Halloween party, whether it’s in addition to, or instead of, trick-or-treating. Maybe one of your […]

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Fall Is A Perfect Time For Organizing Kids Toys

Organizing Kids Toys If you’ve been putting off the dreaded task of organizing kids toys, fall is the perfect time to jump in and do it. Children are back into their school routines, and Christmas is still on the horizon. Now’s the time to clear out overflowing closets before a new batch of toys arrives! If […]

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Take to the Road to Make Your Own Thanksgiving Tradition

Thanksgiving travel has steadily increased over the past four years, according to AAA. Last year, 43.6 million Americans traveled for the four-day holiday weekend. While the traditional gathering of the entire extended family at one home can be fun, some families are now planning historically focused and peaceful adventures away from large family gatherings. Take […]

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Childrens Party Themes Celebrating Labor Day

Labor Day is usually considered the end of summer and it is a great opportunity to create a childrens party themes gathering celebrating Labor Day which could also include parents. The party could take place in a backyard or at a local park whichever provides the most space for this party. Invitations Invitations should be mailed two […]

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Rainy Day Activities… Hmmmm?

Rainy Day Activities. Where to start As a father of two girls, ages 2 & 5, I almost enjoy the rainy days more than sunny.  More often than not sunny days mean playing outside.  Outside is great, I mean I would never complain about my kids jumping on the trampoline, playing in the sprinkler, or […]

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How to Roast Marshmallows like a Professional

Autumn is a great time to gather friends around a campfire and roast marshmallows. Knowing how to roast marshmallows is important in order to get them done exactly right without losing them into the fire. Preparation: Begin by building a fire with seasoned firewood. While it’s okay to add a bit of paper to get the fire […]

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Childrens Party Ideas-Avoiding Insanity When Traveling With Children

When thinking of children’s party ideas, travelling long distances in the car with younger children does not come to mind.  In fact, dread is a more common response as we try to think of a variety of answers to the question, “Are we there yet?”  However, travelling with kids can be pleasant with a little bit […]

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Back To School: Childrens Party Themes

The end of summer can be a conflicting time for some children. The light-hearted days of summer are coming to an end but it is also an exciting time for them that includes learning new things and meeting new friends. This is a good time to have a back to school childrens party celebration. Invitations Send out […]

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