It’s Not Just Adult Stuff: 3 Ways to Get Your Kids Involved in Inauguration Day 2021

In the United States of America, every four years, on the 20th of January, an inauguration is held to swear in the new or returning elected president and vice-president. This Wednesday, January 20th, 2021, Americans all over the country will get to watch our soon-to-be 46th president, Joe Biden, and our first woman and woman … Continue reading It’s Not Just Adult Stuff: 3 Ways to Get Your Kids Involved in Inauguration Day 2021

How to be the Favorite Aunt/Uncle: Interactive Books to Gift this Holiday Season

Kids are the best people to buy gifts for. They never give you a basic “thank you” after opening the gift you gave them. They are always wonderfully and hysterically honest in their reaction. And my gifts to my son, niece, and nephews over the years have been met with a range of reactions from … Continue reading How to be the Favorite Aunt/Uncle: Interactive Books to Gift this Holiday Season

Family Movie Night: Celebrating 8 Nostalgic Thanksgiving-Weekend Releases to Stream Now

Thanksgiving weekend, 1992, the follow up to one of, if not the, funniest movies I had ever seen (to date) was hitting the theaters: HOME ALONE 2: Lost in New York. My eight-year-old self and entire family cannot wait, we are so excited to see this movie during our long weekend together. Now in 1992, … Continue reading Family Movie Night: Celebrating 8 Nostalgic Thanksgiving-Weekend Releases to Stream Now

10 Things to Read and Watch with Your Kids for Your Most Memorable Thanksgiving Yet

After you have finished that adorable handprint turkey craft (I don’t know about you, but for me, the joy of your kid’s painted handprint never gets old), you may want to engage more in the Thanksgiving holiday with your kids. So, I have compiled a list of 10 things to read and watch with your kids … Continue reading 10 Things to Read and Watch with Your Kids for Your Most Memorable Thanksgiving Yet