Archive | December, 2010

Last Minute Deals on Toys for Christmas

Posted on 23 December 2010 by

Who says it’s too late to buy Christmas presents? Late Christmas presents are as good as the ones given on the 25th. Some families even have a tradition to give Christmas gifts on New Year. It all depends on how you explain to your child that his present is ‘still being delivered by Santa’. A […]

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8 Thoughtful and Inexpensive Christmas Gifts

Posted on 21 December 2010 by

Don’t panic if you are still in the hunt for the perfect gift. Here is a list of thoughtful and inexpensive gift suggestions you can consider giving to your friends and loved ones for a less retail-centered gift giving experience. 1.       Kitchen creations. If you are skilled in cooking or baking, put it to good […]

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How to Make a Recycled Book Christmas Tree

Posted on 18 December 2010 by

A book Christmas tree is an easy project you and your kids can get busy with without spending much. The freezing weather outside may make the kids bored in the house so here’s something they can do indoors and it doesn’t create a lot of mess, too! They won’t even need scissors to do this. […]

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How to Make Christmas Stockings from Recycled Sweaters

Posted on 15 December 2010 by

A wonderful way to personalize your Christmas decorations is by putting up stockings for each family member. Stockings can be hung anywhere – above the fireplace, on the stair banister or on the family room wall. It’s delightful to see the kids sort through a stuffed stocking when they wake up on Christmas morning. Instead […]

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Non-Alcoholic Christmas Drink Recipes

Posted on 10 December 2010 by

A well-prepared Christmas dinner won’t be complete without drinks to match them. A bottle of wine or a bowl of cocktail punch is traditionally served but those are laced with alcohol. Children and pregnant women are not allowed to have it. Additionally, some family members might want their aperitif or digestif alcohol-free. Non-alcoholic drinks are […]

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Tips for a Safe Outdoor Fun in Snow

Posted on 08 December 2010 by

Winter is a wonderful time to be outdoors. Despite the frosty air and slippery ground, people still find a way to have fun in it. Do you remember you first memory of experiencing snow? There are many things your family can do outdoors in winter. Some of these include engaging in winter sports, playing snow […]

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Last-Minute Christmas Shopping Tips

Posted on 05 December 2010 by

You forgot, you didn’t have time or you just kept putting it off. Whatever the reason is, you are now forced to do last minute Christmas shopping. The few days leading up to Christmas day is the most nerve-racking for shoppers because everybody is in a rush and on the verge of panicking. If you […]

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Dos and Don’ts When Dealing with Christmas Gift Jealousy

Posted on 01 December 2010 by

Gift jealousy is one of the biggest concerns of parents when buying Christmas presents for their children. The excitement of receiving and opening gifts on Christmas can quickly fade away when a child turns into a green-eyed monster. It’s natural for children to somehow feel envious of another one’s toys. Siblings and cousins are the […]

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