The idea of a white Christmas has become something of a nostalgic idea. Every child must have fantasized at least once to waking up Christmas morning with a winter wonderland outside their home. Well, if you do not have snow this year, or do not live where it snows, you can turn your home into its own winter wonderland. After all, no one is immune to the allure that is a new snowfall; the glistening of the sun on icy tree branches or the clouds of white powder covering lawns.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which means marathons will soon be popping up left and right across the nation in numerous U.S cities. However, stand out this year, and instead of doing a marathon, consider hosting a fundraiser event instead.
Birthdays are a special time of year for children and parents alike. For parents, it serves as a reminder of how much your little girl has grown since the day she was born. For kids, it is a time to celebrate with friends, receive presents and have a great time celebrating their special day. With new movies being released, and new TV shows and toys hitting the market, there is never a shortage of party inspiration for children. Trendy topics are always a popular theme, but there are many classic ideas to choose from that can be thrown in honor of your little girl.
Oktoberfest is a special time of year for Germany, Bavarian citizens and tourists alike. While some people may have had the chance to visit the festivities at least once in their life, this year, change things up and learn the secrets to celebrating it at home in the United States. Just because you’re not in Germany doesn’t mean you can’t take part in the fun! All it requires is a little initiative on your part, and you’ll be celebrating Oktoberfest before you know it.
This fall the biggest party times are Halloween and Thanksgiving. While it’s always great fun to break out the sweet treats and costumes for Halloween, you may be looking forward to the delectable dinners of Thanksgiving, and all the fall-themed party options that come with it. Here are a few ideas to throw the perfect Thanksgiving party, whether it be for family, friends, or both.
In a few short days, the summer season will have officially ended. Rest assured, it will come again next year but, until then, welcome in fall with a harvest party. The leaves are changing colors, pumpkins make their appearance and warm drinks replace their chilled counterparts from summertime. Fall is a season characterized by Halloween and Thanksgiving, but there is no need to reserve the fall celebration for just a few holidays when you have three months to enjoy it. Using the following three tips, throw your own fall harvest party to help celebrate the season with your friends and family.
Rosh Hashanah, which is celebrated over the course of two days, is considered one of the two holidays that make up the High Holy Days for Jewish people. It is an important holiday for practicing Jews, symbolizing the beginning of a new year by sharing in family gatherings, special meals and sweet foods. Although it is not considered a federal holiday in the United States, Rosh Hashanah is the start of a new year, a holiday that every American celebrates, perhaps just on different days. This Rosh Hashanah, September 24-25th, join your Jewish friends to celebrate the New Year together!
Now that you’ve decided to celebrate the holiday, there are a few traditions that you should try to incorporate into your gathering with friends, family, and anyone else who is looking to join in. There are a few tips that are universal for planning a successful party, but these are specific for the Jewish New Year.
With the holiday season quickly approaching, it is never too late to get a head start on planning. Halloween is the first holiday of the season and one of the more exciting ones for children – aside from Christmas, that is.
Aside from going trick-or-treating at some point during the night, an actual party can also be enjoyed by both adults and children alike. Here are 3 things your Halloween party is missing.
Halloween is a fun holiday for kids. There’s all the fun of costumes and getting to run around with friends – not to mention the pillowcases full of candy that get hauled home at the end of the night.
Although candy is not the healthiest food to eat, you cannot remove it completely from the equation, especially on Halloween. However, here are 5 of the worst candies that you should try have your kids avoid. These candies are the most cavity-causing, artery-clogging culprits, including certain candies that hit the store shelves only during this spooky holiday.
Party planning for young boys is always a fun adventure. Each year of their young lives seems to fly by so quickly, so take the time to make their birthday special each and every year. With their interests developing rapidly, every year brings a new opportunity for a themed party. No matter what your son is enamored with at the moment, there are decorations out there to make his theme come to life. Below are three of the most popular birthday party ideas for little boys.