Valentine’s Day for the Single Pringle

Valentine's Day for the Single Pringle

Valentine’s Day can be a difficult time of year for all the single pringles and solo ladies who don’t have anyone to share the special day with. Here are our ideas and tips for showing a little self-love this Valentine’s day! Read More

Christmas Movies for an Indoor Holiday

Christmas Movies for an Indoor Holiday

Even if Christmas looks different this year, there is still time to discover new holiday traditions with your family, like watching holiday movies. Here are some of our favorites! Read More

Halloween Can Be Just as Sweet This Year

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This is the year to try out some new Halloween activities and experiences with your kids…you might just find some favorites that will become ongoing traditions for your family. One way or another, this will likely be one of their most memorable Halloweens ever! Read More

4 Ways Your Family Can Practice Gratitude This November

No matter what you decide to do this holiday season, remember to take pauses to think about, verbalize, and act out your thankfulness. Not only are you doing yourself a favor, but you’re teaching your kids tools to be healthier, more well-rounded members of society.  Read More

How to Navigate Cultural Halloween Costumes With Sensitivity

Mia Moody-Ramirez is a professor of journalism and public relations at Baylor University. She is also a nationally recognized expert on mass media representations of minorities, women, and other underrepresented groups. She says, “Common cultural appropriation missteps include darkening one’s face, wearing ethnic garb, and/or dressing up to provoke laughter rather than show respect for a group or person.” Read More

I Will Always Welcome Older Trick-or-Treaters, and Here’s Why

There are dozens of other things kids could be doing on Halloween that are much less savory than trick-or-treating within their community. Because of this, I can’t help but smile when I see preteens and teenagers running around in packs, laughing and begging for candy. It’s a solid reminder to everyone that the fun doesn’t have to stop when you reach a certain age. Read More

It’s Okay To Not Give Your Kids The Summer Of Your Childhood

This way of living doesn’t come naturally for my kids. I have no earthly idea how or why: my husband and I were made for the slow, spontaneous pace of summer! But within the first day, they were both asking me for snacks every 15 minutes, fighting with one another incessantly, and nearly hanging on my legs complaining that they were soooooo bored.  Read More