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Give Dad special treatmant this Father's Day; let him know how much you and your kids love him! Most arts and crafts children come home from school with are geared towards Mom, and we think it's time to give Pops a home-made memento.
Set up a few projects for your children so they can make one-of-a-kind keepsakes for Dad. Tailor the difficulty and amount of time the projects take to the age and maturity of your child. And if you have more than one child, invite them to make a variety of goodies for Dad.
Help your child make a Father's Day card that comes from the heart. Young children...
Want to create a Christmas winter wonderland in your own home, office cubicle or anywhere that you feel needs a touch of festive fun? It's always a great way to decorate for a holiday party or event!
A Christmas winter wonderland typically has snowflakes and icicles (although not the kind made from frozen water) along with color schemes in blue and silver or red and green. Here's a few ideas for winter wonderland decorations that will hopefully inspire and excite you:
Start with the Basics
Make it feel like you're in the middle of a majestic snowfall by hanging twinkling white lights along...
Talking to your daughter about puberty should happen long before her first period. Most girls have their first period around 12, although it can range from 8 to 15 years old. Preparing your daughter with information can ease her discomfort and alleviate apprehensions or fears she may have about becoming a woman. Plan on discussing her menstrual cycle with her over a series of shorter conversations, rather than overwhelming her with too much information all at once.
Start discussing your daughter's body with her as early as she's interested, and give her as...