A little gift for your host or host family -- especially something personalized -- speaks volumes. This doesn't mean you have to shell out for something pricey; thoughtfulness is key.
Sure, having a party is fun, but to show your guests a really good time, give parting gifts they'll remember. A fun Poloroid, framed, of your guests in a goofy pose or a CD of music played at the party are always good ones. And the list goes on.
Based on child development research, the following guide
will help in your selection of toys for various age groups. Some
playthings are recommended for more than one age category, as
children of different ages often enjoy the same toy, each playing
with it at his or her own level.
Take the time to organize the perfect diaper bag and have everything you need at your fingertips for any outing with your baby.
School is winding down, and it's time to thank your child's teachers for another year of tough duty. But before getting out your credit card, stop for a moment. Don't give your child's favorite teacher yet another coffee mug! There are a lot of wonderful and creative ways to express your gratitude that don't involve a ceramic cup with a handle.
Kids already have Mom's heart pretty well sewn up, but there's no sense taking chances, and this whimsical notepad leaves no doubt as to who holds the strings.
Kids can pledge to lend Mom or Dad a hand around the house
with this flowery card.
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