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Not sure what kind of parties this year to throw for your
one, four, and seven year old children? Check out these
Update standard children's games for St. Patrick's Day by playing Irish jig music and using a few theme props.
The cooler days of fall are a great time for kids to head outside for parties. The following games from Penny Warner's book, "Kids' Outdoor Parties" (Meadowbrook Press), are great to get kids outdoors and having fun.
Most parents planning a birthday party are concerned about
how to keep 10 small people happily occupied for two hours. We
have some game ideas that will make all the difference.
Treat little monsters to these magically delicious party
It's important to let your children know how proud you are of their accomplishments, whether it's winning second place in the spelling bee or entering the first grade. Show them in ways big or small, from a special dinner out (or in) to framing their feat and hanging it at eye level -- their eye level.
Have fun with your baby's early birthdays, and celebrate your way. She may not be able to say, "I want a princess-themed party," but you know she'll enjoy the sparkly wand and strawberry cake. And gosh, won't she look cute in a little princess dress.
We can't resist big, soft, fudgy cookies, like those found
in glass jars on bake-shop counters. These freeze exceptionally
well-layer them in a freezer-safe container between sheets of wax
paper; thaw 15 minutes at room...