*Affiliate links included… if you shop with my links, I receive a small commission (no extra fee for you). Thank you! Everyone has their traditions for Mother’s Day. It could include flowers… sleeping late… dinner out… home (or school) made gifts… any number of things. Last year… I told them all I wanted to do
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away. Well, actually three years ago somewhere closer, there was Easter. I was getting my lamb cake mold out the other day, and I remembered that this little guy has been causing trouble for years. Here’s what happened back then: This year, we stayed put for
When you find a way to combine your experience, interests, and passion for helping others into a new endeavor, you know you have done something right. Christine Kosakowski, a Madison mother of four, and her sister-in-law (and former Madison resident) Lisa DeFranco, have recently co-founded The Pink Pear, LLC (www.thepinkpear.org), a new online boutique that offers fun and quality products, and even
WHAT: First Night Morris 2017 marks the 25th Anniversary of First Night Morris County! About 200 performers from various disciplines – from dance to classic rock, from jazz guitar to stage magic, from world music to stand-up comedy – take part in about 80+ performances. Family-oriented activities from 4:45 to 9 p.m. WHEN: Saturday, Dec. 31, 4:45 p.m. to
Wishing you the happiest of days! May it be filled with family, love, laughter, and music.
To some, New Year’s Eve means late night ramblings, cries for more drinks all night, and the possibility of someone losing their dinner all down their new holiday outfit. When you have babies and toddlers in your household, these late night ramblings are by footy-pajama-clad tiny ones as they tip toe into your bedroom. Cries for more drinks involve
Fry up the latkes! Spin the dreidels and count up the gelt! It’s Hanukkah! This year, Hanukkah starts at sunset December 24, 2016, and ends at sunset January 1, 2017. Even if you don’t celebrate Hanukkah in your house, why not add a bit of multicultural entertainment into your family’s holiday mix with some Hanukkah fun and games!
Every year, my family asks me what I want for Christmas, and I tell them that what I really want I already have: them and their loving wonderful selves. Their presence in my life is gift enough. Actually, that’s a lie. No one ever asks me what I want because they are too busy telling
And now, from The Madison Mom choir, a special song for the holiday season. Remember, we’re all going to get through this. On the first day of Christmas my family showed to me…One bulb that blows out the whole tree On the second day of Christmas my family gave to me…Two sisters in a fight
*Affiliate links included… if you shop with my links, I receive a small commission (no extra fee for you). Thank you! Having you been trying to plan a holiday party and been struggling with something just a little different? How about celebrating with an elf theme! These fun elf themed party supplies and novelty items