Milk and cookies? Check. Carrots for the reindeer? Check. Time to log on to NORAD Tracks Santa! This free and easy to use website lets you track Santa’s progress as he travels the globe handing out toys to good girls and boys!
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If you’re looking for a simple holiday project that you don’t need to run to the store and get a bagful of materials for, this is it. Salt Dough Ornaments. You will just need three simple ingredients – salt, flour and water. Dig out your festive cookie cutters and some paint, and you’re ready to go!
I made these ornaments with my 10, 8 and 6 year old kids this week. They had a blast, and did almost all of the work themselves! [click to continue…]
My kids have been working furiously for the past week on their letters to Santa. They’ve made and remade them. Stars were used to point out their top choices. They added stickers and drawings. They even made sure to include a few pleasantries along with their wish lists (How are you Santa? I hope you have a great Christmas Santa! Don’t forget to rest!), to really cement their position on the nice list. Now they’re ready for his response. There are a few ways to make this happen that are easy, cheap (all are free unless you opt for upgrades), and full of Christmas spirit. [click to continue…]
Christmas lights are popping up all over town! While we think it’s fun to drive around our neighborhood and see everyone’s decorations, there are a few spots on the South Shore that go all out every year, and are worth driving a little bit further to see. Some are old school, some are set to music, and some are just dazzling. So put the kids in their PJ’s, grab some hot chocolate for the road, and go do some light peeping!
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