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Here is another wreath for Halloween (you can never have too many wreaths for your front door….every season and every holiday and everything in between!).
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Host the best kid’s Halloween party ever with these lucky (or unlucky) 13 games.
It’s hard to believe that driving a car is right around the corner for my little girl. On one hand, I’m beaming with pride and on the other, I’m scared for my life… and hers. Naturally.
Assemble odds and ends from your workshop or the Lowe’s hardware aisle to build Frankenchimes — clanking Halloween wind chimes.
Did I stumble across a secret game or is this widespread knowledge? See, I don’t know because I don’t keep up with technology that much but in case you didn’t know, I’m going to tell you.
These bug-eyed beings are easy to make in large batches for a Halloween gathering or classroom party. Place yogurt pretzels on parchment paper. Heat candy melts according to the package directions.
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Get the young ones involved in the Halloween fun. Let them sort the chocolate candies by color and arrange them on top of the dough.
I get it, I do. You want to love your dear Aunt Sally, but you swear on all that is good, if she posts one more political status update, you are going to un-invite her from your next family gathering. Save your relationships & your friendships by doing this one thing.
Our family are real snackers. What I mean by that is that we love to have a snack almost every time of the day. It’s fun to have a snack after breakfast, and afternoon snack and of course my husband’s favorite, The infamous “midnight snack.”
I had never ran a marathon in my life and quite honestly I had never planned on it. It seemed intimidating, and not for someone like me that was pretty new to the entire fitness experience. Granted I had put my hours in on my treadmill at home, the idea of a 5K run just seemed intimidating and I immediately had visions of me coming in last place.