Winter is a fun time to play outdoors with the kids, but it’s important to be aware of the temperature and wind chill to prevent hypothermia from setting in. Taking proper precautions for the colder weather is paramount to keeping your family healthy this year.
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Mixologist: Cheri Loughlin
Complete the day with these delicious White Chocolate Truffles with Dried Cranberries. The Extra Virgin Coconut Oil and Organic Coconut Manna enhance the flavors in the truffle recipe.
Oh how I love Christmas time. The lights, the food, spending time with family and friends, and of course the decorations! Every year I try and make at least one new decoration for my house. Today, I’m going to share with you this year’s project: DIY felt Christmas tree’s. These are inexpensive, and don’t take a lot of time. The best part, if your kids are old enough to be trusted with scissors and sharp objects, they can help too! So toss on the Christmas music, grab a cup of hot chocolate, and let’s get going.
The countdown is on until Winter Break for kids everywhere. Although the kids are thrilled about 2 weeks off from school, it will only be a matter of time until you start hearing the words “I’m bored!” Don’t panic parents—I’ve got plenty of fun ideas for you to keep things interesting for the kiddos during Winter Break and beyond. And the best part is all the projects are easy and for kids of all ages.
Tip 1: Install and update alerts – If you haven’t found time to replace the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors recently, then be sure to do so now. If the batteries are in good order, check that each detector is working by pressing the test button monthly. You should have detectors in every bedroom in the house, as well as one on each floor according to the National Fire Protection Association.
Seeing friends and family at the holidays is a time many families look forward to all year long! Staying healthy for the holidays is an integral part of enjoying family gatherings or holiday vacations. Protect yourself and your family while you travel, whether you’re taking a road trip or traveling by air, these tips will reduce the likelihood of your family getting sick.
Santa, reindeer and elves. Lights, decorations and presents. It’s easy for children to get wrapped up in the hype of Christmas. Sometimes even us parents do. And it’s hard not to as the holiday continues to become more and more commercialized. We can’t even finish Thanksgiving before it all starts, after all.
Hanukkah is here! In our family we have relatives that celebrate both Hanukkah and Christmas, so we always try to do crafts for both holidays and learn a little about each.