What is your favorite holiday? My first favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. The main reason is you can create an amazing meal and easily combine family and friends to a thankful feast enjoyed by everyone! The leftovers are the best and you can be guilt free picking at them later in the evening or recreate for another meal. I love making a turkey pot pie and turkey soup with my leftovers! If you really want the mashed potatoes then go for smashed cauliflower.
My daughter Nikki always tells me that the best part of Thanksgiving are the late night or next day leftovers. We love to create yummy dishes and of course a big pot of soup!
Crafts are a great way for kids to express their creativity while decorating for the holidays. If you are trying to find great holiday crafts to do with your children around the holidays look no further. Below are some fun and easy crafts that you and your children can put together for the holidays.
Holidays are hectic enough with parties to throw and places to go without worrying about your cat knocking down your Christmas tree or your dog eating the presents under the tree. We all love our adorable, furry friends but they tend to add extra chaos to the already stressful holidays.
It seems that every year the holidays sneak up on me and I never have time to fill my home with enough cheery and bright decorations to set the perfect mood. This year I decided to start decorating early so that my house would be complete with holiday spirit. In my search for the perfect holiday decorations I discovered a few fun ways to adorn your home with holiday cheer that will be sure to please a crowd. Not only are these decorations homemade, but they are fun for the entire family, better for the environment, and easy on your wallet.