Forget to get something for mom? Here's some tips for procrastinators.
Happy Mother’s Day! If you don’t already have plans, a card, or a gift for your own mom or the mother of your children, well… you’re a little late at this point. But it’s better late than never. Here are some cheap ideas that can be pulled together at the last minute to show the mom in your life how much she is appreciated: Let her sleep in. Always a nice thought, but it’s especially considerate for new moms. I can’t recall a day in the last year and a half when I have slept past 7am, and even that would be considered a luxury. Dad, keep the kids entertained and away from mom (as tough as that is!) for those early morning hours, so she can get some much deserved rest. Have a picnic in the park, if weather permits. Bread, cheese, …
Books make great holiday gifts. Give your loved ones these books as stocking stuffers this holiday season.
Monday, November 26, 2012
When you give a child or a teen a book, you are creating a memory that will last a lifetime. What’s more, reading offers so many options. Are you trying to find a book for an early reader? Choose a picture book or a Great Beginner Read from the list below. Does your grandchild love nonfiction? Take a look at the Great Family Reads section. Has your niece read every book known to man? There are some brand new books on this list that she may not have seen yet. Do you struggle to find just the right book to entice your child to read? These selections are sure kid-pleasers that will meet any interest. The ReadKiddoRead holiday gift list has something for everyone: realistic fiction, science fiction, and nonfiction; animal stories, mythology …