I have to admit to having way more fun shopping for an anonymous family than I’ve ever had in shopping for my kids. Part of what I’m doing with this campaign is picking out toys for a displaced family due to Hurricane Sandy and giving their children something to keep them busy with while they MORE »
Mashed potatoes… you gotta have that right? Well what if you served a creamy, comforting, delicious and beyond easy to make side dish that no one would hardly believe wasn’t mashed potatoes? This recipe pleases every time and your kids are gonna love it too! Save time this Thanksgiving and the task of peeling a million MORE »
Some children love being assigned to the Thanksgiving Kids table. Others see the fine china and fancy stemware on the grownups table and feel like they’re getting the shaft. So I made a little video to help you create a Thanksgiving Kids Table that your littlest guests will adore! And if your kid MORE »
As the Petraeus affair continues to show signs of morphing into a national security melodrama worthy of at least three seasons on Army Wives, my thoughts turn to the issue of infidelity in the military. Jake has been deployed twice. Once to Iraq, once to Afghanistan, and while I trust my husband implicitly, it doesn’t MORE »
I know six people due the first week of December. As I ordered too many pairs of ruffle-bottom bloomers and tuxedo onesies for those new babes making their way into the world, my ovaries eased up into my brain and turned my laser-sharp online shopping focus to those oxytocin-filled moments of kissing chubbers baby cheeks MORE »
We’re celebrating 10 days of Thanksgiving: for 10 days, I’m sharing journaling prompts for reflections in gratitude. These prompts can be used to add thoughts to your journal, or get out and use your camera (or camera phone) to capture, or sketch or draw, or even simply spend some quiet time with a cuppa just MORE »
In the season of turkey and pie, try adding this savory and delectable pumpkin Mac & Cheese to your plate. It’s traditional turned easy gourmet. Your cute little taste buds are begging! Find more HisXHers on our Babble Video Channel.
When your kid is 11, it becomes much trickier to figure out what to get him for Christmas. Mine is a smarty pants who likes building things, yet he’s already got every Lego set ever created. He loves science, but he’s already done all the science kits and he’s kinda over it now. He’s got MORE »
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