New Year’s Eve celebrations come in all kinds of styles. I’ve had two very different sets of experiences on New Year’s Eve that can be clearly split into before and after kids.
It is an annual tradition for us to carve a pumpkin around Halloween every year. Same as many other families. My talent in this area is subpar at best. I do enjoy it though. Our...
Halloween will soon be upon us. The arrival of October means the arrival of spooky TV in my household. Here is a collection of TV episodes on rotation via Netflix at our house with a Halloween (or Halloween compatible) theme. What ones are your favorite? Did I leave anything off the list?
This year you can celebrate as a family and still have time for a parents-only party with a whole new set of New Year’s Eve countdowns, available today only on Netflix, designed for preschoolers, tweens and everyone in between. You choose when to say goodnight, and the kids choose how to celebrate with their favorite characters.
One of the traditions we’ve started as a family is going to see the holiday trees at the Museum of Science and Industry Chicago every year. Mr. Dude loved seeing the trees this year.
My wife and I celebrate Christmas earlier than most every year. The problem is, I can’t fit all my holiday joy into just four weeks! I think it takes six to eight weeks to enjoy it to its maximum extent. I have, however, gathered thoughts from over twenty fellow dad bloggers who think I celebrate a bit too early.