Thrifty Thanksgiving…Crafts and Activities, That Is

I originally published this post last year around this time. For some reason my kids have an entire week off for Thanksgiving break this year so I felt some parents would appreciate some ideas for keeping their littles occupied without all their cash getting ‘gobbled’ up. Looking for something to do with your kids duringContinue reading “Thrifty Thanksgiving…Crafts and Activities, That Is”

Great Value Gobbles

I originally published this post last Thanksgiving, but I think the advice still holds true for this year. In case you missed it please enjoy my tips and tricks for adding Great Value to Your Thanksgiving Gobbles: Thanksgiving is almost upon us and if you are back up to entertaining pre-covid size groups of friendsContinue reading “Great Value Gobbles”

Kids Thanksgiving Book Review

Help your kids remember that there’s a holiday between Halloween and Christmas with these awesome Thanksgiving kids’ books. Look for them at your local library or enjoy the links I have included to the free read alouds on You Tube. As a child of the 80’s I grew up on the Berenstain Bears. I thoughtContinue reading “Kids Thanksgiving Book Review”

Thrifty Thanksgiving…Crafts and Activities, That Is

Looking for something to do with your kids during that little holiday gap called ‘not Christmas yet’….I mean Thanksgiving. Check out some neat craft ideas that I have found to re-focus their attention to ‘giving thanks’ rather than ‘getting gifts’. Cloths pin coffee filter turkeys: yes, totally stolen from Facebook- here’s the link below. TheyContinue reading “Thrifty Thanksgiving…Crafts and Activities, That Is”

Great Value Gobbles

Thanksgiving is almost upon us and if you are back up to entertaining pre-covid size groups of friends and family you will notice that Thanksgiving dinner can become one of THE most expensive meals of the year. Below are some of my tips and tricks for making sure you have more than just turkey leftoverContinue reading “Great Value Gobbles”

Kids Thanksgiving Book Review

As a child of the 80’s I grew up on the Berenstain Bears. I thought I had read them all, but recently I stumbled upon The Berenstain Bears and the Prize Pumpkin by: Stan and Jan Berenstain. Set in late fall, Papa Bear and the cubs learn an important lesson about accepting disappointment and beingContinue reading “Kids Thanksgiving Book Review”