The Easter holiday has many meanings for many people. What started out as a religious holiday is now celebrated by the nonreligious as well. Bunnies and colored eggs are the symbols of Easter, representing new life. While not everyone is religious, the idea behind Easter is still the same. The holiday represents new beginnings and a feeling of hope. What better message is there for our children? Here are eight ways to celebrate the Easter holiday with your children.
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I took some time off from writing lately. It is because I am working on Spring cleaning my yard and working on my little garden. This week will be interesting as my husband will start his two weeks vacation and he can watch the kids while inside the house, and I can finish my job outside the house as soon as possible. Last Friday, it rained hail in our area. I was a little disappointed that some of my daffodil… read more
The safety of my children always comes first. In our house, I always make sure that there aren’t anything strewn across the floor that could cause them to trip, fall, and bruise any part of their bodies. I guess you can call me overprotective. Well, that’s something I can’t avoid. After all, my maternal instincts are always working overtime.
My eldest is already close to pre-school age, so you can just imagine how active he is. He loves to play… read more
We have been living in this house for quite a number of years already. Nevertheless, it was only recently when I decided to make minor changes to the house. I guess being mom to two boys made me think of an activity I can enjoy as a woman, since I’m the only woman in the house.
I am not forcing everyone to do this as everyone is free to follow which blogs they want to follow. You may not know but I do keep track to the ones who unsubscribe in my Feedburner and unliking the Facebook page. So don’t be surprised that if you join the new giveaways I have in this blog that I deleted your entries. It is because you are directly disqualified of unsubscribing or unliking from the past. Everyone has rules,… read more