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Where Did Mother's Day Come From?
Mother's Day was made official by President Woodrow Wilson and the United States Congress in 1914, when all members of the House wore white carnations in their button holes on the second Sunday in May. Two women, one from Boston and one from Philadelphia, at two different times, had fought to create a holiday to honor mothers.

 

King Cakes Fit for a Kid
Every year during Carnival in New Orleans, a grand celebration takes place. Parades and parties fill the days and nights, all accompanied by festive foods. King cakes are the ever-present food, served during the entire length of Carnival in honor of a mock Mardi Gras king and queen.

 

A Delicious Family Valentine
Include the kids in the Valentine's Day celebration. What a great way to say "I love you!" to the whole family.

 

Make a Holiday Splash. Throw a Party!
If you are considering throwing a big party, the holidays are the perfect time to do so. Everyone is in a festive mood, the stores are filled with goodies, and your house will be decked out in its best finery.

 

A Delicious Family Valentine
Include the kids in the Valentine's Day celebration. What a great way to say "I love you!" to the whole family.

 

A Delicious Family Valentine
Include the kids in the Valentine's Day celebration. What a great way to say "I love you!" to the whole family.

 

Gifts for the Graduate
When it comes to buying a graduation gift, you may think the graduate "has everything" -- and let's face it: many kids do! But with a little imagination and help from our list of ideas, it's easy to find a gift that demonstrates just how proud you are of the graduating senior.

 








 
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