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4th of July Parade Costumes!
Make some easy all-American costumes and decorate bikes, wagons -- even the family pet - for a neighborhood parade. This patriotic birthday bash could be the beginning of a great family and neighborhood tradition.

 

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.

 

Easter Eggs Are Always Fun!
Children around the world decorate eggs in the spring as a way to celebrate rebirth and warmer days. In this country, we call these colorful decorations "Easter eggs," and decorating them is something children love to do.

 

Easter Egg Hunt Surprise!
Easter weekend is a great time for the first outdoor games of the season, and while we all hope for sunshine on Easter, if rain drops fall, don't despair. Transfer activities inside. Even an Easter egg hunt is fun indoors -- although it's most fun outside with the spring sunshine beating down and the flowers spilling color on the still-drab landscape.

 

A Passover Seder for the Family

Set in the spring, the season for new life, Passover celebrates the rebirth of the Jews after their liberation from slavery. The large extended family and friends gather around the table, where through stories, songs, and prayers, they relive the Exodus from Egypt, and experience the universal struggle of all people to be free.


 

A Little Post-Holiday Organization
Because the holiday continues through the first of the year, you want to put your best foot forward as family and friends are still coming and going. This means you want the house to be presentable and festive.

 

Care and Feeding of a Live Christmas Tree
For some families, the holiday is just not authentic without a live tree. For everyone who loves the smell of fresh pine wafting through the house, nothing beats the real thing.

 

Classic Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is not a time to fool with tradition. No mashed potatoes? What were you thinking! What about green beans? Can’t live without them! And no home cook would dream of serving anything but roast turkey. Even a small turkey breast might be considered a breach of family trust, regardless of the size of the family.


 

A Traditional Christmas Feast
Christmas dinner is about tradition and what is more traditional than a juicy standing rib roast and light-as-air Yorkshire pudding? Inspired by the Victorian Christmases of Dickens' times, the meal is designed to please everyone.

 

A Passover Seder for the Family

Set in the spring, the season for new life, Passover celebrates the rebirth of the Jews after their liberation from slavery. The large extended family and friends gather around the table, where through stories, songs, and prayers, they relive the Exodus from Egypt, and experience the universal struggle of all people to be free.


 








 
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