Category: Holidays

Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, cornbread, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie! Sometimes it is easy to get distracted by all the delicious Thanksgiving food and forget about what the holiday is all about. Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful about what we have. Encourage your children to be thankful by making this adorable turkey thankful […]

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The day we’ve all been waiting for is finally here! Happy Halloween! Today’s festivities will consist of costumes, parties and haunted houses. As much fun as Halloween festivities can be, you can still enjoy the thrill of the holiday at home with some great spooky films. While your children are out at their friends, put […]

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Do you love pumpkins but you hate the mess of scooping out all of that gunk? No need to worry, there are some great alternatives to carving pumpkins that will add more color to your Halloween décor. The following crafts can be done using real or decorative pumpkins. Crayon Melting – This craft has been […]

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Is your home ready for your Halloween party? Be sure that each room of your house is prepared for some extra guests that will be in your home this Halloween. Bathroom – More people in your home means more visits to the bathroom. Be prepared and pick up some extra toilet paper rolls. Remember to […]

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Looking for some recipes for your children this Halloween? This deadly delicious treat will keep your children cheering for mummies all night. Mummy Hot Dogs Ingredients 1 can crescent roll dough 2 American cheese slices 8 hotdogs 16 candy eyes Directions Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit After you open the crescent roll can, leave […]

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With only five days left until Halloween, you might find yourself running out of time to decorate your home. No need to run to the store to buy overpriced decorations, there are items around your house you can use to make your own easy and unique Halloween decorations. Tomato Cage Ghosts – If your home […]

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Every child looks forward to the one night a year where they get to dress up and collect as much free candy as they possibly can. Parents do everything they can to ensure the safety of their children while trick or treating but there are also safety measures that residents can take to make their […]

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Most people think about preparing a turkey for Thanksgiving, but if you are hosting the holiday this year, it’s a good idea to get your plumbing ready, too. One of the busiest days of the year for plumbers is actually the day after Thanksgiving. After a day full of cooking and disposing of food in […]

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Flag Day History and Holiday Special Before Father’s Day this weekend, you can celebrate the American flag’s “birthday.” Unlike the Fourth of July or Memorial Day, Flag Day isn’t as widely recognized as a holiday in which banks and businesses close, fireworks go off, and people celebrate or commemorate. The day observes the nation’s adoption […]

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Having a happy holiday might also mean having a happy home. The holidays can be hard on your home’s plumbing between making food and having guests over, even if just for dinner. Before it’s time for friends and family to arrive and to start cooking a large feast, follow these plumbing tips for a happier […]

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