Make the most of the holidays ahead with our great ideas for crafts to make with your kids, recipes for entertaining, fun ways to decorate, and much, much more. Use our toy guides to find the best gifts for every kid on your list. Learn creative new ways to make Valentine's Day crafts or decorate eggs for Easter. Browse our collection of homemade Halloween costumes. Get mom-tested and kid-approved recipes for Thanksgiving. You can also learn the history and traditions of the holidays you celebrate, including rituals from all around the world. So save your sanity and read our suggestions for avoiding holiday chaos, (Yes, it can be done!) and don't forget to check out our community posts for friendly advice from fellow moms.
Your little one will fall in love with these sweet Valentine's Day projects.
Delicious ways to show your children how much you love them this Valentine's Day.
Even tiny hands can make these adorable Halloween decorations--with supervision from Mom or Dad, of course.
These frightfully creative jack-o'-lanterns are so easy to make it's scary.
What better day to tell family and friends you're expecting than on a holiday that's all about love? These 15 moms have inspiring cupid-approved ideas for making a pregnancy announcement with heart.
Want a Halloween house worthy of ghosts and ghouls? Decorate with these spooktacular crafts.
Your baby's gone from a little bean to a crawling, smiling, laughing in toddler in the last year. We've got the 12 presents that experts tell us are developmentally right for your child and cool for parents as well.
Heartwarming projects your child can share with friends and family.
Terrible? We call the twos terrific. Here, the toys that will keep her busy -- and that experts say will boost her brainpower too.
Sweeter than a box of chocolates, a Valentine's Day-inspired baby name can put love in the air year round.
Your 3-year-old is a complex person now, with thoughts, interests, and greater control of her body. She's also got a longer attention span, so she can focus on make-believe, games, craft projects, and more. Here, 13 great gifts for 3-year-olds that experts -- and kids -- love.
Have you ever wondered why people gift fruitcakes at Christmas and chow down on turkey at Thanksgiving? We did some digging to find out why we eat certain foods on specific days of the year.
Directions for decorating a cupcake to look like it's a house that's fallen on a witch.
Kids can cut their own stencils from contact paper to make these pretty, painted pumpkin crafts.
Craft a pair of lovely specs for your kiddo this Valentine's Day.
Kids love any reason to have a party, so why not celebrate some of the world's major holidays this year? You'll teach your child about different cultures and maybe pick up a few new family traditions.
Directions for making a cute owl snack that's made from crackers, cream cheese, almonds, and raisins.
Show your affection this Valentine's Day with these creative, heartfelt recipes. From breakfast to lunch, and dinner to dessert, every meal on February 14 is a chance to show your kids how much you love them.
Help your child make her own Valentine's Day cards this year! We make it easy with click and print coloring pages.
Halloween can be stressful for kids with sensory issues, but following this advice can help keep the holiday fun for everyone.
Turn paper hearts into adorable animal valentines that the kids can make.
Celebrate the luck of the Irish with one of these sweet projects.