Kids look forward to certain Hanukkah traditions -- spinning the dreidel, making latkes, lighting the menorah, and exchanging gifts. Here are some ideas for making your Hanukkah special, including new traditions you'll want to try.
Amid all the hustle and bustle of the holidays, how can we slow down and make this time meaningful? Our readers share their best strategies for creating unforgettable moments, from simple time-savers to heartwarming Christmas traditions they look forward to all year long.
Whether your child is proudly entering kindergarten or a seasoned school vet with a couple of years under her tiny belt, celebrate the first day school by adding one of these fun traditions to her routine. We give them an A+!
All the baking, buying, and burning the midnight oil can make the holiday season feel frenzied. To make this season more meaningful--not to mention serene--slow down and refocus on what makes this time of year so special: family, service, and spirituality.