There are many people out there who are shop early for Christmas. I’ve evern heard that some people shop year round and have a present closet where they store gifts as they get them. Others start a few months out and have a goal of being done by December 1. Although I am a planner and […]
Lost Art Maybe it’s because I’m from the South, or maybe it was because my mom always insisted we do it growing up, or maybe it’s because I’m an introvert … but I love writing thank you notes. I noted that I’m an introvert here because I often communicate better through the written word. I […]
Whether your kids are already literature nuts, or they just enjoy a good comic book, this collection of children’s gifts are designed to bring the world of William Shakespeare to colorful life for elementary aged students. Styled to be content-appropriate for younger readers and featuring beautiful artwork, these historically accurate renditions of the collections of […]
I’m sure most of us could find a few items in our homes that haven’t been touched since December 26, 2016. Or toys that haven’t been played with since they were unwrapped on Christmas Day. Or, even worse, toys still in the box and never touched at all. Christmas is around the corner, and the […]
Does anyone else find yourself drowning in toys? Please tell me I’m not the only one! I’m convinced that my children have every toy that has ever been made in the history of all toy making. Though we love to spoil our kids and are fortunate to be blessed with parents who love to spoil our […]
Items for giveaways were given in exchange for a business appearing in this Holiday Guide.
Disclaimer:: We have partnered with Jim Sasse Art and a portrait was given in the writing of this post. Recently, I had the great pleasure of having a portrait illustration done of my 3 year old son, Joshua. My husband’s uncle, Jim Sasse, is an amazing artist and so we were beyond thrilled that he offered […]