Celebrating Baby's First Christmas

Celebrating Baby’s First Christmas

| December 9, 2010 | 2 Comments

Well, you’ve made it to the holiday season with an infant! Give yourself a pat on the back, or even a night out! The holidays are fast approaching. With all of the added stresses of the season, the last thing you need is to add more stress over baby’s first Christmas.  Being a new mom […]

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5 Tips for Surviving the Holidays with your In-Laws

| December 7, 2010 | 1 Comment

After finishing what I believed to be a pretty successful Thanksgiving meal, my mother-in-law ventured into my living room where she stumbled across a chair and flung her full glass of red wine across the room. The victims included the side of the couch, a coffee table, our recliner and of course our now tie-dyed […]

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Christmas Trees- Out with the Green and in with the Pink, White, Blue, & Black

Christmas Trees- Out with the Green and in with the Pink, White, Blue, & Black

| December 6, 2010 | 0 Comments

It may (or may not) sound crazy but Christmas trees aren’t limited to the traditional dark green anymore.  While there hasn’t been a tree farmer yet that can grow vibrantly colored trees, the artificial tree industry certainly has begun supplying them.  If you walk through a retail store this time of year you are sure […]

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Gift Cards at the Holidays

Gift Cards at the Holidays

| December 3, 2010 | 0 Comments

Gift cards are the subject of great debate during the Holidays.  While they seem to be growing in popularity more and more each year, some people still aren’t on board for buying them. Here are a few arguments for each side. Pros for giving gift cards at the holidays: 1. They hold their value (for the […]

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