Want to take a different approach to Xmas shopping this year? Here’s a story that will either get your heart racing or put your mind at ease.
10 High Impact Elf on The Shelf Ideas for Lazy Mums – if you don’t have time or cant be bothered with elaborate Elf set ups, then these ideas are for you
3 Reasons I’ll be doing the Elf on the Shelf (none of them are because he’ll tell Santa they’ve been naughty!)
3 Reasons for Doing Elf On The Shelf – Elf on the Shelf does not NEED to report naughty behaviour to Santa, create your own Christmas magic traditions.
9 Reasons Why Elf On The Shelf Didn’t Move – you wake up in the morning to the news that the Elf was found in the same spot – don’t panic. Here are some handy excuses
Elf on The Shelf Names – First job after you get your Elf on The Shelf is to give them a name – here is a list of ideas to get you started, happy elf naming
Christmas Eve Box – start the Christmas celebration with a box of surprises for your children. Something to read, something to watch, something to wear and lots more ideas
Christmas On A Budget: Christmas is about joy and bringing the family together, not about spending money. Here are some tips to help you stick to a budget
Over achieving elf on the shelf mummies – these are the amazing planned out elf antics that are scheduled in advance. Rather than the elf quickly thrown in a bowl before you go to bed
Putting Children First at Christmas in Divorced and Separated Families – its not easy but here are some suggestions from a mum who has been there.
Christmas Lights Australia 2015 – A comprehensive list of houses with Christmas light displays throughout Australia – including Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin and Hobart
It’s easy for kids to focus on what Santa is going to leave them under the tree or in their stocking, so how do you teach them that this is the season of giving rather than receiving? We have some great tips to help your kids change their focus and realise that there is so much more to this time of year.
Pregnancy is a bit of a roller coaster normally, and being pregnant on the biggest day of the year just adds to the fun! We’ve got some great tips to help you enjoy yourself, as well as some nifty present ideas we hope you’ll find in your stocking this year.
For those doing Elf on the shelf this year, all Santa’s little Elves will be turning up all the way from the North Pole, what’s your tradition for ‘announcing’ their arrival?
Elf on the Shelf Ideas – Stuck on names for your Elf on the shelf this year? Here’s some suggestions: Elva. It means “little elf”. Kara Elvira?? Kylz Holly or …
Milk and cookies for Santa? Carrots for his reindeer? What do you leave out for Santa on Christmas Eve? Does Santa leave any evidence he has been at your house? We …
See the updated list for Christmas Lights Australia 2015 Want to know where to see Christmas lights without having to drive around hoping you stumble across the good ones? We’ve done the …
Christmas is a great time to get creative when making treats either with or for the kids. And that includes the big kids too! Check out the links for some great ideas.
“I have found, over several years and many family festive seasons, that the best way to get through Christmas is to just accept it for what it is (and for what it is not)”. Here are five tips to help you not only survive, but enjoy one of a parent’s most stressful days of the year.