In this day and age of, ‘give me, give me, give me’ and ‘want, want, want’ it’s becoming all the more important to encourage our kids giving back at Christmas …
Get your Elf on the Shelf moving this Christmas season with some ideas that will have your children loving the magic of Christmas. We don’t just have the biggest list, …
We have found the cheapest elf on the shelf in Australia. Your kids will love the cheeky little elf causing trouble around the house this Christmas
5 Teacher Gift Ideas from $5 to $50 that teachers actually want. We went to the teachers themselves and we have what they want and don’t want in a range of budgets
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.
Community question: I’m wondering how many Christmas presents everyone buys their kids – is it always the same or does the number differ?
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.
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 …
“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.
Q&A: Tips for avoiding the meltdown during Santa photos? Or tips on warming them up to the idea to try and get a ‘happy’ shot? Dd LOVES Santa & Christmas but when she sees him in person, not so much lol. I haven’t been all that lucky with Santa photos over the years so any tips are welcome!
I need some ideas for Christmas gifts for children’s friends at playgroup, for around $15 (all of the kids are between 17 – 19 months old).
Q&A: How does Santa bring presents to your little ones? Do you have a Santa Sack? Who are the presents from? Do you leave food for Santa and the Reindeer?