What's the craziest thing you've ever gotten for Mother's Day? From a shiny new rock collection to a caged bird that brings happiness, moms share the funniest — yet sweetest — gifts they've ever gotten from their kids. Click through to read some amazing Mother's Day stories that will leave you rethinking what a great gift is really like.
Cinco de Mayo is almost here! Plan your kid-friendly menu now with these yummy, Mexican-inspired recipes. From easy beef enchiladas to crockpot chicken tacos, these dishes are perfect for a family Cinco de Mayo celebration.
Easter is this weekend, and we're rounding up all of our best ideas to make this your kids' favorite holiday ever. From printables and cute crafts to awesome gifts and, of course, lots of cupcakes, cake pops, and cookies, these (150-plus!) Easter ideas are guaranteed to spark your creativity and inspire you to make this Easter a "hoppy" one!
Easter may be right around the corner, but it's not too late to give your holiday a stylish spin — with minimal effort. Some of the most talented design and party bloggers on the web have created gorgeous printables and downloads in pastel palettes, and they're all yours for the taking. From cards and gift tags to party favors and cupcake toppers, we've rounded up 18 of our very favorite Easter accents . . . all you have to do is click "print," and put them to good use!
If you haven't already discovered the cuteness that is Bird's Party, an awesome party site and supply shop, now's the time! Bird, a mom of two, a graphic designer, and the site's founder, has just introduced the most adorable Easter printable collection, guaranteed to please all the little bunnies in your house. The Easter party she threw to introduce the new printables also included some awesome DIY projects, including plush potted paper flowers and beautiful tissue-paper flower pomanders, which would look equally amazing at a baby shower or birthday party. Keep clicking for all the details, and get ready to be inspired to create your own adorable Easter party!
Passover may be all about doing without, but convincing lil ones to forgo their favorite standby meals won't fly in most households. After Monday's first seder, removing leavened bread from a tot's diet doesn't have to be a recipe for disaster. We've rounded up some kid-friendly recipes that remove the holiday's forbidden ingredients but will still bring kids to the table at mealtime.
Once all the colorful plastic Easter eggs are found and opened, what do you do with them? If you're not keen on keeping them in storage till next year, check out these 12 fantastic ideas from Circle of Moms Facebook members on ways to reuse plastic Easter eggs — from teacups and cupcakes for pretend play to a bird feeder you and your child can create together. Click through to see them all!
Time to clean out the kitchen and stock up on matzah — Passover is just a week away! Though the holiday is one of remembrance, no one said you can't have a little fun leading up to the first Seder. Check out 13 fun finds that will put tots of all ages in a Passover mood!
Passover desserts have a bad reputation — they're known to taste a bit like cardboard. Since there are few people at the Seder table who care as much about dessert as the kids, we're looking beyond the canned coconut macaroon for tasty sweets that everyone can enjoy after a long meal. From ganache cookies and matzo s'mores to strawberry bars and a chocolate toffee matzo, we've rounded up our favorite kid-friendly Passover desserts that will have you rethinking the whole genre.