These New Year’s Eve Countdown Bags have become one of our favorite holiday traditions! My kids don’t have any trouble staying up until midnight but they do get bored and need activities to keep them entertained (and not on electronics). These bags are so easy to put together and use small, stocking stuffer type goodies. I have almost as fun making these as the kids do opening them! How to
New Year’s Eve has become one of my favorite holidays! Now that we have kids, it’s all about having family fun and less about debauchery and huge parties. Cabi asked me to put together a look for a New Year’s Eve night out. So I decided to share how I would wear their pieces for a night on the town for grown up fun AND how I would make it
Our kids LOVE New Year’s Eve! We stay in, make dinner and try to keep the kids busy so they don’t fall asleep before midnight. These printable photo booth props for New Year’s Eve are a cool way to make fun memories. Not only can they kill time by doing a little photo shoot, they can also customize these photo props! Boom. I’m graphically challenged, so I had my friend Jenny
This post is brought to you in partnership with Netflix. All opinions are my own. I’m part of their #StreamTeam and it’s awesome. My kids love Christmas, of course. But they LOVE New Year’s Eve. As they’ve gotten older, my husband and I have been enjoying spending New Year’s Eve with them too. Getting to stay up and “rage” until midnight is one of the coolest things ever to them.
With all the family gatherings that are bound to happen this holiday season I thought I would share with you one of my favorite appetizer recipes. This Cheese Ball recipe is super easy to make, transport and shovel in your mouth hole. I didn’t invent this recipe. I’ve looked at the internet and seen this and variations of this all over the place. But this is the one that I