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A Quick And Easy Easter Bunny Cake

March 27th, 2015

If you've been charged with making dessert for your Easter celebration, why not step out of the box and impress your friends and family with something truly spectacular? Create a fun and festive Easter bunny cake that will really wow them. While crafting an authentic-looking bunny-shaped confection might have you looking up numbers to the nearest bakery, it's actually...

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5 Easter Games To Entertain Your Family

March 27th, 2015

Easter may be one of the most fun holidays to spend with your family. There's the traditional Easter egg coloring, the mouth-watering food and of course, the sacred egg hunt. Make this year extra special by planning some Easter games that are fun for everyone. Here are five ideas. 1. Egg cascarones Children love pinatas, painting Easter eggs and other hands-on Easter...

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Top 4 Classic April Fool's Jokes

March 27th, 2015

A few years ago, employees of LG Ultra HD TV played the ultimate prank on a handful of people who thought they were arriving at a normal job interview. The company installed its then-new televisions over the windows to make it seem like what was happening on the screen was in fact, the world outside. Minutes into the interview, a giant meteor crashed to earth, leaving the...

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Child Activity Ideas That Are Perfect For Spring Break

March 19th, 2015

Spring break is upon us, and for many parents, ensuring that their kids aren't spending the majority of their time in front of the TV or video game console is a major consideration. As a parent, it's your job to provide alternatives for your kids to help them stay active and enjoy new experiences, and there are a wealth of activities out there that can create...

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Are You Ready For Severe Weather?

March 13th, 2015

During the summer, warm temperatures make it irresistible to spend time outside. However, the season can bring a slew of severe weather concerns ranging from hail to lightning. Even if you don't live in a portion of the country that experiences extreme weather during the summer, you may still find yourself caught in a downpour.Worse, you might be trapped in a situation where...

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Don't Forget Essentials - And Some Extras - When You Take Off For The Pool

March 13th, 2015

You know how important it is to wear sunscreen and you carry around a water bottle wherever you go. So if you're going to spend an afternoon poolside, you're all set, right? Actually, you've hardly touched the surface.Think of an afternoon at the pool as a mini version of a trip to the beach. You make nothing of dragging a large cooler and every beach accessory...

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Cheap And Easy Summer Activities For The Family

March 13th, 2015

Your kids are almost out of school for the summer, which means they'll have a lot more free time to fill up with beach trips and play dates. After a while, your usual go-to activities could become repetitive and boring. If you are looking for ways to change up your family's usual routine, there are ways to mix it up without spending more money. Try out some of these...

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Great Kid's Crafts For Father's Day

March 13th, 2015

Father's Day is just around the corner, and it is time to start planning.This is a great time to be creative and get crafty with the kids. You'll end up with a great present for Dad and a fun way to keep your kids entertained. There is no better gift than those that come from the heart. While a new tie or belt is a great present for any father, a...

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Special Parade Planning Tips To Consider For The Disabled

March 13th, 2015

If you're going to a parade with someone with physical disabilities, it's a good idea to plan ahead so you have a hassle-free day that everyone can enjoy. Here are a few considerations that you should think about before the procession. Scope out good locations If you're with someone who's in a wheelchair, there may be certain spots that'll be advantageous for...

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History Of Mother's Day

March 13th, 2015

Every spring, people all over America come together to celebrate their mothers. This tradition wasn't started all at once though - it took the work of three different women to have the holiday officially instated in 1914. Ann Reeves Jarvis The first Mother's Day wasn't so much about appreciating one's mother as it was focused on making living conditions more sanitary. Life...

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