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Tagged With: family activities

Around the World, In Your Own Backyard

I’ve always loved to travel and dreamed of seeing the world. While my passport has a few stamps, it’s unlikely I’ll ever get to visit all the exotic destinations I long to see. Fortunately, there’s an annual event in Washington, D.C. which will allow me to travel around the globe virtually — and it begins … Continue reading »

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Sharing the Thanksgiving Apron

weeAdventure welcomes guest blogger Susie Breaux McShea. I am grateful for the years that we host Thanksgiving Dinner at our home. Devoting the better part of a day (or two) to preparing one fabulous meal is a luxury I rarely have and truly enjoy. It’s also a great opportunity to get kids involved in cooking … Continue reading »

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A Cornucopia Tradition

weeAdventure welcomes guest blogger Susie Breaux McShea. When they were very little, my kids took a simple food/craft that my oldest son had learned in preschool and made it their own Thanksgiving tradition. Each year, they make “cornucopias” by filling ice cream cones with fruit snacks. It’s a great activity for Thanksgiving mornings to keep … Continue reading »

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Challenge: Slap, Stack, Bake

weeAdventure welcomes guest blogger Lorraine Bonzelet. Sports fans have settled into the couch cushions, wrapped in blankets to secure their positions and remote control in hand.  They’ve started talking back at the sports announcers, cheering on their favorite players and yelling colorful words at those less favorable.  With all the energy that the athletes are putting … Continue reading »

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Carve Out Time for Pumpkins

When I was a kid, picking out a pumpkin wasn’t a big deal. Mom brought one home from the local produce stand and we’d dutifully carve it. There would be only one, so my brother and I would negotiate each detail: Triangle eyes? Crookedy or chicklet teeth? and, finally, what kind of nose would round things … Continue reading »

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