In between juggling work and home responsibilities and running daily errands to pick up kids from after school activities or get the grocery shopping done, it’s easy to overlook showing your appreciation for family members, friends, and other loved ones. While greeting cards can sometimes express the right sentiments, it’s often the unexpected gifts that are truly cherished. One such option is a food gift basket. Here are some of the best reasons to give this beautifully delicious gift to someone special.
1. Birthdays and Anniversaries
Go beyond sending loved ones cards for an upcoming birthday or anniversary and personalize your gift even more with a food basket, which also happens to be a gift that can keep on giving beyond the recipient’s special day. A basket of edible goodies can also be a perfect way to make up for unintentionally forgetting a birthday or anniversary. Read this article »
If your child has a summer birthday, why not host the event outdoors? It’s the perfect time to put away the video games and enjoy some traditional fun with family and friends. The following games are ideal for party guests of all ages.
Water Balloon Toss
While the goal is to keep the balloon from breaking, this event is a great way to cool off on hot days. You can even add a little twist to this classic game by using a towel or small laundry basket to catch the balloons. This method may be better for younger children or older adults who don’t appreciate being fully drenched by an incoming balloon. Read this article »
Some may say that homeschooling will give us more time for other things to do. On the contrary, for some reason, our schedule is almost always full that we find ourselves not having enough time for extra-curricular activities even if our homeschooling schedule is not so rigid to begin with.
So we haven’t really formally re-enrolled our son to a music class. With so many considerations to factor in, we just were not able to place that on the upper rank of the priority list.
It has been a while since my husband stood as Teacher Papa to our homeschooler. That will change very soon as he steps up to schedule regular guitar lesson sessions with our very dear student. Instead of enrolling him in a music school, personally training and teaching our son will not just deem practical for our pockets but will also be rewarding as this could also mean a regular father and son bonding time for them.