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Now that August is here, the summer heat is starting to take its toll and your kids may be looking for ways to take a break from the sun. Luckily we just saw this photo (at left) on Pinterest and have great way for you and your family to beat the heat - by having your own "Drive-In Movie" inside your home! The "Not Just a Housewife" blog came up with the awesome idea to turn cardboard boxes into cars and place them in front of the TV so the kids feel like they're actually at a drive-in movie theater! It's a great way to get the kids' "creative juices" flowing all while escaping the summer sun and spending quality family time together! As you can see from the blog post, all you have to do is take a cardboard box and have the kids decorate it to look like any type of car they'd like! The blog post suggests covering the boxes with colored or patterned duct tape so that the cardboard becomes more durable and lasts for more than one movie, but if you don't have any colored duct tape on hand, feel free to just let the kids use crayons or markers to decorate the boxes with their own artwork. Don't forget to attach paper plates for the car's wheels for an extra cool effect!
The school year is coming to an end and now is the perfect time to pick out something special for your children's teachers to show them how much you appreciated their hard work this past year. No matter what your budget may be,'s Personalized Teacher Gifts Store is sure to have the perfect teacher gifts for the teachers in your life no matter what age they teach. We have designs tailor made for kindergarten teachers all the way up to college professors - after all, teachers at all levels deserve to be shown appreciation!

sibling loveAs soon as we saw this adorable photo on Pinterest we knew that we had to share it with all of you who are welcoming new spring babies into your life!

We loved the "Sibling for sale" photo shoot idea - what a cute way to include the other kids in the baby announcements that you'll be sending out to all of your family and friends! Even though the photo is staged, we know that it's not always easy for older siblings when a new baby comes along. It's easy to see why an older sibling would be upset over getting a new little brother or sister - suddenly all of the attention that was on them is now shifted over to the new family member. Not anymore! We're excited to share a couple of tips that will help prevent your children from feeling left out when the new baby comes and instead get them excited about becoming a big brother or sister!
While bunnies are usually the first animal you think of when it comes to Easter - we're here to make an argument for adorable little chicks and duckings! You can only eat hard-boiled eggs for so long, which is why these Easter Chick Cupcakes are the perfect sweet to have prepared for your Easter celebration. Desserts don't get much cuter than these little treats! If you click the link you'll be directed to the Bird On A Cake Blog where you'll find the recipe for these Easter treats. The cupcakes would make a great Easter Basket stuffer or you could even display them on a pretty platter and use them as a centerpiece for your Easter brunch. Make it a family affair and have your little ones help you prepare and decorate the cupcakes for a nice break from hunting down all those Easter Eggs!

smoresIt's almost time to shake your shamrocks! St. Patrick's Day is coming up and whether you're Irish or not, you and your kids will love our ideas for how to celebrate this fun holiday!

Since St. Patrick's Day is on a Sunday this year, we thought it would be fun to spend the day together making festive treats for your kids to bring in to school the next day. We think these Leprechaun Hat S'mores that we saw on Pinterest are the perfect dessert to help you and your family celebrate the holiday (click the link to be directed to the Hostess With The Mostess Blog for the recipe). We love how they're whimsical and bite-sized - perfect for the kiddies. And since they're so easy to make, you can turn it into a family project that even the little ones can help with. There's nothing like spending quality time together with your family on a holiday ... especially when the outcome includes delicious desserts!

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