Category: Family Time

Calling All Pumpkin Lovers!

By Guest Blogger Heather Miller Halloween is quickly approaching and with it comes the beautiful changing leaves and crisp fall air.  It is such a fun time and we know...

Craft Idea: Jersey Knit Bracelets

By Guest Blogger Sandy Harper I love making these bracelets because it takes me back to the summers of my youth. Where I enjoyed the easy pace of the season, spent time...

Wiggle, Giggle, Dance and Sing with Half-Pint Harmonies

By Guest Blogger Audrey Meixner Welcome to Half-Pint Harmonies, a fun, friendly, musically rich environment driven by solid educational goals where the music if fun to...

Day Trip Idea: Chimney Rock State Park

By Rachel Hoeing We’ve had such a great response to our day trip and travel idea blogs this summer! I thought it would be the perfect time to “re-run”...

Get Out and Explore: Tips for Hiking with Kids!

By Katie Moosbrugger Cabin fever is one thing we don’t handle well as a family. As much as we love to explore around our own town, we are always seeking an adventure...

Sometimes, In Summertime

By Kelly Hines My friend once said ‘May is for mothering.’ Between end of school parties and awards and graduations and recitals, May is certainly,...

Forsyth Creek Week: Fun for the Whole Family

Sponsored by Forsyth Creek Week Checking for crawfish, rooting for your entry in the rubber duck regatta, learning how to catch a fish. Forsyth Creek Week, returning...

Reinventing Family Game Time This Winter

By Guest Blogger Suzy Fielders With still a few more weeks of winter left, it’s a great time to beat cabin fever with the family by playing some games. Bored of the...

Volunteering in Schools

By Guest Blogger Suzy Fielders Looking for a way to give back, meet new people and be involved in your child’s life on a new level? Then volunteering in your child’s...

Indoor Activities for Kids this Winter

By Sandy Fielders Harper It’s the start of a new year and the winter season has settled in. Some days are just too cold to have the kids running around outside. So...