Category: Holidays

Triad Easter Egg Hunts 2017

By Katie Moosbrugger Easter will be here before we know it, and thanks to several local organizations, you can celebrate with an Easter Egg Hunt as early as this...

Ellen’s Book Nook — February 2017

By Guest Blogger Ellen Bryant Lloyd Win a book of your choice from today’s blog! Details below! From the story of a brave young slave who escaped to freedom on the...

10 Ideas for Valentine’s Day on a Budget

By: Elizabeth Livingston, author of Couponsavingmom.com With Valentine’s day right around the corner, I know many of you will be trying to come up with some ways to...

Events To Celebrate The Holidays & The New Year: Dec. 26 – Jan. 1, 2017

By Rachel Hoeing Holiday events are still going strong and this week we add events to celebrate the New Year!  We have been highlighting special holiday events...

Our Special Holiday Gifts

By Katie Moosbrugger Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah!  May your hearts and homes be filled with the joy and magic of the holiday season. As you enjoy precious time...

Ways to Remember and Honor Loved Ones Who Passed Away

By Anne Powers We ran this post on TMoM a few years ago, and Anne’s ideas are still wonderful reminders today. For those of you who will be remembering loved ones...

O (Splendid) Christmas Tree

By Guest Blogger Kelly Hines, author of the blog Southern Fried Children I blame it on the tree. Of course, I caved. When the artificial tree that had been trucking...

Cooking with Kids for Christmas

By Guest Bloggers Kristi Marion & Emily Dodson Many thanks to our friends at Forsyth Family magazine for sharing these fun holiday recipes with us. We hope...

A Little Bit of Light in the Darkness

By Guest Blogger Hillary Zaken “Once upon a time, there was a mythical man named Jewa Claus. Jewa Claus helped the Jewish children celebrate Hanukkah by bringing light...

Yep! My Kids Believe in Santa!

By Guest Blogger Laura Simon The kids and I were out and about on Saturday, returning some (almost) overdue books to the library, and we drove past Santa on the side of...