T-minus 10 school days until my boys are home on Winter Break and honestly, I can’t wait. I know they’ll annoy each other and therefore me too, but there will be plenty of sweet moments in there, too. And I just want my babies home, nowhere we have to be, no homework to do, no projects to complete. I’m nowhere near prepared for Christmas morning, but I’m okay with how quickly the time seems to be passing anyway.
This week, I wanted to share with you some holiday ideas, sweet posts, thoughtful posts, and a laugh, too. Here’s what you may have missed:
While many of these can work with a son or a daughter, this list of 40 Mom and Son Christmas Traditions from Life Without Pink gave me a lot of ideas for celebrating the holidays this year.
Our kids need to know this is true and maybe we need the reminder ourselves: People Are More Important Than Things.
Pinterest is a great place to get ideas, but don’t let it make you feel bad. Read Why I Don’t Feel Inferior to Pinterest Moms.
An autism awareness moment can happen anywhere. This encounter Lisa had at the supermarket hit me: The Cashier at Fairway Market.
Did you shop on Cyber Monday? The Cyber Monday Virgin Report made me giggle.