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Holiday Traditions from 12 moms (you may want to use some of these ideas!)

Below you will find the favorite holiday traditions of 15 Mommy Perks Partners. You can also pop over to read my post titled “Why are Traditions important?” (This post offers more ideas for family fun) What did these moms have to say? Find out! We look forward to our drive to see all the lights […]

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October 29, 2010

Why are Traditions important?

*This post is a part of the Mommy Perks Gift Guide 2010 collection. Submitted by Shara Lawrence-Weiss (owner of Mommy Perks) Many times, people think of “traditions” (or rituals) as a religious topic. It certainly can be but traditions don’t need to be religiously-based at all. In fact, most of us have traditions of some […]

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October 27, 2010

What Christmas means to me (guest post)

*This post is a part of the Mommy Perks Gift Guide 2010 collection. Submitted by Nicole Elliot I spent the first 19 years of my life in the same house in Rock Springs, Wyoming. Every Christmas we carried out the exact same wonderful traditions. On Christmas Eve we would go to the candlelight service at […]

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October 27, 2010

Christmas Eve in Poland

*This post is a part of the Mommy Perks Gift Guide 2010 collection. Submitted by Leah Derewicz Christmas Eve in Poland On December 22, 2001, my husband and I moved to Warsaw, Poland.  When we landed in the airport I quickly realized that I was no longer “home.”  A foreign country 3 days before Christmas […]

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December 5, 2009

20 Holiday Tips

Holiday Tips (Tweeted on December 4th, 2009 by Shara Lawrence-Weiss) Tip #1: 15 free sites/links to crafts, downloads and more. Have fun with your kids in the midst of the chaos! Tip #2: 10 de-stressing tips for the holidays including a link to valuable holiday depression info. Tip #3: What is important to you and […]

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December 2, 2009

Hickory Farms: Memories & Review

When *Mom Central sent out a note about blogging for Hickory Farms I couldn’t hit “Fill out this form to sign up” fast enough. I grew up eating Hickory Farms items. My family was not wealthy – by any means. Each year at Christmas time my mother would splurge and buy numerous Hickory Farm items […]

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