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Pizza Night Movie Night :: How a Tradition was Born

I love traditions. Baking shortbread cookies and watching A Charlie Brown Christmas; cooking my special whiskey-glazed sweet potatoes and sharing our blessings at Thanksgiving; attending morning Mass on Easter, followed by a festive brunch and an egg hunt. So many of our traditions revolve around events or special days, but they can even be something […]

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Welcome to Houston, Y’all!

Moving to Houston from a different state or country can be daunting for many reasons. You wonder how your kids will adjust to their new school, how you or your partner will settle into a new job, and which grocery store is closest. What you may not expect to question are the words to the […]

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5 Toddler-Friendly Holiday Traditions

Hurricane Harvey floods may have caused us to tweak a few of our traditions, but a bit of holiday spirit and creativity can fix any situation. Here are 5 holiday traditions I’ve started that are toddler-friendly that we can enjoy for years to come.  1} Decorate your home & tree. The first Christmas I had with […]

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Chanukah Has Tradition & Celebration … But It’s Not “Jewish Christmas”

Sundown December 12th marks the beginning of Eight Crazy Nights or as we call it, Chanukah.  For those who might not know, Chanukah is a Jewish holiday in which we remember when the Macabees fought against persecution from the Greeks, and after the battle was over, the Jewish people had to rebuild the second temple. The Jewish people discovered […]

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