Christmas makes me feel like a kid again. It has to. How can it not? On this throwback thursday a look back at my second love of Christmas .. so far.
The Elf on the Shelf is terrible. If you really want to have fun with your Elf, it needs surgery. Here are some simple Elf on the Shelf hacks so it can pose, stand, hold things, and perform all sorts of genius tricks your kids will love.
A great holiday tradition is to give baking as a gift. A tray of cookies, a lemon loaf, some cupcakes. The PC Baker's Gift Loaf Pan is the best way to bake and give someone your special sweets this season.
Our favorite place for pictures with Santa in Calgary is at Chinook Centre. Here's a directory of malls and Santa hours for Calgary so you can get a picture with Santa
Christmas morning breakfast can be just as special as your Christmas feast with these easy ideas for fancing crescents, and a french toast bake.
Who do you tip at Christmas? Everyone, it seems. But there is particular angst over tipping teachers at Christmas. Why? Giving a Christmas gift to teachers isn't a decision you should struggle with, it should be a no brainer.
There are many Chex Mix recipes out there. You can go sweet, or savoury, or spicy, but there's only one original Chex Mix recipe your mom used to make. This is it.
Here's an open letter to Elf on the Shelf haters. Yes, people take it too far, but this can still be a simple pleasure of the season, if you dial it back.
Elf on the Shelf season has arrived at our house. We put the tree up, and he arrived as promised. Seeing the smiling magical faces this morning makes it the best season of the year.
There are many ways to make a christmas wish list. We email letters to Santa, cut favorite things out, and share ideas on social media. Here's how the Mattel Holiday website plays in to the season and helps you find the best deal.