Here are some great apps to help your kids believe in Santa. From the Portable North Pole that sends videos and phone calls, to Kringl to catch him live in action, your kids will love seeing Santa talk to them personally, and see him in your house!
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 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.
Here’s a list of ideas of the best gifts to get for dad this Christmas. Or at least this dad anyway. Here’s what’s on my Christmas list to give you some hints at what to give the least favorite person on everyone’s list.
Joining a Christmas cookie exchange sounds great at the time, but when it’s the night before you need ideas. Here’s 3 easy cookie exchange ideas to serve up for your favorite Christmas cookie exchange.
When did your kids stop believing in Santa? Something happens around Grade 2. They start to piece it together, but Portable North Pole keeps the magic alive and offers video for the doubters, the believers, and those that are fully in on the spirit of the season.
My family’s favorite way to donate toys at Christmas is via the Calgary Firefighters Toy Association. Drop a toy at a firehall, climb on a firetruck. Give and receive. It’s the best. Here’s what I hope the boys are learning about charity at Christmas.