Monthly Archives: November 2011

Tips for Transporting Formal Clothing

By Andrea K. Clark Most of us have been in a situation before that required us to bring some formal clothing along to change into whether we were traveling to a family member’s wedding or taking a luxury cruise. However, if you haven’t been in this situation before, don’t worry…one of these days you will. […]

Unique Invitations for Bridesmaids and Flower Girls

Before you can start “officially” planning your big day and shopping for the decorations, dresses and other important items, you need to get your bridal party on board. Most brides rush right out and ask their friends if they will be one of their bridesmaids, as well as the flower girl. However, why not take […]

Shopping with Kids

By Andrea K. Clark So, did you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday? Did you get out with the millions today to snag any great deals on Black Friday? Black Friday brings out the best and worst in people as it’s the first “official” first day of Christmas shopping. While you most likely […]

Holiday Traveling Safety Precautions

Are you and your family traveling for the Thanksgiving and/or Christmas holidays? If you are, there are a few things that you should do to keep your home and belongings safe while you are away. There are many thieves out there who prey on families who leave for the holidays, which is why you need […]

Winter Accessories for Boys

Just like girls, boys look forward to winter because it not only means that they get to go out and have fun in the snow, but because they also get some new clothes. One mistake many parents make is thinking that little boys aren’t as conscious about their clothing as girls are. While boys may […]

Winter Accessories for Girls

By Andrea K. Clark For many across the country, winter is knocking on the door as some states have already received their first snows for the year! Winter brings a lot of excitement with it as the weather begins to change. Not only do we get to prepare for the holidays, but we also get […]

Thanksgiving and the Kids

For the majority of adults who are planning a Thanksgiving Day meal and expecting a large group of people to join them, things can get a little stressful in the days leading up to “turkey day.” However, if you have children, it’s important that you remember to include them in on the action, even though […]

Tips for Flying with Kids during the Holidays

By Andrea K. Clark For many people, the holidays mean spending time with family and/or friends that they don’t get see very often. In a lot of these cases, people are forced to fly with their children in order to spend time with their loved ones at the holidays. While the time we spend with […]