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Resources & Tips2019-02-23T23:22:30+00:00

69 Party Theme Ideas

Do You Have Difficulty Coming Up With Party Theme Ideas?  Struggle No More!

Choose from this list for your next party!

  1. Get Crafty
  2. Mexican Fiesta
  3. Princess Party
  4. Champagne and Dessert Party
  5. Back to College Party
  6. Back to School Party
  7. Yoga Party
  8. Picnic Dinner Party
  9. Tailgating Party
  10. Secret Santa Party
  11. Game Night
  12. Bingo Night
  13. Come As You Are
  14. Karaoke Party
  15. Cinco de Mayo
  16. Wine and Cheese
  17. Make Your Best Dish Potluck
  18. Trivia Night
  19. Cookie Making Bash
  20. Pasta Party
  21. Fall Harvest Dinner or Potluck
  22. Dessert Party
  23. A Cocktail Party
  24. Oscars Party
  25. Winter Wonderland
  26. Summer’s Here
  27. Spring Is Near
  28. Spring Is Here
  29. Truth or Dare
  30. Backyard Beer Bash
  31. Doughnuts and Milk
  32. Cookies and Milk
  33. Cookies and Punch
  34. Ice Cream Party
  35. Coffee and Greet
  36. PJ’s party
  37. Here Comes the Bride
  38. Baby Shower
  39. Socialite Party
  40. Disco Days
  41. Backyard Barbeque
  42. Movie Night
  43. Party Like a Rock Star
  44. Holiday Shopping Party
  45. All Moved In
  46. Mystery Host
  47. Couples Night In
  48. Just Beachin’
  49. Mom’s Day Out
  50. Ugly Sweater Party
  51. Take 5
  52. Take 30
  53. Recipe Exchange
  54. Ornament Party
  55. Throwback Party
  56. Picnic In The Park
  57. Be My Valentine
  58. The Award Goes To
  59. Jammies Anyone
  60. Sports Event
  61. Wacky Hair
  62. Graduation Celebration
  63. Black or White Party
  64. Promotion Party
  65. Farewell Friend
  66. ABC Party
  67. Playdate Party
  68. Ready To Go
  69. Let’s Party

25 Reasons To Host A Virtual Or An Online Facebook Party

  1. No cleaning required
  2. No need to wear a bra
  3. You will be on Facebook anyway
  4. No cooking is necessary
  5. No shower and dress-up needed
  6. You can pop in and out of the party
  7. You can wear your snuggle without shame
  8. It costs you absolutely nothing to attend or travel
  9. You do not need a sitter
  10. You can shop without going out of your house
  11. You get to catch up with old friends
  12. There are no excuses for weather conditions
  13. It’s fun
  14. No need to do anything to your hair
  15. No cleanup afterwards
  16. It is convenient for everyone
  17. Friends and family out of state can attend
  18. It doesn’t matter that your kids are screaming in the background
  19. Typically happens within 30 minutes or less
  20. You have chances to win FREE stuff
  21. You can start buying gifts early
  22. You don’t have to worry about cancellations if you are the host
  23. You have several days to shop
  24. Why would’t you try it
  25. All the cool girls are doing it

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3 tips to get the kids to clean their rooms!

If you are a parent, you surely are familiar with the endless excuses your children come up with when it’s time to clean their room.  From “I will do it in a minute.” to “I’ll do it tomorrow.” or “I’m too tired,” we’ve heard them all!”  After all, we’re parents ourselves.  There are a few tricks that can help make room cleaning a bit easier.  Here 3 parent-tested tips for helping your kids actually want to clean their rooms!  

  1.  Set clear, realistic expectations                                                                                                                                                      One of the best ways to help your child be enthusiastic about cleaning his/her room is to set clear and realistic expectations.  What I mean is, set an age-appropriate end goal that helps them recognize when the room is “clean.”                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  For a four-year-old, for example, a clean room might be clothes picked up off the floor and in the clothes basket, toys back in the toy box, and the bed linings straighten up.  An nine-year-old, one the other hand, would have more responsibilities than the four-year-old, fully making the bed, bringing the dirty clothes to the laundry room, and vacuuming the room.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Whatever your expectations are, share them with your child!  It can sometimes be helpful to give them a chores list of what they need to do.  If your child hasn’t learned to read yet, you can use pictures.
  2. Give your children some ownership of their space                                                                                                                                                                                  As we all know, children love to make their own decisions, whether that is choosing what to game to play, what to eat, what to wear, or what book to read.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                The same idea extends to their rooms.  Giving them choices also gives them some sense of ownership and this will encourage them to want to keep their space clean and tidy.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  One way to give them a sense of ownership and pride is to give them their own, personalized products!  Mini Storage ins, Your Way Cubes and Our Littles Carry-All Caddies are all perfect for storing toys, clothes, odds and ends that can create clutter in your child’s room.
  3. Set a good example                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Our children learn from what we do, not what we say.  We are all crunched for time, so sometimes it is a lot easier to say, “Clean your room!” and leave it at that than to actually go in and do the work with our child.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              But sometimes, that is just what it takes.  If you child is really resisting, it can be helpful to get down on the floor and lend a hand.  Doing the work together sets the example for your family.  Doing the work together sets a wonderful example for how families help each other – and it can even turn into an opportunity to spend quality time talking and bonding with your little one.  Remember, they learn from us!
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