There’s nothing like a rainy or snowy day with a house full of kids to make you wish for a bit of peace and quiet. Still, with fun games and ideas like these, you’ll have so much family fun, you won’t miss your quiet time.
Have you heard of anyone, kid or adult, who didn’t like Disney/Pixar’s newest blockbuster film, Coco? Not likely. And if your daughter goes one step further than “liking” into full-on “loving” mode, then you’ll give her an extra special birthday party by following our tips and tricks for a Coco themed party.
If you have any other festive holiday parties coming up, most of the tips will work for any themed occasion—especially for a Day of the Dead party, which is the basis for the film’s story. Plus, since many little girls’ parties this year might go with more traditionally “girly” themes, you’ll score points for originality and creativity.
Admittedly, those bright little conversation heart candies are definitely cute. And everyone loves to get free chocolate. But how much hardened sugar with food coloring can a kid eat? Well…even if they can eat a lot, you don’t want to contribute to the school-wide afternoon sugar crash, do you? Teachers will thank you for your creativity if you follow our tips for non-candy Valentine’s Day gift ideas your daughter can share at school.