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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Humbug: Not Nearly as Much Fun as Holiday Magic.

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13 comments:

Melanie said...

I too go all out for most of the holidays. I enjoy the planning and making them special!! I want my children to remember how magical and full of wonder they felt.... and want to pass that on to their own families once they are grown.

Kathy Coots said...

Carrot tops!! How adorable. And you said non-food related,,,, silly !

Tonya Pitts said...

We are MFEO. Love this post.

Susan B. said...

Amen, Amen, Amen! So much mom jealousy out there! I loved reading this post.

Kelly O'Brien said...

I haven't even finished reading it yet and I love it. I don't have kids, I have two nieces and a nephew. I only get to spend Christmas with them and my sister and I make the biggest deal out of all it. AND you know what....all those details make it magical for me too. Keep making it happen, childhood should be magical and special and precious. There is so much fighting to make it something less than that. I can't wait to be a momma, just so I can follow in the pinterest footsteps of all the momma's before me

Clarissa Jimenez said...

Love that post!!!! I also live for making the magic happen! People have told me I am obsessed with my child....whatever. If obsessed means doing everything I can to make her happy, creating memories she will remember forever and pass onto her kids, celebrating the Holidays to put a smile on her face and posting a million pictures of her on FB so be it!

Monster Mom said...

Forget being a parent or being a mom or being a dad. You, madam, are an amazing human being. Rather than lambast each other for celebrating life the way we do, we should take a page. You only get one. Why shouldn't we celebrate the magic of it while we can?

Lauren Fish said...

Love it. You and Tonya Pitts are my aspiration for awesome parenting!

Natalie8 said...

From one annoying mom to another: You go girl! Keep making things magical for your kids, they will thank you later. Childhood is so short. Anybody who hates on people who do these things or thinks it is about competition instead of having fun is just j-e-a-l-o-u-s.

Momma Julie said...

I Love this post Kissy.....

Anonymous said...

You are so right!!! I love this post. One word: LOVE!!!!

Tonya said...

My 9 yr old still believes in Santa and the tooth fairy and fairies in general...even though she has friends that tell her they are not real. She is my last child and only girl....and I want her to remember all these magical holidays....she is special to me therefore I want her life and memories to be special! I want my future grandkids to also have those special memories. I love your post!

Ashley said...

This post made me so, so happy. I cannot wait to have kids and be 'that mom'. I will love it every step of the way.

thank you!

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