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20 April Fool's Day Pranks You Can Do at Home!

April Fool’s Day is right around the corner! Every year, I start out with good intentions but then I get busy and don’t have time to concoct some elaborate plan of trickery. So, here are some quick, easy and most importantly, kid-friendly ideas for celebrating April Fool’s Day at your house during self-isolation. Want to […]

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Movie Review: Fairy Tales Come True in Pixar's Onward

Unicorns are dirty pests that get into trash. Elves live in suburban homes with toasters and TVs. Cops are minotaurs and cyclops. A Manticore runs a family restaurant. Pixies rob convenience stores. Magic? It is nowhere to be found.  Onward opens in a realm that has forgotten its wild and magical roots. Technology, invention, and […]

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What's your family's love language?

My husband Jamie and I are different. Sure, in many ways we think alike, have the same interests and similar methodology with raising our children. But we go about life very differently. He is low-key. Methodical. Wise. I am not. One of the areas in which we are most different is how we need to […]

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A Valentine's Day to Forget!

During my single years, the road was rocky as I attempted to find a man who would one day be legally required to be my Valentine. Some people call it marriage. My most memorable S.A.D. (Single Awareness Day) was my junior year of college. I had been casually dating a guy for a month. When […]

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Confessions of a non-skier in Colorado

I have a confession to make: I hate skiing.  There. I said it. I’ve lived in Colorado for over 13 years, and I am not a skier. *gasp* Do people like me actually exist? Yes. Yes, we do. Don’t get me wrong.  I love the ski resorts!  There is so much to do at our […]

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Making Lunch (Out of Nothing at All)

Dear kids, I thought I had groceries and it turns out I didn’t. I am sorry for this sad excuse of a lunch. Love, Every parent (at least once). We’re halfway through the year and the lunch struggle is real. That’s why we love the Holderness family new parody of the popular song from Air […]

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The Best Christmas Ever: A Hilarous Parody by Matt Damon

No one parodies the life of a parent quite like “Saturday Night Live.” Add guest host Matt Damon to the mix and you have holiday magic.  Matt Damon joined forces with “SNL” cast member Cecily Strong’s rendition of what Christmas truly looks like for parents everywhere. It’s a quick reminder that even when the holidays are the […]

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How to ruin Thanksgiving in four words

On Facebook, we asked the question “Ruin Thanksgiving in four words” and you answered. Oh, did you answer!  According to Denver moms, here’s how to ruin Thanksgiving 2020: The potatoes are instant.  Nathan is coming over! I’m on a diet We weren’t expecting you! My mother-in-law is coming. I licked it all. Mom, my flights canceled […]

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Humor: Millennial Dads vs. Baby Boomer Dads

YouTube comedians Taylor Calmus of Dude Dad and Myles Montplaisir of You Betcha are on a mission to bring more laughter into the world, and they’re doing just that with a new clip that’s going viral. In the wake of the world discovering that Gen Z has a major beef with their grandparents’ generation, the Baby Boomers, Calmus and Montplaisir […]

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"Cheer Dad" goes viral for duplicating his daughter's routine

Move over Cheer and Dance Moms, Cheer Dad is here and he has some moves!  Rolland “Hekili” Holland is literally his daughter’s biggest cheerleader, and there’s video evidence to prove it. Video showing the Virginia dad went viral, raking up more than 3 million views, after a fellow parent filmed him enthusiastically performing his 15-year-old […]

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