It’s no surprise that having kids throws wrenches into how you live your life. Sometimes they are wonderful wrenches, though. Here are a few holidays that are so much better now that I have kids. New Year’s Eve With kids, you finally have an excuse to celebrate early and get to bed by 10 p.m. […]
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I love the holidays. Especially Thanksgiving. I love the food, I love the parties, I love the feel of it all. But most of all, I love being with tons of family, catching up on life, watching my children play with their cousins, and just being together. Well, I loved that — past tense. Three years ago when […]
School is closed, the post office is closed — but do your children know WHY? As the wife of a veteran, I encourage you to explain Veterans Day to your children. It’s our job as mothers to teach our children right from wrong. We teach them to be noble, to be moral, and to be […]
The holidays are quickly approaching, and we’re here to help you plan your 2017 season! There are so many wonderful Boston holiday events to check out!
This holiday season, check out some of the amazing holiday events in Boston — and beyond!
November 18–December 2 Methuen Festival of Trees (Methuen) :: The Festival of Trees has been a marvel of the Merrimack Valley for over two decades. Featuring over 240 trees, wreaths, and displays you could win, this family celebration has something for everyone. November 18–January 1 Edaville Festival of Lights (Carver) :: Edaville’s Christmas Festival of Lights is one of the […]
Through December 29 Edaville Express (Carver | Wednesdays and Thursdays) :: Join Mrs. Claus and Santa’s elves at the Edaville boarding station as they embark on a 45-minute interactive train ride adventure to find Santa, all while enjoying chocolate milk, HOOD egg nog, and cookies. Fueled by Christmas cheer, the train ride includes sing alongs to […]
There’s nothing like being in Boston for the holidays!
November 18–December 2 Methuen Festival of Trees (Methuen) :: The Festival of Trees has been a marvel of the Merrimack Valley for over two decades. Featuring over 240 trees, wreaths, and displays that you could win, this family celebration has something for everyone. November 18-January 1 Edaville Festival of Lights (Carver) :: Edaville’s Christmas Festival of Lights is one […]
This year, visit local markets and fairs to take care of all your gift shopping in Boston!
Enjoy a season full of holiday festivities in Boston!
November 24–December 31 Boston Ballet’s “The Nutcracker” (Boston) :: Let Mikko Nissinen’s “The Nutcracker” capture your imagination and transport you to a magical world of brave toy soldiers and dancing candy canes. Follow Clara as she embarks on her journey filled with colorful characters, breathtaking costumes, and majestic scenery. From the captivating dance of the sugar plum fairy […]
December 4 Hanukkah Happens (Chestnut Hill | 4–5 p.m.) :: Come and get cozy in good company! PJ Library is visiting for Hanukkah, so bring your fuzziest slippers and warm up with friends and glowing candles. Settle in for sufganiyot, latkes, and endearing Hanukkah stories that shed light on determination and dedication. December 10 A Light Through the Ages (Boston | […]