To celebrate holidays and to create traditions

One of the most important aspects of family life creates regular traditions and celebrates holidays. Celebrations can often be stressful chaotic times in our lives and tend to lose little fun things. Whether you choose to celebrate or decipher the traditions, it is important to have a sense of consistency and unity. This gives the family a sense of expectation and creates memories that will continue throughout life. Here are some tips you can choose from your home.

  • Every Valentine's Day member decorates a Valentine's bag. Each member of the family can make small gifts inside each other and Valentine's s Day when you open your bag. A special family meal. You and your spouse can choose a more romantic evening, on weekends after weekends, if you're lucky enough to get a baby.
  • Select a few gifts for President's Day and put together a list of fun facts about them. Choose a new president every year. Do you have a presidency dinner, choosing foods or deserts that were selected by the president?
  • There are some funny decorations for the St. Patrick's Day and green themed food.
  • For Easter, eggs for coloring and decorating together. Have a great meal with the family, and all the kids have a great egg egg. You can make money, sweets or small trinkets with plastic eggs or use a candle scratch or marker to decorate the decorated eggs. You can compete with more eggs, and more.
  • Mark Tomb Day and plant a tree. If you do not have a yard, plan in the cabin. It's fun to watch it grow over the years.
  • Celebrating Earth Day celebrations with an interest. You can choose wildlife, turn around ecologically clean, visit the resort food store or recycling center.
  • In May, mark Cinco De Mayo, learning how to prepare a Mexican meal together as a family. You can even make funny parrots for the kids.
  • The Memorial is a time to pay tribute to our ancestors who have given their lives for our respectful freedoms today. You can mark this often overlooked holiday by visiting the cemetery and graves of flowers or flags. You can fly the US flag (it is only recommended for afternoon until noon). Visit parades, fireworks displays or memorials in your area, or visit monuments.
  • Celebrate the beginning of summer in June. Choose the longest night of the year to make a festive dinner, visit a local swimming pool or a beach. Start with stargazing in your yard. You can check books and discover constellations and learn more about space research.
  • Go on July 4 to show community fireworks.
  • Go to your local state or city fair every year.
  • Labor Day is determined every year to respect the American worker. Make this a family day and enjoy your unity. It also symbolizes summer days. Spend it with a family going to a local pool or lake, go camp, or just sit in your yard. Making homemade ice cream in an old fashioned ice cream machine is a nice tradition, children love it.
  • Plan your Halloween clothing in advance. Halloween is a fun celebration that decorates your home. Older children will help you set up a fateful cemetery in your front yard to greet or cure the healer. Make candied apples or popcorn balls. Visit pumpkin patch. Go to the ladder on the local farm.
  • Involve children in Thanksgiving. This can be a very boring holiday for many children, but it is often ignored and on the celebrated holiday. Do not dine during your dinner so walk around, and each one says a few things you thank. Let the children help cook food. Visit or host family and friends. The volunteer helped the less eligible person or charity during this period. Take a family and give special gifts or meals for dinner.
  • Make homemade sweets / cookies together for Chrysanthemums. Make your own Christmas cards and send them to your family and friends. Visit community events, such as the zoo, community centers and leisure facilities, often sponsor fun activities. Take the sledgehammer. Have fun with gift ideas, give each family member a chance. Decorate your tree together. Do Christmas and try to buy a new piece each year? Go and see the light displays. Decorate your own home. Make apple, eggnog or hot chocolate.
  • For the first snow it makes a family tradition that should go smoothly. When you have finished some homemade hot cholera, packaged materials you get from the grocery store, it's never as good. You have good dough for cooking a cocktail or homemade soup and make fresh bread with yeast.

Source by Gentry Ellis