The holidays can be very stressful --what can you do to ease the pressure?
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As you get ready to shop for Christmas, here's a list of what kids want! The Best Toys of 2010 for girls and boys. SHOP HERE
The American Red Cross and Pitney Bowes invite you to send holiday cards to our American service members, their families, and veterans all over the world. Anyone can send a card and you can send as many as you would like! The DEADLINE is December 10th! Holiday Mail for HeroesPO Box 5456Capitol Heights, MD20791-5456
You'll be shopping and running around a lot with your kids this Holiday season, here are some great tips for staying together.1. If you notice your child is missing- feel free to YELL their name.2. Don't waste time! Start looking LOW too for their feet and legs3. Take a picture on your phone of the clothes they're wearing before you head out or make note of it.4. Teach them about "low-risk" adults...like cashiers, vendors, and women with children.5. Teach them to FREEZE! Stay put and you WILL find them.