25 November 2013

Tips for Thanksgiving prep, travel, kids' activities (Best of Parent Hacks)

I'm reposting this fabulous collection of Thanksgiving hacks now that the Big Day is on the horizon. If you're hosting or if you're traveling, there's a tip here for you.

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Best of Parent Hacks: Thanksgiving Photo credit: Teo/Flickr CC

Thanksgiving meal planning and preparation

Thanksgiving travel tips

Thanksgiving activities for kids

At the table

Photo credit: Teo/Flickr CC with a little extra oomph from PicMonkey

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So many lists. I don't know what to read first:))

Thank you so much for this collection of blog post for the coming Thanksgiving. I'm still in the part of reading the meal planning and preparation posts.

Happy Thanksgiving and great tips! My family's Thanksgiving tradition is for everyone to go around the table and say what they're thankful for. I covered that, and some other ways to easily incorporate a bit of thanks into the Thanksgiving meal, here: http://hintmama.com/2013/11/28/todays-hint-3-simple-ways-to-say-thanks-at-the-thanksgiving-table/

And on the Thanksgiving travel topic, here are 5 travel (i.e. hotel and grandma's house) childproofing tips from a pro:
http://hintmama.com/2013/11/22/todays-hint-5-travel-childproofing-tips-from-a-professional-childproofer/

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