10 Thanksgiving Baby Costumes

by - Leave a Comment  | November 24, 2015

Are these Thanksgiving costumes a tableful of cute, or a cornucopia of corny? You decide. 

15 Do’s and Don’ts of Surviving Relatives at Thanksgiving

by - Leave a Comment  | November 17, 2015

“But Evan,” you might be thinking, “what would you know about this? Your relatives never fight during the holidays.” Well, that’s not luck, it’s due to careful preparation on my part. 

8 Struggles Moms Need To Overcome For The Busy Holidays (Part 2)

by - Leave a Comment  | November 13, 2015

(Read the first part HERE.) 4. Holiday cooking You’ve considered having special family luncheons at restaurants and perhaps one special day at home for your famous, annual Christmas feast. However, there are those potluck gatherings. To make it worse, you get notices and invites just days ahead and you simply don’t have time (or patience) […]

8 Struggles Moms Need To Overcome For The Busy Holidays (Part 1)

by - Leave a Comment  | November 11, 2015

With the holiday season rolling in, moms are about to become the busiest persons in every household—again. There’s the last-minute Christmas shopping, countless dinner parties, not to mention the budgeting. Whether we like it or not, there are a handful of struggles that can easily dampen our Christmas spirit, but only if we let it! […]

15 Wacky Thanksgiving Hats

by - Leave a Comment  | November 10, 2015

This Thanksgiving, the centerpiece won’t be the only thing catching looks. 

15 Spectacular Thanksgiving Floats

by - Leave a Comment  | November 3, 2015

Put all these spectacular Thanksgiving floats into a slideshow, and you can simulate your own desktop parade. 

A gallery of 25 cute, costumed turkey dogs

by - Leave a Comment  | October 31, 2014

Thanksgiving is here, and we are thankful for fast-food chicken restaurants! 

25 Crazy Photos of Thanksgiving-Themed Manicures

by - Leave a Comment  | November 26, 2013

When you’re reaching deep into a turkey to scoop out the innards, make sure you have  a sassy manicure with a Thanksgiving-theme. We found 25 Thanksgiving nail paintings we wouldn’t mind scooping potatoes in:

20 Babies Dressed as Yummy Thanksgiving Foods

by - Leave a Comment  | November 22, 2013

Dressing babies up as Thanksgiving foods is apparently a thing. Personally, we don’t think babies are particularly tasty, but we’re not mothers so what do we know. Feast your eyes on these adorable babies dressed up like items from the Thanksgiving table: 

25 Non-Traditional Thanksgiving Turkeys that Will Get Your Stomach Rumbling

by - Leave a Comment  | November 13, 2013

For us, a non-traditional Thanksgiving turkey involves us actually remembering to thaw the bird beforehand. But for people who can actually cook up a scintillating Thanksgiving turkey, there is lots of room to experiment. On that note, we found 25 delicious Thanksgiving turkey recipes that will serve a curve this holiday:

25 Cats Wearing Thanksgiving Costumes

by - Leave a Comment  | November 8, 2013

Before you go making your cat wear a Thanksgiving costume, look at how all of these cats look angry and/or homicidal:

Homemade Pumpkin Pretzel Bites

by - Leave a Comment  | October 22, 2013

I’m addicted to sweets and I would say, literally on that one.  Even better than sweet flavors though is sweet-n-salty!  Now add hot, soft and PUMPKIN to it!  This is an EASY gotta have, gotta make, gotta share with your family in friends now through the holiday season! Thanks goes to SomethingSwanky.com for this amazing […]

This Thanksgiving, Have a Pumpkin Pie Martini

by - Leave a Comment  | November 8, 2012

Not everyone has skills and the coolness to create a delicious masterpiece to present to the family on Thanksgiving Day. Take the simple, yet impressive and yummy, way out.  Tell Grandma you’ll bring the spirits this year

Baking with Pumpkins Part 2

by - Leave a Comment  | November 17, 2011

Thanksgiving is just one week away.  Looking for more pumpkin recipes?  Here is Part 2 of Baking with Pumpkin recipes. I remember my mom slaving in the kitchen for hours, not days, but weeks before; buying supplies early to make sure she had everything for our turkey dinner and her homemade pumpkin pies. But, what I remember […]