By Parenting Editor Michelle
Some of the most memorable books from my childhood were the ones that were creepy and scary. As Halloween is fast approaching, I’ve compiled a list of favorite Halloween books for kids, with a separate list for older kids, that will celebrate the season with goosebumps, giggles and gasps.
To my American friends out there, now more than ever we need to stand up and use our voice. Voting is one of the most important things we can do to make a difference in our country. Are you all set to vote? Here’s what you need to know…
Written by Benedicte Lassalle for Say Yes
Last Labor Day week, Liz’s family took us on a backpacking trip in the High Sierra. It was without any doubt one of the best family weekends we’ve had in a long time. Hikes around stunning landscapes, plunges in alpine lakes, star gazing at 10,000 feet, canned wine and even a quick boat ride.
I love hanging ghosts around the house and in our yard for Halloween. Starch makes these cheesecloth ghosts retain a ghostly shape in such a spooky way. Through trial and error though, we figured out a really simple process for them.
It’s almost October! Which means my favorite holiday is just around the corner and the kids are so excited to get the house decorated for it. Here are 10 spooky (but chic) Halloween decor ideas from the Say Yes archives…