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Personalize Your Baby’s First Tree Ornament with a Photo

Personalize Your Baby’s First Tree Ornament with a Photo

If you’re going to be celebrating your baby’s first Christmas this season, you will probably be searching for a special ornament for your Christmas tree. You can find many generic “baby’s first Christmas” ornaments at stores, and some are customized with the year, but why settle for one of these ornaments when you can...

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Shop Early at Super Stores with Free Shipping All Year

Shop Early at Super Stores with Free Shipping All Year

The “official” Christmas shopping season in the US starts on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving. But many organized folks start weeks or months before this date. If you’re one of those who likes to shop early, you can take advantage of free shipping promotions offered throughout the year. Here are three online “super”...

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Get a Free Santa’s Nice List Guide

Get a Free Santa’s Nice List Guide

What does it take to get on Santa’s Nice List in your house? Does your son need to pick up his toys? Does your daughter need to stop throwing tantrums? As we all know, Santa is always watching to see who’s being naughty and who’s being nice, but sometimes kids need a reminder to...

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Easy Snowman Cupcakes for Kids to Make

Easy Snowman Cupcakes for Kids to Make

Here’s a fun Christmas baking project for kids. They’ll love creating these easy snowman cupcakes that only require a few extras to decorate and are simple enough to make that even younger kids can participate in the fun. What You’ll Need: – Your favorite cake mix – Vanilla frosting (canned or homemade) – Large...

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Watch Free Christmas Movies on Your Kindle or Computer

Watch Free Christmas Movies on Your Kindle or Computer

If you’ve got a Kindle Fire and an Amazon Prime account, you can watch thousands of movies for free on your tablet (or your computer or other compatible device). Amazon Prime, for those of you not familiar with it, is a service offered by Amazon for $69/year that provides: – free two-day shipping on...

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3 Facts About Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

3 Facts About Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer has become one of the most popular characters of the holiday season, starring in his own TV show, books, and song. But how much do you really know about Santa’s special reindeer? Here are 3 facts you may not have know about everyone’s favorite flying reindeer. 1. Rudolph was created...

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Christmas Caroling: Origins to Modern Day

Christmas Caroling: Origins to Modern Day

Caroling from door to door is one of many Christmas traditions that has been around for hundreds of years. No one knows for sure exactly how this tradition began, but historians do agree that the practice has been with us for a long time and originated with a group of people known as carolers....

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“Santa Claus is Coming to Town” Lyrics and Video with Mariah Carey

“Claus Is Coming to Town” is a well-known Christmas song written by J. Fred Coots and Haven Gillespie. It was an instant hit after being sung on Eddie Cantor’s radio show in November 1934. Since then, it has been recorded by dozens of artists since then and has become one of the season’s most...

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How to Let Your Kids Know They’re on Santa’s Nice List

How to Let Your Kids Know They’re on Santa’s Nice List

Each year as the holiday season approaches, kids are reminded that Santa is watching and they need to be on their best behavior to make it to Santa’s Nice List. Nobody wants coal in their stocking. Toys on Christmas morning is a sure sign that a child has made it to Santa’s Nice List....

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Frosty the Snowman Lyrics

Frosty the Snowman Lyrics

Frosty the Snowman is now a familiar character during the Christmas holidays. He’s the star of an animated TV special and is on thousands of Christmas products, but Frosty’s popularity all began with a song. “Frosty the Snowman” was written by Walter “Jack” Rollins and Steve Nelson, and was first recorded in 1950 by...

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