Talk about blending cultures, in the short span of one week, our family celebrated Halloween, Dia de Los Muertos, and Diwali. READ MORE
What do you call a day filled with the best intentions yet riddled with unexpected hitches along the way? This year, we called that day “Father’s Day.” READ MORE
As the name suggests, a Maypole is a tall pole erected on May Day (May 1st) or Pentecost (in many European countries), or on the first day of summer (in Scandinavian countries). READ MORE
Want to throw a Junior Ranger birthday party for your little nature lover? We had so much fun with this theme.
Not only did 7-year-old William’s idea align beautifully with our family’s love of nature and National Parks, it also made it easy to throw the party outside where the party animals could run free. READ MORE
Like tourists in our own city, we put on our brightest red shirts (it’s considered lucky) and trekked to Seattle’s Chinatown/International District to join in the Lunar New Year Celebration. This holiday is generally called Chinese New Year in the United States but Lunar New Year is more appropriate since the day is a significant holiday for mutiple Asian cultures. READ MORE