Every little girl wants to be a princess, so today, we are going to show you some fun and easy princess hairstyles you can do at home or on the road. The best part – most of these styles can be done in less than five minutes!
Be prepared for a Family Night full of action and adventure! This lesson is perfect for active children. Sometimes (usually), my kids like to fight during our Family Night lessons. This week, fighting is encouraged. How cool is that?! Read on to find out why…
As members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints, we have the opportunity to listen to our Prophet and the Apostles speak to us twice a year at General Conference. Typically, LDS General Conference is held in April and October.
This easy and adorable Belle costume is the best accessory to your Disneyland vacation. For a limited time, you can enjoy exclusive experiences from the tale as old as time. Try the Grey Stuff at the new Red Rose Tavern, meet Gaston himself, hear a re-telling of the classic Beauty and the Beast and so much more! You do not want to miss your chance to be right in the middle of the real life magic of Beauty and the Beast.
What makes a family strong, resilient, and happy? It is something we all desire. There are many articles and books written on this topic. I’m sharing an article today that teaches a simple principle that draws the generations of a family tree together and makes the overall family resiliency strong. It is all about stories. What is your family story? Talk about it tonight with this fun Family Night Lesson.
This hands-on Family Night lesson will help the whole family see how beneficial it is to plant happiness. And it’s pretty yummy, too! This is a great lesson for around St. Patrick’s Day since you get to make a rainbow in the object lesson.
These Mickey treats are perfect for upcoming Spring holidays like St. Patrick’s Day or Easter. And they’re fun for the kids to help make with you in the kitchen. See how Adelle copied one of her favorite Disneyland recipes on the blog today!
This Family Night Lesson has a name game that’s all about YOU! What is your name? Where did it come from and what does it represent? What can you do to make your name something to be proud of? Get the whole lesson plan on the blog today!
This Family Night activity will help you teach your family how to love like Jesus did. Follow His example to bring more meaningful love into your family and other relationships. Jesus showed love in several different ways. Study his methods and then make goals to apply them in your own life.
Celebrate Disney all year long! In today’s post Adelle is sharing 52 weeks of Disney treats, activities, printables, and more! Find the magic today on the blog.
Little kids are motivated by things they can see, taste, touch, and do. So when it comes to reading scriptures, I thought having a Book of Mormon reading chart would be a good motivator. Get the free printable and Family Night idea on the blog today!
Mirror Mirror on the Wall, who is the fairest of them all? In the classic fairy tale, Snow White was the fairest maiden in the kingdom. But, it wasn’t her milky white skin or ruby red lips that made her the best. It was her kindness and goodness and her pure heart that made her the fairest of them all! If we looked in a magic mirror, what would our reflection say about us? Today’s family night lesson is about “Spiritual Mirrors.”