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Are you looking to spend more time with your family? If so, there are plenty of great ways to spend more time together. Here are some of the best ideas for this spring:

Plant a garden: are you looking for a family hobby that is rewarding? If so, gardening is one of the best things you can do. Not only can gardening save you money, but it’s great exercise, and it’s something everything can take part in.

Bike ride: riding bikes as a family is Read the rest of this entry »


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It’s always a good idea to bring your family closer together for an even greater cause. One of the easiest ways to develop a greater bond between yourself and your loved ones is by shoring up your home’s safety with a few fun activities. Here’re a few you can try:

1. The bond between father and son is a special coalescence, and it’s often brought about by unique moments of assistance and cooperation. if you’re looking to spend time with your son, try working on an project together. Why not repair some of your outdoor furniture together or teach him how to patch up that siding you’ve been meaning to get around to? That way, you’ll foster the condition of both your home and your relationship.

2. The exact same goes for mom and daughter. Whether you’re a homemaker or not, we can all agree it’s healthier to live in a tidy home than it is to live in a dirty home. Make a game out of cleaning that your daughter can play with you, or teach her how to make one of your favorite dishes and clean up together afterwards. Less mess, less stress!

3. The computer is our generation’s source for endless entertainment. That said, it needs to be used with caution and care. Teach your children about cyber safety and safe web browsing – there are plenty of games on the Internet that can help you along the way. While you’re at it, check out http://www.securitychoice.com/ if you’re looking for a home security system to really boost your all-around at-home safety for the entire family.

Remember: family fun time doesn’t have to serve just one purpose alone. Bring your family closer together, and bolster your household security at the same time!


15. 05.

Are you looking for fun ways to enjoy family time this winter? Do you need ideas for something that’s a little less expensive than hitting the ski hill? Creating enjoyable family time during the winter isn’t difficult if you use a little ingenuity. These tips should give you some great ideas:

Make a Fun Jar

If you’ve spent one too many snow days at home with your kids, it’s time to make a fun jar! Simply ask Read the rest of this entry »


22. 03.

If you have children, it is important to remember that you need to spend as much time as you possibly can with them. After all, they are going to grow up before you know it and you will be wondering where the time went. You are probably wondering what you can do to spend time together as a family before the winter weather sets in.

Many families are making the decision to go for a hike. The good thing about Read the rest of this entry »


1. 02.

Bonding with your family is very important if you want to maintain a strong foundation for your family and for future generations to come. The family unit is what makes life worth living which is why it is important to spend quality time together to make sure your family grows healthy relationships with one another. The summer time is always a great time to do great family activities. An inexpensive yet fun activity families can do in the summer is family picnics. Most parks require no upfront fees to reserve a picnic Read the rest of this entry »


18. 01.

Kids love nothing more than to play outside. Running and frolicking around outdoors on a sunny day is a must for young ones. But, what do they do when the weather takes this option away from them? Rainy days attempt to spoil the fun for kids, however, it does not have to. There are a couple of great rainy day activities you and your kids can do to reclaim the joy. One is playing traditional board games, and Read the rest of this entry »


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You probably spend a lot of time thinking about your home – visiting sites like www.homesecuritysystem.com and talking about paint colors and which flowers work well in the yard – but do you connect with your kids there? Here are a few tips for making home improvements while bonding with your family
Start a Garden: If you’ve got room or even a deck, start a small vegetable garden. Your kids will love to tend it and the project goes on and on – think herb pots and hanging tomato plants if limited space is an issue.
Make a Family Room: Reinvent a space in the house as a “family room” with some elements of everyone’s personality. Ask each child to make a painting to represent themselves or specify one thing they want in the room (i.e. board games, a dartboard, a place to write, etc.)
Clean Together: Now’s a great time to clean out for winter and the kids can help. Pick a day and ask everyone to go to town on their own room then go together to donate old supplies to groups like Goodwill.


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Spending time with your kids outdoors is a wonderful opportunity for play and exploration.
One of my favorite activities is to plan a picnic. Eating outdoors is so much fun and children of all ages love it! Children also enjoy the fun of packing their lunches; sandwiches, raisins, cookies, and fruit all work great. For added fun, bring along some bubbles or a ball to play with.
Kite flying is another great outdoor activity. It is best to find an area with plenty of space; perhaps you live near a beach Read the rest of this entry »


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A family vacation can be an amazing chance to bond with your children. In the hustle and bustle of everyday life, we can sometimes forget to reserve attention for the people most important to us. A vacation allows you to experience time with your family outside of the home setting. Seeing the smiles on your children’s faces as they explore new places and try new things makes the money spent planning a vacation worth every penny. Read on to discover the best vacations for every type of family.

Vacations for the Adventurous
Are your children of the rough and tumble variety? A theme park vacation could be perfect for you. The thrills and chills associated with roller coasters are sure to put wind in your hair and a smile on your face. The many family-friendly theme parks in this country mean that you never have to travel far to get there, and most have rides for even the smallest thrill seekers. A theme park adventure is perfect for families who desire a high energy vacation.

Vacations for the Exhausted
Tired of the rat race? A beach vacation is just the ticket for rest and relaxation. Beach combing, splashing in the surf, exploring tide pools and watching Pacific sunsets or Atlantic sunrises restore your tired mind and provide plenty of opportunity for family bonding. When your life is hectic, your vacation should not be. A beach vacation provides a much-needed break from everyday life.

Vacations for Nature Lovers
Is roughing it your style? A camping trip is a great way to escape the bright lights of the city. National forests offer camping opportunities galore. Pitch a tent, light a fire and watch the stars come out as you roast marshmallows and sing a song. The memories made on a family camping trip (or any family vacation) will last a lifetime.


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Spending quality time with your family should be the number one priority in your life. Unfortunately many parents put family time activities on the backburner in place of television, friends, work or daily stresses. If you are looking to spend more time with your children, there are many activities that appeal to both parent and child. Hopefully you will use them to have more one on one time with your kids and to create long lasting memories they will cherish forever.
Games are a Read the rest of this entry »