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Planning a Halloween party for kids can be a bit challenging, especially if the little ones aren’t quite old enough to handle seriously scary themes.
Before the kids’ costumes go on, let Pottery Barn Kids serve up some healthy Halloween recipes to get you through the holiday unscathed.
Your station can be as simple or as elaborate as you like, but every kid will agree: this is an exciting twist for a favorite fall holiday.
These DIY Halloween crafts are sure to keep your child excited and entertained.
There is no other holiday that is as important to family as Thanksgiving – gathering together around a turkey with your loved ones and talking about what you are thankful for.
While you want your child to have a good time, you also want to ensure that he has a safe night.
If your child’s birthday is in late October, help them feel special by hosting an awesome Halloween birthday party.
The ideas for Halloween are endless, and the fun spirit of Halloween makes the whole month of October such an enjoyable time for children.
For many kids, Halloween is one of the year’s top holidays. Choosing a costume is a very important process, and most children will remember what was worn for years to come.
If you’re hosting a Halloween party this year, and the majority of the guests are children and toddlers, get ready for some fun!
Before you set out with your stroller and treat bag in hand, there are a few key things to prepare for the evening so your baby’s first Halloween is serene and soothing, not scary.
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We're all about creating a focal point for parties, especially since they make for great photos!
Setting a great table is a lot easier than you think! Follow our 5 steps to create a playful summer table.
The sun is out and it's time to celebrate! Backyards, parks and pools are great spaces for parties, especially during the summer.
Perfect for summer, this nautically themed baby shower combines crisp white, deep navy and soft yellow for a seaside-inspired look.
The perfect party to throw poolside, our Under the Sea themed celebration showcases the best of summer with plenty of blue, white and sea inspired details.
The 4th of July is summer's quintessential holiday – outdoor barbecues, seasonal fresh fruit and of course, plenty of red, white and blue.
Looking for a creative Father's Day gift that your little ones can customize?
Mother's Day is a time to show mom just how much you appreciate her.
An Easter basket is a quintessential part of this springtime holiday's celebration.
Packing your kids' school lunch is a great opportunity to make sure they have the energy they need to learn and have fun all day long.
Here are five great ideas for making your baby's first Christmas memorable for every member of the family.
The return to school in the fall is an exciting time for kids.
Just about every family has a few back-to-school traditions that help ease the transition from the carefree days of summer to the routines of the school year.
A twinkling Christmas tree surrounded by an array of wrapped gifts is one of the most magical sights of the season.
Starting preschool is a big step for your child.
Here are five easy ideas for giving your Christmas tree sweet style your family will love all season long.
Keep kids happily engaged and entertained with holiday-themed games, crafts and coloring pages.
The holidays are all about traditions: sharing ones established in years or even generations past, as well as creating new ones with growing families.
One of the best parts of the holiday season is all the time spent with family and friends you don't see every day.