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Ring in the new – and create a very personal, artistic gift in the process – with this cool free project that's fun to make with kids for family and friends.
For kids with autism, busy and loud Santa visits can be overwhelming. Canadian malls – and a southeast Michigan mall – help by offering quieter, less stimulating visits for the holidays.
The season for giving and decorating is in swing! Recruit the kids and create mini easels, ornaments and even chalkboard labels to add DIY cheer to your house.
Don't miss out on the holiday indulgence because you can't have gluten. Instead, try one of these tasty treats – including peppermint caramels and chocolate fudge crinkles.
It's insurance, in case a 'stupid girl' lobs false rape accusation against her son later on, Roxanne Jones says. Many are criticizing her advice to her teen kid.
This two-in-one craft is great for decking the halls and makes a perfect present. Just add personal touches like Christmas doodads or even kids' small toys.
Give your family's house a dash of wintertime fun with decorations featuring birdseed, Santa mustaches, string art – and even a simple seasonal wood wreath.
This month's cover is twice as sweet with twin brothers Matthew and Caleb of Dearborn. Peek at the pics that didn't make the cover.
Take a peek at some of the photos that didn't make the cut, featuring CoverKid, Kai, 7, of Troy.
This month is all about Halloween – and CoverKid Naja, age 7, of Detroit is a costumed cutie in honor of the holiday. Check out the photos that didn't make the cover!
All the pictures can't make the cut, so peek at a few gems from this month's photo shoot featuring CoverKid Leah, age 2, of Macomb Township.
Take a peek at a few extra favorites from our photo shoot with Yiannis, age 5, from Troy!