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Articles:Are you 'at home' on New Year eve?
2001-10-12
Name: Editor Kids are closest to a parent's heart on New Year eve. And obviously, sweet home is the venue for the celebrations. Here are some suggestions for making the most of the opportunity.

1. Start a New Year tradition now, when your kids are in an impressionable age. Let New Year be a time for festivities and exchange of love.

2. What to do in the night? If you are not up for big entertainment, let your fun be totally kid-focused. Invite couples with kids belonging to the age group of your children.

3. Let the food theme be Dutch where everyone contributes dishes to avoid extra strain on any one kitchen.

4. Consider turning on the stereo and dancing to rock music, playing games, watching videos and building a barbecue to roast some chicken.

5. Children don't feel comfortable when in the company of inebriated and over drunk adults. So draw a line for yourself. You may enjoy drinks, but with grace and decency.

How do you celebrate your New Year Eve? Are your children with you? Share with us!
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hello editor,
sometimes its right, and sometimes its wrong also, children's mind is so pure, and they tell the truth only, they never feel jealous or anger on anyone, so we can learn some things from them.... - anudas [View Message]
RE:Lessons From Children
hello editor,
the adult definitely learn lots of things from kids, and nothing bad in that, and kids innocence and they are always tell truth to parents, so take it sportingly the things they say.... - ajinkya [View Message]
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hello editor,
kids are very innocent and they dont know who is smart person, they just know spread love and happiness in families, so they do that only, but yes we can learn from them.... - niraja [View Message]
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hello editor,
sometimes its right to say we adult learn from childrens also, but not many times, sometimes childrens do smart work to finish any task, but that thing we can learn from children.... - umesh [View Message]
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the adult view and kids view has so much difference, so if adult view is rarely wrong, but that time they can see by kids view there is so many things, which is done by kids only.... - mugdha [View Message]
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kids work is very smart, and they taken short time to finish work, so there is chances to learn from them somethings, so take it sportingly, and also take innocence from kids ... - umesh [View Message]
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Hey there this is something really weird i mean who can someone define a person based on his sleeping style, please stop making fun of yourself and grow up, this is not the place where you can crack jokes please stop.... - Anaida [View Message]

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