"Christmas is about spending time with those you love, not biding your time until the next place you have to stop."
Jenna Bush Hager revealed her family has a few text chains and, recently, she had an "oops" moment while doing some Christmas gift planning.
"If you love someone who battles this holiday monster, take a breath and love them harder."
This year, however, they're doing stockings!
This Santa doesn't see you when you're sleeping, or know when you're awake. But he knows how to bond with you if you have autism.
We all know that person who is always complaining of the temperature; show them some love this season
The holiday season is the only time of year I embrace being artificial ... in my choice of Christmas trees.
You know, the talk about how awesome he is (open this story with caution, parents).
Let's face it, shopping for gifts for men is tough!
Someone is ready for the man in red to show up at her home.
"Our elf left three years ago and he is never coming back. Never."
These personalized gifts have their names written all over them!
While a fake tree might do the job for some folks, to me, it just wouldn't feel like Christmas without the real thing.
"If you find yourself feeling overwhelmed for months, it is time to let go of that stress. Do less."
"The next time you find yourself peering into the incredible world of childhood, keep this in mind: It is through our time, not our gifts, that we get in."...
A few of these ideas might land you on the naughty list.
Love or hate him, the Elf on the Shelf has changed the Christmas season. So why was the book originally turned down by every publisher?
"Do less. In doing so, you may actually recapture the joy of the season."
The "Big Bang Theory" star had an unconventional Thanksgiving this year, and wrote on her blog why it was important to share the holiday with ex-husband Michael...
"My sons are growing up beautifully, but rapidly; the passing of time is out of my control."
Get wrapping paper in bulk now and save yourself the headache.
Giving Tuesday is the perfect time to reach out and make someone's life better.
"What if in a world of social media perfection, I openly admitted to all 150 people on my Christmas card list that 2015 hadn’t been a perfect year?"
"Find easy traditions that you can do with your family that will mean something, but also things that your kids will remember."
A 3-year-old Mary was having none of it when her 2-year-old co-star stole the baby Jesus from his bed.
None of these ideas is going to erase the bittersweet twinge of this merry season after a loss, but hey, we'll take what we can get.
"Chanukah was never meant to be 'Christmas lite,' yet here we are still trying to catch up."
The family that brought you "Christmas Jammies" tackles the stresses of Thanksgiving with musical inspiration from Adele, Drake and Silento.
From bath bombs to shimmer lotion, these sister gifts are so good you'll want them yourself.
"Do you really want to hear about my sex life at the dinner table?" and other family holiday come-backs.
Chances are, your kids (and maybe even you!) could use a primer on the Pilgrims and Native Americans—and just why we feast and give thanks.
Her teenagers thought her idea to sign their Thanksgiving tablecloth was "crazy." Now adults, they believe it is irreplaceable.
"Parents should know what they want, ask for it and let that be enough."
Young children really do have their worst tantrums around extended family. Here's what to do about it.
Ready or not, the Scout Elves are coming back. These new products may spark some Elfin' inspiration.
In a nostalgia-filled essay for The Magnolia Journal, the home-improvement specialist and mother of five reveals that some things don't require any improvement....
The TODAY Parenting Team is partnering with the movie "The Grinch." Tell us about a moment when your heart grew larger because of someone else's kindness.
Keith Morrison's reading of 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas' isn't spooky ... or is it?
These matching family pajamas make for one cute photo op!
It's quite a treat to see these little ones in their Halloween best!
These parents make sure their kids with food allergies don't miss out on the fun.
Get these hatchibabies and other hot toys before they sell out!