13 Ways to Make Your New Year's Eve (With Kids) Memorable
You used to sip Champagne and stay out late on New Year's Eve. But now that you have little ones, you've traded lavish parties for low-key affairs. Just because you're staying in, however, doesn't mean you can't celebrate with the kids. From festive food to all-night activities, here's everything you need to throw a fun, kid-friendly New Year's Eve party. Source: Mer Mag
Whip Up Dinner
Let the kids cook their last meal of the year. Make individual flatbreads using a variety of veggie, cheese, and meat toppings.
You're never too young to make New Year's resolutions. Have the kids write down their favorite parts of the past year and what they hope to accomplish in the new one. Save the sheets, and have your child look at them next New Year's Eve.
Drop the Ball(oons)
When the clock strikes midnight, bust out the balloons! Follow Pinned There, Pinned That's easy instructions for a DIY balloon drop the kids will love.
Make Some Noise
These paper plate shakers from The Centsible Life are a fun and not too noisy way to ring in the New Year!
Have Some Fun
Kids will love the fun and sparkly toppers on these New Year's Eve Ball Drop cupcakes that Oleander and Palm created.