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The days may all be a blur, but we can still get excited for the weekend. After a long week at home, spend time outside and take in some fresh air. And if you need some inspiration for things to do with your kids, here are 10 things you CAN still do this weekend.
Celebrate Mom! Mother’s Day is Sunday and moms deserve all the awards. If you still need a gift for the mom in your life (don’t forget about Grandma) here are some last minute ideas she will actually love. And dad’s here’s how to make the day special from home.
Treat yourself to time away from the kitchen and invest in a meal delivery service. It’s a great way to get two big stressors off your list (meal planning and grocery shopping), check out our guide to find the best service for your family.
Listen to Harry (aka Daniel Radcliffe) read the first chapter of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone and keep visiting the Wizarding World to see other famous faces read from the classic novel.
Stop by The Little Kite Shop (online) launching Saturday and pick out a kite to fly as a family and support the Detroit Kite Festival.
Take a virtual train ride around the world – great for little train lovers.
If you also miss the Tulip Festival in Holland this year, drive by Beacon Park to look at their beautiful tulip garden.
Curl up on the couch and watch the Disney Family Sing-Along Vol. 2 on Sunday night. The special televised event will feature Idina Menzel, Halsey, Shakira, Seth Rogan and more.
Take a family photo. Whether or not you look or feel your best, you’ll want to remember this stage of life with your kids. So get dressed up (or don’t) and make everyone smile at the camera (or at least be in the picture frame) to capture a scene from this unforgettable Mother’s Day weekend.
Rest your feet for at least a few minutes and enter to win a $50 gift card from Gazelle Sports. You can also shop online or do a curbside pick up.
About Carrie Budzinski
Carrie Budzinski is the Vice President of LittleGuide Detroit. She grew up in Livonia and Detroit and continues to live life in both cities. Carrie loves exploring the city and finding hidden gems in the suburbs..