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Here at The Family Patch, we believe that it is important to celebrate the changing seasons. They remind us that life is ever-changing, and that no matter how hard our lives may be at any point in time a brighter day may be just around the corner. They also provide the perfect opportunity to carry on family traditions and create our own.

So over the past couple of years I’ve been creating some resources to share with you and I’ll be adding to it regularly, so do keep checking back from time to time.

The Family Patch Easy Ways to Celebrate Spring
5 EASY WAYS TO CELEBRATE SPRING

We’re all about keeping things quick and easy, because we know that life can be busy and complicated enough. Read this post for 5 simple ways to celebrate the arrival of Spring.

The Family Patch Kid Friendly Summer Solstice Activities
KID FRIENDLY SUMMER SOLSTICE ACTIVITIES

This post brings together some of my very favourite kid-friendly activities for celebrating the longest day of the year. All activities can be found on Pinterest, by following links in the post.

The Family Patch Lammas Activities for Families
CELEBRATING LAMMAS/LUGHNASAD WITH KIDS

This post focuses on the first Harvest of the year, as the summer begins to draw to an end. Rejoice in the abundance of nature and get your fill of warmth before the Winter arrives.

The Family Patch autumn Equinox Activities for Kids

CELEBRATING THE AUTUMN EQUINOX

As the weather begins to turn and the colours change from green to golden hues, why not take a moment to celebrate the stillness and remaining warmth before the long Winter months.

The Family Patch History of Halloween

THE HISTORY OF HALLOWEEN – we’ve made it our own!

Whatever you think of Halloween, whether you love it or loathe it, you cannot deny it has a colourful history! This post explores how we have always Halloween our own.

The Family Patch Midwinter Solstice Activities

CELEBRATING THE MIDWINTER SOLSTICE

It might seem strange to think of celebrating the longest night of the year, but there is a huge amount to be gained from looking for the light in the dark and awaiting its return.