FARGO — Each year when the clock strikes midnight on Jan. 1, several families welcome the year's first newborns into the world. With the bundle of joy comes the responsibility to raise, nurture and — first and foremost — name the infant. For most, the task requires research, pondering and discussing names. Some families find out the sex and choose a name during the second trimester of pregnancy. In other instances, the child is born and unnamed for hours or days until parents agree on a fitting name for their newborn.
FARGO — I totally love awkwardly cheesy, painfully corny, Hallmark-style Christmas movies. There, I said it. To me, nothing says "Christmas" more than terrible actors woven into totally predictable plot lines. Want to know why? Because Hallmark holiday films always end the same way: happy. It's refreshing — just like the holiday season.
FARGO — For many, the joy of Thanksgiving is linked to food. Cooks spends hours – even weeks – before the holiday preparing a meal that creates happy, full bellies around the table. But after the cook-heavy holiday subsides, families are left with Thanksgiving leftovers. It’s a great problem to have, but knowing what to do with them can be challenging year after year.