The family has worked hard all week and deserves a well-needed break. Excuse yourselves from the get-up-and-go and instead linger as much of Saturday morning as you want – in bed. Invite the kids for a nice snuggle, play peak-a-boo, create a tent, or even start a pillow fight if you dare. Prepare an easy breakfast the night before – hard boiled eggs, blueberry muffins, coffee cake and serve breakfast in bed while you catch a morning movie. Certainly a morning to remember!
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