Cupid's Pulse Article: Cupid’s Weekly Round-Up: Tips for Having a Fun Family HolidayCupid's Pulse Article: Cupid’s Weekly Round-Up: Tips for Having a Fun Family Holiday

By Whitney Johnson

The holidays are meant to be spent with the ones you love most: your family. Whether you’re a newlywed spending your first Christmas with your husband’s family or new parents trying to survive those sleepless nights, it’s important that you soak up this time together. With this thought in mind, CupidsPulse.com has pulled together these great articles from our partners, filled with the tips you need to have a fun-filled holiday with your family:

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1. Bond as a family: It’s no secret that your kids won’t be little forever, so why not enjoy this time before it’s gone? Take a look at these gift ideas to bring your family even closer. (GalTime.com)

2. Show your bestie you care: Many women find a BFF in their sister or mother, but even if you’re not related to your best friend by blood, you probably still view her as family. These 37 friendship quotes will remind you how special your bestie is. (YourTango.com)

3. Celebrate your loved ones: Making people feel loved and special is important all year long, not just during the holidays. Here are four ways to show your family and friends just how much you care. (GalTime.com)

4. Embrace your inner kid: Take a cue from Alyson Hannigan and her husband of ten years Alexis Denisof and be a kid at heart. We promise you’ll enjoy the holidays even more through the eyes of a child! (CelebrityBabyScoop.com)

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5. Tell your partner you love her: With the needs of your little ones filling you and your wife’s days (and often your nights), it’s easy for you to feel like you’re missing out on time as a couple. Use these 15 tips to make sure your actions show your sweetheart just how much you love her. (YourTango.com)

Cupid wants to know: How will you bond with your family during the holidays?