Holiday Evolution

Siebe, Mary; Hibbard, Jim
December 2000
SAA Families;Winter2000, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p4
Presents a discussion on practical and lighthearted look at stepparenting especially during holidays. Insight of being a single parent; Changes in the celebration when a stepfather and his family are added; Necessity to celebrate holidays differently and create traditions for oneself.


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