Advent must be near....
Because today is the Feast of Saint Andrew! We won't do much more than read about this saint's life, enjoy our scones, and put up his icon on the family altar. If I had a Scottish flag handy, I'd hang that to commemorate our Scottish heritage, and St Andrew's patronage of Scotland.
Remembering the saints doesn't have to be complicated. If you have a book of saints' stories for kids, that is great, but you can also look up biographical information on the web. Search around for some ideas about traditional foods for the Saint's day...or from the Saint's homeland...or from a country for which the Saint is associated now. (Andrew was not from Scotland!) Do a web search for children's or family activities for the Saint's day, and you'll usually find plenty of ideas to get your started.
Better to start simply than go overboard and be burned out. That's happened to me. And don't try to do EVERY Saint - just start with the major feasts (apostles, generally), or those that might have a special place in your family (a child's name, for example).
I often find Catholic Culture to be very helpful. They have a calendar of saints that has just about all the information you could possibly need! Just skip anything that isn't appropriate to your faith tradition, of course.
Have a blessed Feast of Saint Andrew. Is he also the patron saint of errand-running moms? I sure hope so, because that is what I'll be spending his feast day doing!