Hello, I am very excited to have just had my first book published. "Jabari Makes a Splash" is designed to teach under fives about water safety and I am working hand in hand with water safety and drowning prevention agencies.Do you feel that your children are taught enough about water safety? I would love to hear from any of you who would like to tell your stories about this topic - you can either email me at email@example.com or visit the site…See More
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"Lets keep our boys safe this summer. Did you know that statistically, boys between 2 and 5 are more at risk for tragedies around water? The curious and adventurous side that we know and love so well needs to be countered with good water safety…"
I agree with you. I am all for moms making a living through blogging and participate as much as possible but my blogging is more to connect with like-minded moms out there. I asked to join this group even though I am not yet in Canada.…"
"Hi everyone, I have been enjoying following you all. I will be moving to Toronto from France in summer and am writing about people on my journey from here to there at www.kerrycharacters.wordpress.com I am happy to leave feedback on your blogs and…"
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I am a Zimbabwean-born mother of five living in the South of France. I am a human rights lawyer by profession but am veeriing off in other directions. We are moving to Toronto in summer 2010.
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I tweet about my work which is in drowning prevention for children and I blog about characters in the village I live in. I want to capture the essence of this place before moving on and can't think of a better way of doing it than through the people who call it home.
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I just noticed that you left me a message! And yes, I wouldn't mind starting a group for those of us who are still trying to figure out the whole twitter thing. There are a few things I still don't understand.
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