Title: The Purim…
My little boy can be so stinking funny sometimes. He really puts a smile on my face with the cute little things that he says. For instance we went to run errands the other day and ran into one of his friends parents. I said, "Hey look there's your friends Mommy and Daddy." Then he asked where his friend was. I said that I didn't know, that maybe he was with his MawMaw. So he replies in a very serious and concerned voice, "No he's at the hospital. He has a diagnosis (learned that from…Continue
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This is a wonderful picture book for kids 3 to 7 about Mama Bear’s really bad, mad and sad day.
Little Bear tries to help his Mama bear to cope with her bad day. But she doesn’t notice him and all his gestures because she was too busy. However, when Little Bear gives his mommy a very special dolly, she finally notices him and she appreciates all the love that he tries to give her.
There are quite a few important themes in the story such as the importance of a…Continue
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I cannot be the only one…who has been mid-argument only to stop and realize that the argument isn’t really about what the bickering is focused on, but rather something else all together. This was the case when the Hubs and I were arguing about the Sonny Boy’s upcoming T-ball schedule.
The Hubs wants Sonny Boy to play T-ball, he…
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Americans are failing to read food labels properly. Today I examined some popular "healthy" foods marketed to our children and revealed the truth about what is really in them. Visit this link and share if you want to know what American children are eating today.…
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Some years ago, the city of Chicago adopted me.
I grew up in a place where I could see the World Trade Centers from my attic, where Puerto Rican cabbies spoke Yiddish, and where everyone thought Philadelphia was in the Midwest.
But when I moved to Chicago the day after my honeymoon, Sandburg’s “stormy, husky, brawling” city welcomed me with broad shoulders and open arms, and I fell in love with my adoptive city. Put celery salt on my Vienna Beef, make my pizza like a cheese…Continue
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This recipe is one of our family's favorites, given to me by my sweet mother-in-law. The best thing about it, in my opinion, is that it's one of those make-it-your-own recipes. It's very simple and delicious as is...but it's also so easy to add to or substitute the things you and your family love!
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My sister-in-law planned a wonderful event filled with great ideas for baby showers! Take a look at my latest post about the fabulous day!
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The Perfective Ceuticals Divine Age Guardian Cream is an anti-aging cream, so I wasn't planning on using it. I don't have any wrinkles, so I never thought someone in their early 30's would have use for such a product. My intentions were to have my grand mother try it, but we're in different states and it would be too much of a hassle, so I did a little research. I checked the Internet to find out at what age people should start…Continue
Added by Ronda on March 12, 2014 at 11:35am — No Comments
I am one of those women who tells mothers-to-be about about all the wonderful things to look forward to in their pregnancies. You won't hear any horror stories from me about childbirth. Funny? Yes. Mundane? Sure. But not scary. (There's no need to scare pregnant women, people, they have enough worries/fears already zipping through their heads.)
But there is one area where I am always serious. And that is about postpartum depression. This is because most people don't understand what it…Continue
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Stop grinding...I said this to my 10 month old daughter yesterday. Why you ask? Well she is going through a teething episode and she has started grinding her teeth. It is the worst sound EVER! I honestly love her to pieces but that sound is awful. Theo never did this so I am unfamiliar with the whole teeth grinding episode. But there is something humorous about looking at your daughter and saying "stop grinding." It brings back memories of my clubbing days and then I remember she will…Continue
Added by Mary McIsaac on March 11, 2014 at 8:46pm — No Comments
On my days off with Amalia I always try to have at least one activity / outing planned. I am incredibly thankful that we have quite the collection of passes that have been given to A as gifts and we routinely rotate between the Aquarium, Zoo / Rain-forest and Children’s Museum. So last week it was off to the Children’s Museum for a morning of fun.
Added by Lisa Hudak on March 11, 2014 at 8:12pm — No Comments
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Most moms agree that judging each other is stupid, foolish and unkind. Yet many still do it. Why? I have no earthly idea. Parenting is not an exact science. It’s beautiful,…Continue
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Safely ends kicking and squirming during diaper changes and acts as a barrier to keep baby free from germs, also great for tummy time, travel and play.
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Even the strongest couples fall victim to routine. If you feel like you’re barely spending any quality time with your partner anymore, maybe it’s time to become more spontaneous and make an effort to reconnect. Check out this article for some tips that will help.
Missing that strong, intense connection you and your partner had in the beginning of the relationship? It’s…Continue
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Rosemary Lichtman, Ph.D. and Phyllis Goldberg, Ph.D. invite you to a Virtual Book Tour with Cyma Shapiro who will be discussing her new anthology, The Zen of Midlife Mothering Log on anytime, Wednesday, March 19, to www.HerMentorCenter.com and join the conversation.
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