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Hope Faith And Charlie







Recently I received a copy of Hope Faith And Charlie and finished it in two sittings. It was almost impossible to put down. Hope Faith And Charlie is an uplifting story of a little baby's battle against Stage 4 Brain and Spinal cancer written by his Mother Deidre Carey. Even though I know… Continue

Added by Elle Burton on September 18, 2009 at 1:06pm — No Comments

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Come join Tastefully Simple now for an unbelievable low price of just $99.00.… Continue

Added by Sheila Thomas on September 18, 2009 at 10:41am — No Comments

Hair drama

I'm still trying to figure everything out here on MBC, but I wanted to share a new post on my blog. Here's a direct link! Enjoy!

http://staceysmotheringmoments.blogspot.com/2009/09/hair-drama.html

Added by Stacey M on September 18, 2009 at 10:35am — No Comments

Nick Lachey. Not Just a Dream!

My nine-year old asked, "Mom, do you think I can play in the NFL one day?" A huge smile came across my face because you have to know that my son is only 65 pounds, wet. "You can do anything you put your mind to. Dream big," I told him. I too loved sports as a kid, softball being my forte. And while I still continue to play the sport in a local women's town league, I am no Kim Clijsters. Terry my biz partner, having played tennis as a child, had a much better shot at mastering the game of tennis… Continue

Added by Bradi Nathan on September 18, 2009 at 8:43am — No Comments

Are You For or Against Health Care Reform and Why?

I am wondering how many parents are like me in their inability to keep up to date on political issues. It is frustrating to say the least, to not have the time to listen to the news or to read the newspapers and whenever I do get the chance to get better informed I usually wind up either in tears and angry from reality or completely confused.



Listening to educated people is my alternative and I try to listen to all sides so that I can make my own opinions. One of the most important… Continue

Added by Jillylivi on September 18, 2009 at 8:28am — No Comments

Friday Cheesy Song!

It is Friday.

Can you feel the rhythm coming? Do you feel it in your body?

....

Now I only have one thing to say:

"Nobody puts Baby in a corner..."

To view the video go to Perfectly Happy Mum

Added by Peggy Poyser on September 18, 2009 at 4:01am — No Comments

THINGS THAT WERE MEANT TO BE HATED



Other than sheer laziness, I have some good reasons why ironing is pointless.

#1-- Kids.

#2-- Excess fat rolls. My shirt is going to get sucked in-between my love handles like a black hole folding in on itself. It’s going to get wrinkled beyond repair anyway--so why bother?



Looking to cut corners? Me too. Cut the cord. To your iron, that is :)

You'll feel a sense of freedom. *Cue the Hallelujah… Continue

Added by Camryn on September 17, 2009 at 10:18pm — No Comments

Empty threats and broken promises......are they the same?

From “Screamfree Parenting” by Hal Runkel

Never promise more than you can perform. “



— Publilius Syrus



Simple, right? If you promise little Timmy kid Disneyworld, you take him to Disneyworld. He sees that you can be trusted and all is well. The trick is to have this attitude in ALL promises, not just the pleasant ones.



Remember, empty threats are really broken promises. And just because they aren’t as fun to… Continue

Added by Susan Heid on September 17, 2009 at 9:28pm — No Comments

Simple Homemade Beauty Products You Can Make At Home



Simple Homemade Beauty Products You Can Make At Home







Coconut Oil For Wrinkles:



Coconut oil is a very healing type of oil and it can be used in homemade wrinkle creams or by itself. If you choose to just use it by itself, which many people do, then you’ll just need to apply the oil to the affected skin where you have wrinkles. Usually, it is best to use it at bed time and you just need to gently massage… Continue

Added by Peg on September 17, 2009 at 8:05pm — No Comments

Easy Food Facials – Homemade Recipes



11 Easy Food Facials – Homemade Recipes



When mixing food items for facials, make sure to use sterile utensils and containers.



Wash hands really well so they’re clean before applying the skin treatment.



The First Time Using A Recipe:



Apply a bit of the prepared mask to the inside of your wrist before using on your face. You want to make sure your skin won’t have a bad reaction to it (allergies).

If… Continue

Added by Peg on September 17, 2009 at 7:55pm — No Comments

5 Homemade Fingerpaint Recipes



5 Homemade Fingerpaint Recipes



Homemade Fingerpaint Recipe



1 cup Flour

1 cup Water

1 cup Sunlight dish soap

2 TBS Food Coloring



Directions:



Mix all items until there are no lumps and paint is smooth. Keep sealed in an airtight container and refrigerate.

You can divide the batch up into smaller amounts and use a different color of food coloring for each batch.

Cornflour Finger… Continue

Added by Peg on September 17, 2009 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Bebe au Lait Introduces New Collection

Camden

Completely redesigned – the new Hooter Hiders collection of nursing covers from Bebe au Lait is set to hit parenting boutiques and department stores across the country next week. Widely known for its whimsical name, the new… Continue

Added by Carrie Leber on September 17, 2009 at 4:30pm — No Comments

Happy Birthday, Baby!

One year ago today, my little miracle landed in my life.

Literally, landed. After hours of back labor and doctor drama (a story in itself), Jayden Eli surprised everyone by arriving in a rush and landing on the hospital floor. The nurse had just enough time to put her hand under his head, but the rest of him met the ground with an audible splat. How was it the doctor put on the chart? Oh yes, “arrived precipitously on the hospital floor.” He was immediately nicknamed Crash.…



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Added by Rachel Rene on September 17, 2009 at 4:24pm — 1 Comment

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Added by Heather Polke on September 17, 2009 at 1:13pm — No Comments

Welcome to Preschool...

I suppose this is it. We are coming to that time when things change, when my baby is no longer a baby. When my baby is now going to have a life outside our family.



He is going to do things I won't know about.



He will have friends I won't really know.



He will say things I won't hear or do things I am not going to witness.



He will sometime be told off by someone else and praised and cuddled by someone else.



He will be hugged by a stranger… Continue

Added by Peggy Poyser on September 17, 2009 at 11:50am — No Comments

Zhu Zhu Pets Review & Giveaway!

I love working with MomSelect because they give me the opportunity to review and giveaway some pretty cool products!!! This time I had the option to review the entire Zhu Zhu Pets Playset! What a neat concept!



Zhu Zhu Pets are the next best thing (if not the best) to giving your child a cuddly hamster to play with. All the fun without the mess!



The best way to explain Zhu Zhu Pets is that its a fun, interactive hamsters that talk, move and even navigate their way around… Continue

Added by Mommy-momo on September 17, 2009 at 1:41am — 2 Comments

My Baby Started Preschool Today...

I know the time flies by, but the milestones still catch me off guard. How is it that Munch is now off to preschool on her own? It was difficult for me just because I felt torn between being there to drop her off and leaving my kindergartners with a substitute for the second time this week. In the end, I knew she'd be fine with AudioDad, so long as he took lots of pictures! I… Continue

Added by Janice on September 16, 2009 at 11:51pm — No Comments

We are past the halfway point of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

To all of you out there wearing your gold ribbons and spreading the word of how desperately we are in need of research and funding and research and more funding so children don’t have to fight and suffer and die from a disease that every adult is afraid of … thank you! I sincerely appreciate it and am touched by your caring.



Now I hate to say it, but I am so tired. I am so tired of thinking about it, reading about it, screaming about it, crying about it and not getting anyone outside… Continue

Added by Kathy on September 16, 2009 at 10:45pm — No Comments

Decluttering.

Decluttering is the most liberating feeling one can have. Yesterday I decided to tukle my daughter's room. She had so many toys that she didn,t even have a chance to see them because there were too many things. Every time I went into her room, I came across the same mountain of toys. So yesterday, I told myself, no matter what else I have to do, I am putting order in this room and I did. Before starting, I planned to do only a small part, but after seeing that it goes faster than I expected, I… Continue

Added by Galit Lazar on September 16, 2009 at 10:19pm — No Comments

Before The Baby Wakes

Head on over to my blog on blogger! Leave me a comment and say hi!
http://beforethebabywakes.blogspot.com

Added by ALEXANDRIA CAMPBELL on September 16, 2009 at 9:37pm — No Comments

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