Blogmania is a two day event in September that will bring thousands of others to each of the over 100 bloggers participating's sites to enter in the mania. Sponsors provide their product in exchange for the PR for their business or product.
My theme in honor of my deployed husband is Home for the Holidays as he will get to come home in November for his half way mark of spending a year in Kuwait for two weeks.
If you sponsor a product, you will… Continue
Added by Judy Joy on May 19, 2010 at 6:38am —
Get all of your mom friends, neighbors together to make tutus and tuques for children in hospitals battling cancer and long term illnesses.…
Added by Brenda Bradfield on May 19, 2010 at 1:53am —
Given the last few weeks, I think I’m far better off keeping it *basically* wordless today…I’ve managed to dodge sharing much of anything lately for various & a sundry reasons. I’d hate for the floodgates to suddenly open & have Wordless Wednesday fall by the wayside! And yes, I’ll be dodging it yet again tomorrow…I’m positively giddy to have The Best Friend posting for… Continue
Added by Tracy Warner on May 19, 2010 at 1:29am —
Added by Johanna M. Cook on May 18, 2010 at 11:05pm —
A new year, 2010. Each year since Emma's earthly body left us I feel a sense of growth and disbelief.
Growth in my faith, relationship with the Lord and amazement how far the Lord has carried me through this journey. He is forever faithful and I know fully well pain is a blessing. Yet, I still feel a sense of unbelief at how quickly the years pass. In May, this year will mark the fifth year since Emma's death. Five years?? That is the length of time it takes to have a… Continue
Added by Mommy Grits on May 18, 2010 at 5:16pm —
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Added by Michelle on May 18, 2010 at 4:47pm —
On Mother’s Day, Owen ran a fever of 101.8 so I kept him out of
school on Monday. He recovered quickly, only to learn the age-old,
hard-knock lesson discovered by countless generations of six-year-old
boys before him: Poison ivy is friend to no grade schooler
Endlessly red, puffy and itchy, he stayed home with me again on Friday.
Like many moms, when my child hurts, my maternal instincts heighten and unfailingly force me into slight panic mode.… Continue
Added by Gig Girl on May 18, 2010 at 4:15pm —
Have you ever thought about putting that blogging expertise to better use? If you know a lot about a topic, create a product that you can offer to your readers.
Everyone is developing digital products. It is truly a stroke of genius. Why do people come to the Internet in the first place? They come for information. Instead of letting them root around the search engines Continue
for bits and pieces, give them all that they need in one place – your…
Added by Manon Leroux on May 18, 2010 at 3:12pm —
admit when it comes to parenting I strive for perfection. I try very
hard to give my kids the best that I can. I send them to a good school. I
make sure they eat right. Physical activity is also a big part of their
Sometimes I work too hard at becoming the "perfect mom,"
and it backfires. Last night was a… Continue
Added by Cascia on May 18, 2010 at 2:56pm —
When was the last time you changed your windshield wiper blades
? I'm guessing you probably can't remember. Wiper blades play a major role in safe driving
, yet most drivers consider them just another part on their car that needs to be replaced.
According to a recent survey, 78 percent of motorists only change their wiper… Continue
Added by Marcy Watson on May 18, 2010 at 2:43pm —
Dog wellness advice on the chat today is with regards to lead poisoning in pets. Lead toxicity or lead poisoning is medically known as Plumbism, and refers to poisoning due to ingestion or inhalation of products containing lead. When lead based paint is on the walls its fine, but when it is disturbed, causing dust and chips of paint to fall to the ground, this is where the problem starts. Dogs especially will ingest pieces of paint - particularly puppies. The dust… Continue
Added by Michel Jayne Bigardi on May 18, 2010 at 2:05pm —
Don't rate me on a scale from 1 to 10
...that's a modern
method for ignorant boys not wise men...evil images, society has
drilled in. It's as primitive as a club and a yell! I prefer the
biblical scale...for it characterizes me very well. Strength, Wisdom
and Kindness...not lazy, weak or mindless. Fashioned by God...not
styled by the designer mob.
If you had your pick of the litter...which would you… Continue
Added by Mommy Dearest on May 18, 2010 at 1:51pm —
lovely days and have given us the…
Added by Mama Hen on May 18, 2010 at 1:30pm —
…because I’m the type of Mommy who…
Has an underwear drawer full of pixie dust, tiny note paper, & brightly coloured pens ready & waiting for The Tooth Fairy…as opposed to an underwear drawer full of thongs, sensual oils, & batteries for my sex toys.
Has a two foot tall elf named Beans (’cause he’s full of ‘em!) that sits on the… Continue
Added by Tracy Warner on May 18, 2010 at 12:54pm —
While we dog lovers have hearts three time the normal size when it comes to our Canine friends, we need to make sure we remember that they are dogs, and some human items are simply not good for them, and can even be toxic to their system.… Continue
Added by Michel Jayne Bigardi on May 18, 2010 at 12:36pm —
If you are considering adding a dog to your family it is important to understand all that is entailed with being a successful, happy dog owner and ensuring you have a happy healthy dog. Of course, there are many things to know and… Continue
Added by Michel Jayne Bigardi on May 18, 2010 at 12:11pm —
Helping the Mommas is a network of blogs dedicated to helping moms save money. Written by moms for moms!
If you love using coupons, be sure to visit Your Coupon Helper. This site is updated daily with all of the hottest coupons and coupon codes.…
Added by Janet O'Connor on May 18, 2010 at 12:04pm —
I'm thinking about the summer....dreaming of July 1, when mine really starts (last day of work!) But just as soon as I start dreaming....it turns into a nightmare...You know. It goes something like this:
We sleep in a little later, eat a leisure breakfast, do a few chores, play outside before the blistering temperatures get the best of us. Then we eat lunch, read a little....and then........WHAT?
Read More… Continue
Added by Gina on May 18, 2010 at 11:46am —
Back when I was a teenager (in prehistoric times), girls did not have nearly the pressures they have today. Without cell phones and the Internet, there was no need to be constantly on, so there was more time Continue
to relax. There also wasn't the same urgency to beef up the college
resume with hundreds of clubs and AP courses and we didn't have parents
that signed us up for every activity known to man. However, we still
had problems, and there were very few resources…
Added by Jennifer on May 18, 2010 at 11:18am —