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Video: Former Georgia State Senator Nancy Schafer Children's Protective Services is a Criminal Political phenomenon

Speech by Former Georgia State Senator Nancy Schaefer

"What is happening in America regarding Children's Protective Services
is a Criminal Political phenomenon, and it must be brought to an end".

Tags: abuse, child, civil, constitutional, criminal, discrimination, domestic, equality, human, injustice

Added by Teardrops*for*katelynn on March 14, 2009 at 2:09pm — No Comments

Inflammation, Wrinkles, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Heart Disease

Arthritis is called an inflammatory disease and can do great damage to your joiints but recently I read where it can be a major cause of heart disease. The drugs to control inflammation are dangerous so I began a quest for a more natural approach to control inflammation. There is a promising new product about to launch that should control inflammation and I am looking for those who do reviews on their blogs and want to do a review of the product to please email me. We will be accepting just a… Continue

Added by Terri on March 14, 2009 at 10:14am — No Comments

Did I really just say that?!

I can't believe the number of things I hear myself say that just sound ridiculous. Things that I would've never said before I was a parent.


"Give me that booger" (I should just let her wipe it on her clothes if there isn't a tissue around but I am weird that way. Better to have it in my back pocket...for luck, right? lol)

"My shirt is not a kleenex/ paper towel"

"Get your butt off my face"

"No, I don't want to smell your… Continue

Added by Beth on March 14, 2009 at 1:51am — No Comments

Rub A Dub Dub, Is Cancer In Your Tub?

Probable Carcinogens Found in Baby Toiletries

By Lyndsey Layton

Washington Post Staff Writer

Friday, March 13, 2009; Page A04

More than half the baby shampoo, lotion and other infant care products analyzed by a health advocacy group were found to contain trace amounts of two chemicals that are believed to cause cancer, the organization said yesterday.

Some of the biggest names on the market, including Johnson & Johnson Baby Shampoo and… Continue

Added by Jennifer Nordin on March 14, 2009 at 12:10am — No Comments

The importance of laughter

One thing about our 2 daughters is that they laugh constantly! I'm not talking about the pity laugh you get as a parent when your child is placating you, but the all-out belly laugh, usually brought on by the eating of tummies, or the chasing around the house threatening to tickle until they can't talk anymore. Granted, I've also received the "yeah mom, that was funny" by my 3-year old, but she'll laugh at almost anything. I've realized that their love of laughter has made them hilarious little… Continue

Added by Cheryl Reyes on March 13, 2009 at 9:34pm — No Comments

Teen Well Being

What's more challenging: Being a Teen or Raising a Teen?

The teenage years are a time of transition for both parent and child as each struggles with boundaries of dependence, responsibility and independence. We learn what is ours and what is not. But lets face it, parents have the advantage of years of wisdom and experience, while teens are just getting started.

Teens can be overwhelmed by waves of normal emotional and physical changes as they navigate… Continue

Added by Kate McLaughlin on March 13, 2009 at 8:00pm — No Comments

The Truth About Playgroups

The Truth About Playgroups

Added by Summa on March 13, 2009 at 7:13pm — No Comments

The One That Got Away

The one that got away....

Oh, in my story there are many. I was never a long timer in relationships. I think my longest was a year, and whew, that seemed like an eternity. I always tease Jimmy that he is my longest relationship.

I have the story that I think most girls have.

I've definitely had my heart broken. I've been hurt, lied to, misunderstood, unforgiven, broken up with for no reason, strung along...even cheated on by two different guys who I honestly… Continue

Added by Summa on March 13, 2009 at 6:33pm — No Comments

New Allergy & Sinus Relief

I just updated my website with a new Allergy & Sinus Relief Kit. I know this is a bad time of year for many people and I'm glad to be able to offer some sort of relief from those stinky allergies and sinus problems. Please check it out and tell me what you think>>

Added by Melinda on March 13, 2009 at 4:32pm — 1 Comment

Blog Talk Radio – Twitter By The Sea!

Friday night, at 6:30 Eastern Time, 5:30 Central Time, and so on, (I can never convert for the rest of the nation for some reason), I will be the featured speaker on BLOG TALK RADIO for Twitter by the Sea. You can call in and listen by dialing (646) 929-2940. The show will last 30 minutes. I will discussing the One to One Consulting that we plan to offer along with many other great topics.

If you would like to ask questions, you can go to that link and set up a FREE account and then… Continue

Added by Jerri Ann on March 13, 2009 at 11:38am — No Comments

Fun Fact Friday - The 13th

Iiiiiiiit's FRIDAY!!!

TGI-mother f'in-F!! I have been EXHAUSTED all week long and I'm SO ready for the weekend. This is the first time daylight savings has totally kicked my butt. I haven't worked out once all week! I just can't seem to drag my butt out of bed at 4:00 am what still feels like 4:00 am but is really 5:00 am. My treadmill and I are no longer on speaking terms so I'm thinking I might have to do a little kissing and making up with it… Continue

Added by Jennifer Suarez on March 13, 2009 at 8:30am — No Comments

Tips on Being Frugal and Green!

I want to share some tips with you on how I save money—and who doesn’t want to these days—while being kind to our environment.

1. Save cardboard, address stickers, and toilet rolls for art and craft projects

Growing up in Germany, I remember that my mother always collected little boxes and toilet rolls and would drop them off at our kindergarten when she had saved up a whole bag. We would use those materials for art and craft projects. Do people do that here as well?… Continue

Added by Dagmar Bleasdale on March 13, 2009 at 12:30am — No Comments

Teens, TV and Depression

Increased Viewing = Increased Depression

Every Hour Per Day Your Teen Spends

-Watching television

-Playing on the computer

-Surfing the net

-Playing electronic games

-Listening to…


Added by Kate McLaughlin on March 12, 2009 at 8:00pm — No Comments

Kindle 2 Review

If you'd ever considered the Kindle 2 for yourself and wondered what others think of it, I've written a review at

In short, I was skeptical of liking it, and pleasantly surprised that I actually enjoyed it! I'm a gadget girl, and very into technology but when it comes to books, I'm very old fashioned. I love books and thought that the Kindle would not be something that I could enjoy.

Feel free to check out my entire review at… Continue

Added by Nancy on March 12, 2009 at 4:57pm — No Comments

I'm new to blogging and Momblogers!

Hello! I'm new here to mombloggers and to blogging. I love to write so why not blog?? I have lived in Florida for the past 7 years. I'm married to my hubby now for 12 years and we have two children Josh 11 and Victoria 9. I'm a Stay at Home Mom and I get borred easily but when they get home I'm in full swing. Josh was just diagnosed with ADD last year. Victoria has Cerebral Palsy and apraxia of speech. She has mild CP she can walk and run like any other child it just took her longer to get… Continue

Added by Jennifer Pogan on March 12, 2009 at 3:31pm — 1 Comment



Added by Lygeri on March 12, 2009 at 2:59am — No Comments

Get Fun Free Stuff From Leapfrog

Leapfrog continues to be a great resource for parents. Not only with their products, but now with a fun reading program. To celebrate National Reading Month, you can join the others who have made… Continue

Added by Tracy Greene on March 11, 2009 at 10:30pm — No Comments

Stress Free Strategy #8

Be prepared to wait.

Wherever you're going, whatever errand or task you must perform, assume you will have to wait.

Give yourself 15-30 extra minutes to make the drive and avoid the angst associated with running late and getting caught in traffic. This simple tactic would eliminate road rage if universally… Continue

Added by Kate McLaughlin on March 11, 2009 at 8:00pm — No Comments

My Favorite Blogs

Reading Blogs has opened up a whole new world for me. When Meg, our web designer, asked if we'd like to have a blog as a part of our website we said sure. Not really knowing what a blog really was.

I started asking our vendors to share their favorite blogs with me. I began reading the blogs and found out that each had it's own special niche. Whether it offered special coupons, free merchandise, insight into family events, and other fascinating information. There was a blog for… Continue

Added by Robin on March 11, 2009 at 2:53pm — No Comments

She'll Be Flying Down the Side of a Mountain When She Comes.

Yesterday I wrote about how Red tried to take me to Utah instead of Vermont. Today I am telling you about how she tried to take my life.

It was a dark and rainy night. The moon was an almond sliver in the sky. My GPS system is taking me fro a joy rise all over every the mountain in the Green Mountain State. One mountain road in particular was dark, winding, and terrifying. I look on the GPS to see that I am traveling on this highway to hell for what? 18 miles! Is RED a… Continue

Added by Lydia Dustin on March 11, 2009 at 1:58pm — No Comments

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