I am the coordinator of the "Blogging Out Hunger" campaign to benefit the Community FoodBank of New Jersey and I am asking anyone who has a New Jersey based blog to please join us on December 15th, for the "We Can't Let This Bank Fail" campaign to help raise awareness and compel New Jerseyans to take action. The FoodBank's cupboards are bare, and it is imperative that we all step up. Please see below for more details.
Our goal is to get 100 New Jersey… Continue
Added by Debbie on December 8, 2008 at 8:53am —
Alright, go check it out real quick before I have to add a new post for today.
December 23, 2008 will be "Shout Out for USA" day on Kat Logic. We'll be sharing stories and sending shout outs to the members of our armed forces. Regardless of your views on the war, this holiday season we need to stand behind our troops and let them (and their families) know they're appreciated beyond measure. Let's see how many shout outs we can send their way December… Continue
Added by Katrina Wampler on December 8, 2008 at 8:33am —
First off, THANK YOU for stopping by today. I have been planning The Best in Baby Scrapbooking for about two months and I am so excited that the week has finally arrived and that you are here.
To those of you that are new, let me quickly introduce myself. My name is Jessica Turner. I am married to Matthew
and we have a 5-month old named Elias. He rocks our world. I work full time at a fabulous marketing/pr firm in Nashville… Continue
Added by Jessica Turner on December 8, 2008 at 7:25am —
Macy's did! Macy's definitely believes in Santa! Mail your letters to Santa at Macy's and feel good all day long.
Why? Because Macy's also believes in The Make A Wish Foundation.
To get the scoop click on over to:
Enjoy this Holiday Season Everyone!
Added by Meglyn on December 8, 2008 at 3:09am —
Copy Paste from Juliana's Site
This is the time that I am waiting for, it's time to officially launch my new online shop Juliana's Bits & Pieces. Why today? Because today is also our 4th wedding anniversary. This is one of my biggest dreams and I am glad that I can manage it before the end of this year.…
Added by Juliana RW on December 8, 2008 at 1:34am —
Tonight my Weatherbug is showing 17 degrees with a windchill of 1 degree. Yes that's right folks, 1 degree. In my book it's still fall. I can handle the 30s this time of year but when wind chill enters the conversation, I'm ready to pull the covers over my head.
Wake me in the spring!
Added by Sandra Hamlett on December 7, 2008 at 10:16pm —
Mommy Executive will feature moms with inspiring stories and how they "Keep it Together". Check out this weeks story at http://mommyexecutive.blogspot.com
Don't Rock That Baby!
Added by Ann Tillage on December 7, 2008 at 9:01pm —
Last nite I stayed up until 3 a.m. for some reason...stayed up with my husband watching movies actually. It seemed like the only time we have together anymore...with the kids and his internship taking away from our time we don't have much for each other anymore. But unfortunately, I woke up really late and did not feel like doing anything this day. But my daughter insisted we go to church and how could I deny that to her. And so I begrudgingly get myself together to go.
Today the… Continue
Added by MammaDeak on December 7, 2008 at 5:23pm —
Apparently, I missed it again.
The airing of Oprah's Favorite Things- Holiday Edition.
The show aired on November 26, 2008. It will probably air again over the winter break.
From what I hear, the show did not follow the usual format of lavish gifts.
Oprah said that she could not in good conscience give away lavish gifts in such a time of economic trouble. This year's episode would be entitled "How to Have the Thriftiest Holiday Ever!"
As an… Continue
Added by Harriet B on December 7, 2008 at 3:00pm —
My twins love to play on the bath tube ..
I also ofered some of my soaps to my friends and their said for their kids their prefer this particular one.
Goat and Coconut Milk with Honey and Oatmeal
This soap is made with goats milk and coconut milk , both are a natural, soothing skin cleanser and moisturizer. We add oatmeal which calms irritated skin and honey which adds moisturizes to the skin. Coconut-oil infused soap moistures the skin. It's delicate, non-oily, and… Continue
Added by Natural Maria on December 7, 2008 at 2:07pm —
I posted an article on My Mommy Manual
about teaching unconditional love. It had some great responses from parents and parenting experts. Thought this would be interesting to my Mommy Bloggers group too! :)
Feel free to add your comments!
Added by Ria on December 7, 2008 at 8:51am —
I have some giveaways and I want to prove to my sponsort that it is worth their time and money to let me host a review and giveaway. How do you advertise?
I have some giveaways if you would like to enter.
Then along Came an Angel
79.00 Mystery Prize… Continue
Added by Louise on December 7, 2008 at 12:53am —
Here's my latest 2kids blog post about a version of Bingo that we play to practice reading skills:
Added by Jeanne Elle on December 6, 2008 at 11:33pm —
Teens being teens!
Those of you busy parenting teens know that while it's not the easiest job, it is a job full of surprises, love, lessons and usually, never boring.
At www.parententalguidancerequired.blogspot.com the series covers the importance of our communication skills, and how we interact with our kids.
Do you have a teen topic you would like to read more on? Please comment on… Continue
Added by Meglyn on December 6, 2008 at 11:30pm —
I can easily point the finger of blame at my mother. When I was four she enrolled me in the Weekly Reader Book Club. Two brand new books a month arrived addressed to me. I can still remember the first two, Danny the Dinosaur and Sammy the Seal by Syd Hoff. I digested these books until I knew every line. Two new books found a space on my bookshelf every month. By the time I reached first grade, I had more books than the library in my classroom.
I had a library card too but during the… Continue
Added by Sandra Hamlett on December 6, 2008 at 9:20pm —
What do you get when you combine the following?
5 bottles of wine
3 bottles of champagne
3 batches of chocolate chip cookies
1 box of macaron cookies from Ladurée
2 hours of free time
LOTS of gossip
Last night was bookclub night. We spent only 30 minutes discussing the book we were supposed to read and the rest of the time laughing, eating, drinking,… Continue
Added by La Mom on December 6, 2008 at 5:48pm —
I found out some Bed News... I knew this was going to turn out this way... I just knew it!
I didn’t start smoking until I was 18... My whole family smoked in front of me. So I decided if I was going to die from second hand smoke then I may as well smoke the real thing... I started to smoke... I am now 25 years old.... I had quite for both pregnancy’s, however it never lasted long... The second time I had quit I told my self I would never go back to that filthy habit again...
However I… Continue
Added by Sarah McLean on December 6, 2008 at 8:36am —
It's almost Christmas and I am freaking out! I have no job, I am a student at Medix School in Brantford.... PSW Coarse... Trying to get it right for once and it seems, yet again I screwed up! I should have gone for schooling after Christmas, So I could have a job and have money for gifts for my son... What was I thinking? I was thinking of the fututre, I was thinking of how great it would be to have a career and not a job....
But I am still GRRRRISH about it.... Why?
Added by Sarah McLean on December 6, 2008 at 8:04am —
Today is very special addition of Fun Fact Friday because it is my baby girl's birthday. Miss Kayla Grace Suarez is 2 years old today, and in her honor I'm going to share a fact about her.
When Kayla was only 4 months old, she caught whooping cough.
Yes, the real deal, actual whooping cough. She was up to date on all her immunizations, but whooping cough is one of those immunizations that you get in stages. Because of her young age she only had one of the shots so far… Continue
Added by Jennifer Suarez on December 5, 2008 at 2:30pm —
For the first time in my life, I am feeling like one of the older members in the crowd. By older, I mean a bit over 45. I have one child in college and a junior in high school which means, I'm kind of looking forward to the next stage of my life- empty nesting.
I am offering the following as a pseudo big sister. I've been where many of you are. We all have our opinions, thank goodness, so take it for what it's worth.
1. Kids will potty train when they are… Continue
Added by Harriet B on December 5, 2008 at 12:16pm —