Monopoly - The Electronic Banking Edition - featuring properties from the Here & Now tm Edition
of the many presents my boys received this Christmas, was this new
modern edition of Monopoly. The new Electronic Banking version
Added by Bad Momma on December 26, 2007 at 9:06pm —
In the spirit of the holidays, today's Blog entry focuses on PLAY. Many of us struggle during this season with children whose sensory issues can not take in all the activities, noises and smells of the season. In short, they seem to find it difficult to play.
A while back, Melitsa from Play-Activities contacted me about her site. I checked it out and… Continue
Added by Elizabeth Coplan on December 24, 2007 at 11:14am —
Just when I thought I couldn't take any more depressing Holiday news
stories, I saw this gem of an article that left me choked up. It has
all the makings of a Holiday classic. I bet Hollywood will buy the
story rights and make a movie!
The Rev. Hamilton Coe
Throckmorton gave each adult in his congregation $50 and the goal of
using their God-given talents to double the money to raise funds for
the church's mission work.
To find out what happened, click… Continue
Added by Bad Momma on December 22, 2007 at 8:16pm —
I've been thinking a lot about passion lately. Not romantic passion (puh-lease). I'm talking about the kind of passion that inspires us to action!
You know the feeling. It kicks off when you get a great idea, when you experience something inspiring, or when you think about something you truly enjoy doing. For me, the feeling starts off as a thought or voice in my head. Then it moves down to my belly and tingles there a bit before welling up into my chest and exploding into sheer… Continue
Added by Mommy B on December 20, 2007 at 2:15pm —
Damn the holidays. My yo-yo weight is cycling downward once again, but it's not happening nearly fast enough. I can only get my cute velvet party pants up to my knees, which spells Christmas trouble with a capital T. Christmas is not the same without my party pants. Last week I was finally reduced to purchasing a fluffy black turtleneck from the Gap to hide my gigantic ass. My self-esteem is spiraling downward at a rapid clip which sounds much like BB gun fired right at my eye.
Added by Amanda on December 17, 2007 at 2:04pm —
Single motherhood, getting acclimated to my new job, wrapping up school, and just plain tiredness, have all contributed to the delay of this post. Several days ago Vegan Momma
tagged me in a post titled "What's One of Your Favorite Photos?"
There are no specifics listed so I'm assuming this selection can be any photo I like. It was really difficult to… Continue
Added by Dara on December 16, 2007 at 5:45pm —
My son's teacher, and our good friend, suffered a major stroke earlier in the school year. His recovery is slow but steady. He's an amazing man. His wife is an inspiration to all of us as we individually deal with our own challenges. Almost every day, Judy writes on her husband's Care Page, letting all of their family and friends know what major or minor progress Kim made since the last time she posted. Today, at the bottom of her update, Judy… Continue
Added by Elizabeth Coplan on December 15, 2007 at 7:37pm —
Reason # 3 - They make good blankets!
When my children were smaller, I loved to take naps with them. ( so did my husband, pictured here )
Babies are warm & snuggly and little heat factories! Sadly, I understood
why Michael Jackson affectionately called his son… Continue
Added by Bad Momma on December 15, 2007 at 7:29pm —
Reason #2 - Cheap Labor
" Billy-Bob-Joe-Bubba-Harris Jr. the 3rd." - 10 years old
Note the many breaks, mostly to either watch a cartoon or play a video game.
I guess you get what you pay… Continue
Added by Bad Momma on December 13, 2007 at 9:10pm —
Reason 1.: They provide you with fine art!
Alex - Age 9
Colin - Age 6… Continue
Added by Bad Momma on December 13, 2007 at 9:09pm —
Being a single mom living with my parents is wearing on me. I know I will get used to it but I get lonely, especially when i am PMSing. (which duh, is normal anway) This is not how I dreamed it. i wanted to have a baby with a man who would love me until the end of time. i wanted to put the baby down at night and stay up watching movies and cuddling with my hubby. I miss sleeping with someone at night, i miss the warmth. I feel like the dating scene will be so much more… Continue
Added by Christina on December 10, 2007 at 10:55pm —
This is the first time I can remember in 100 years when we went to get a Christmas tree and it was easy. We hadn't really picked a time to go get one this year. We usually do it around the first week of December, "around" being a loose term for "when mommy and daddy feel up to it." There have been some years when the snow has been 17 feet high and we can barely make out the tree branches, which are usually stuck together in a circular mess, needles frozen to heaven and other years where it… Continue
Added by Amanda on December 10, 2007 at 5:46pm —
...a poem to kick off my very first post. I think this blog will do wonders for my insanity. Being able to vent without paying a stranger one-hundred dollars makes me smile. I will just vent to one-hundred perfect strangers for FREE!
my journal is lined with pages of my past, my present, and hopes of my future. Continue
everyday writing my story page by page, line by line
days go by, i go on living, weeks go by, i still keep breathing,
years go by my heart…
Added by Christina on December 9, 2007 at 11:25pm —
Please come visit my blog at www.thewidloefamily.com for my daily happenings.
I like to come over to the mom bloggers club to share photos and videos, but I want to keep all of my blog post in one spot!
Added by Susie on December 7, 2007 at 9:19am —
Ho hum.....whoa is me. Yet another sweet, well intentioned mama led astray by her deeply trusted yet ignorant and most likely sold out family physician. Ho hum
Grant has a new baby at his day care; an adorable 3 month old whose older sister attends as well. I was ecstatic to hear that he was being nursed while mom was on a nice a phat 3 month maternity leave. Upon seeing the bottles, I asked if she was sending pumped milk. No she wasnt. Bummer. But thats cool....you can supplement… Continue
Added by paula on December 5, 2007 at 8:20pm —
Added by Mary-Frances on December 4, 2007 at 9:00am —
My husband and I watched the Colts/Jaguars football game Sunday afternoon. (big Peyton Manning fan here!) During the first quarter there were three challenges to the officials’ calls. Most games don’t even have one, but three during the first quarter seemed unusual.
A challenge can be made if the coach disagrees with a call. If the call is reversed, then it’s good for the challengers. If it stands, the challenging coach loses a time out in addition to whatever disadvantage the call… Continue
Added by Tara R. on December 3, 2007 at 2:15pm —
It's that time of the year again. The time of year when my husband spends 99.9% of his free time outside. The time of year when I can press my naked breasts up against the kitchen windows without getting so much as a second glance. My husband, who will occasionally smile and give me a gratuitous wave when he takes the time to notice me, will continue to skate for seven more hours without heed. Why does he do this you may ask? It's because he has all he needs for fueling his pleasures right… Continue
Added by Amanda on December 3, 2007 at 11:12am —
Five local high school students were hospitalized yesterday after taking some anti-depressants one of them brought to school.
Of those, four were released from the hospital and taken to another facility for mental evaluations and one remains in intensive care. It wasn’t reported how many of the pills these students took. A sixth student, who took only one pill, was not hospitalized.
The 10th- and 11th graders took…
Added by Tara R. on November 30, 2007 at 11:31am —
Added by Liz on November 28, 2007 at 4:56pm —