Added by Shahana Shafiuddin on May 18, 2015 at 1:54pm — No Comments
Considering adoption? Consider making a difference in the life of a teenager! Teen Adoption
Grow your social media and join me in Get Ready for Summer Event. There are still plenty of spots to add your giveaway to the hop as well as spots left for Dexas and Slendertone giveaway.
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At a recent happy hour with my coworkers, we started talking about our 21st birthdays. There were the usual tales of being taken out by friends to have their first legal drink, with lots of admissions that they had had alcohol well before that milestone birthday.
When it came to me, I told the truth: I…
Added by Lauren Markman on May 18, 2015 at 6:35am — No Comments
I think most of us could claim by now to be close to if not already experts in this area. BUT...I was quite surprised myself on some things I didn't know about face washes- like what they put in them for example or what ingredients and types of face washes are…Continue
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Tamanu oil comes from the tamanu tree and is originally from tropical Southeast Asia and can also be…Continue
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Lets face it, raising kids is difficult, but there is an extra added stress when you and your partner disagree on each other's parenting styles. It is difficult to focus on what is important when your main focus is who is right or wrong. Most parents choose to parent how…
I am so proud of my son! A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about regressive behavior. My son was going
through it and I felt it would be nice to enlighten other parents who were going through the same situation I was in and how to deal with it. No matter how much you research and read up on the subject remember that patients is key when it comes to dealing with your toddlers regressive behaviors.
It will pass!
and that is why I am so proud of my son. He has…Continue
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There's one common reason to write in both difficult times and joyous times.
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You guys, I have to tell you something. And it’s something that you already know.
Being a mom is one of the greatest joys you’ll ever have. And it’s also one of the hardest.
Sometimes, I feel like the world is pushing on me to put forth this image of motherhood perfection. Because that’s what you see across a lot of social media, blogs, media and the like. That push makes it so easy to feel like you’re alone in your parenting fears, fails, and hard moments. But…Continue
Getting ready to relax can be a task on it's own!
Added by Dianna Ortiz on May 15, 2015 at 3:32pm — No Comments
Summer season is here and that means an abundance of unaccompanied minors traveling to see grandparents, friends, relatives or even a parent in another state. Here are some tips that makes this process a little less stressful.
1. Make sure your child can handle the experience of flying on their own. As we know the hustle and bustle of airports can be overwhelming not only for children but for adults too.
2. Carefully review the airline's policies for handling…Continue
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"We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time."
- T. S. Eliot
This summer, the girls are getting their first passports.
But we're not heading en…Continue
Added by Lauren Markman on May 15, 2015 at 6:25am — No Comments
Title: Help Your Child to Thrive: Making the Best of a Struggling Public Education System
Genre: Non-fiction, parenting, education
Author: Liane Brouillette
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Summer provides a great opportunity for families to focus on health. Not only is the summer a big grilling season, but a season of fresh fruit and vegetables, which can be found at the Clabber Girl Farmer’s Market. The Market provides a wonderful opportunity to spend time together as a family learning about local produce, fresh baked breads and granola and even dog treats. Now every person in the Wabash Valley may not be experienced in the culinary arts, and the very thought of cooking at…Continue
Spring is here which means time to be outside! Man, did that winter feel like forever. Spring allows all of these wonderful opportunities for play and crafts with our kids. I am not the crafty type, unfortunately. Throw me into a playground, a park, a soccer field, and I will have the time of my life with McKinley. Give me a box of construction paper and pipe cleaners and you’ve lost me.
Fortunately for you, my sister Kristen, mother of two darling toddlers, is the crafty type! As…Continue