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After watching The Baby dance around the kitchen singing her own ridiculously inappropriate version of Funky Funky Fresh…(WORD!), that made me burst out in to ridiculously inappropriate laughter, that I then did a ridiculously dismal job of hiding from her, I realized I was long overdue for another post sharing those wonderfully entertaining moments. And just for those who are new to Crazy Town, the residents in question are as follows:…Continue
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During pregnancy, I go into survival mode. I function in a focused way, with each feeling and action being amplified and less circuitous.
Hungry seems to instantly become starving–EAT!
Thirsty one moment feels dehydrated the next–DRINK!
Tired quickly becomes exhausted–SLEEP!
And those dirty dishes…well, they always reminded me that I was hungry, thirsty and tired–Yes, and…Continue
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Mom's Make Dinner Special
Focus on the Family knows that eating dinner together makes for great family memories! So they want to know how you
make dinner special for your…
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Do you not know that in a race all the runners run, but only one gets the prize? Run in such a way as to get the prize. , 1 Corinthians 9:24...integrity
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“You can hold back from suffering of the world,
you have permission to do so,
and it is in accordance with your nature,
but perhaps this very holding back
is the one suffering you could have avoided.” ~ Franz Kafka
Several years ago I approached my GP about my insomnia problems. She’s a DO (osteopathic doctor), but at the time I…Continue
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My daughter had her first piano recital this past Saturday. She did an awesome. We were so afraid that she would end up chickening out or mess up and start crying on stage. Friday night hubby started talking to me about how he thought she shouldn’t sing – just play the piano (to make it easier on her). I was like, great – thanks for waiting until the night before to express your feelings.
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My 7-year-old son had a cold this week so I kept him home one day to rest.
I still haven’t recovered.
Just a few extra hours together has produced a maelstrom of…Continue
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I posted a blog recently about the value of saying “No” to kids. The gist was:
1) Your kids will be fine if they don’t get what they want all the time.
2) If you’re going to say “No” then be sure to follow through – unless you like to lead the double life of parent and white noise machine.
I just discovered another good time to say “No”– when it comes to buying them nice things. Ya know why? Because they don’t…Continue
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