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My story began with takeout ... Or rather the high cost…Continue
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Monday, my least favourite day of the week. With "My Best Life" I have decided that every week I will commit to a strategy in order to make my life more positive.
Reflection on Last Week's Strategy
I shared last week that I would....
Added by Jennifer | The Deliberate Mom on January 24, 2011 at 9:47am — No Comments
I gave my daughter permission to take some pictures with the camera and did not watch her taking pictures. I am kind of glad I didn't because it made me laugh when I put the memory stick in the computer. I usually just go through and delete her pictures but I had to keep some of these this time. This… Continue
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Your rigging hangs loose; it cannot hold the mast firm in place or keep the sail spread out., Isaiah 33:23...you've pushed yourself beyond your limits, which has resulted in BURNOUT! Yes, the devil's aim is to keep the beloved perpetually worn out! Then he wages attacks, you're too exhausted to do anything about.
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name) the sheep, because she was a clone. People were up in arms thinking that the human counter part to cloning sheep could not be too far away.
I can't help thinking, why is this a BAD idea?
Added by Angie Schweitzer on January 23, 2011 at 11:31pm — No Comments
It's winter. You send your children off to school wearing hats, scarves and jackets to keep them warm. What about their lunch boxes? Fill your child's school lunch boxes with warm winter treats to help warm their stomachs as well.
SOUPS & STEWS are always a great option for winter…
Added by Christy on January 23, 2011 at 11:28pm — No Comments
As each year passes in a child’s life, there is always a birthday waiting to becelebrated and an eager child waiting for a celebration with friends, balloons,cakes and of course presents. Children with birthdays in late spring, summer and early fall have the luxury of endless birthday party possibilities such as…Continue
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I have been meaning to write this post since last summer. I have traveled a lot pre-baby, and even after my son was born we traveled by airplanes when he was only 3 months old, then again at 8 months. Then it was time to travel yet again, this time it was an international flight, over the atlantic, me and baby…Continue
I have a hard time with the ning network... I find really good groups I want to join (such as this one) but instead of joining ning ONCE and having access to all groups, I keep having to re-join each group seperately.
This is confusing cause a member should be able to see all their groups, posts & photos from their profile--- but we don't!
Any advice on how to deal with this…
Two days ago, my daughter brought home a very adorable surprise! Her name is Minnie, she weighs about 6 pounds from what little we know, she’s a Chihuahua Wire Fox Terrier.
Long story short, her owner couldn’t keep her, gave her to a neighbor but neighbor had too many small children who were rough with her. My daughter heard the puppy was going to the pound cause no one wanted her, so she brought Minnie…
I've by now heard all this silly controversy over Amy Chau's book Tiger Mom, or whatever it's called. I happened to be at Yale for a book signing so thought I would go meet this woman. I was wearing one of my typical but awesome outfits; straight tight jeans, a very hard to find, but perfect fitting white T, high, black boots, and a black leather jacket.
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