This letter has been 3 years in the making and many times written and erased. It brings me to tears when I think of all I want to say to you and all I would ask if I meet you. It also puts the realization into the fore front that my children, these three beautiful creatures are not just part of me, but part of an unknown! Everyday I look at them and watch them grow I can clearly see me in them, but the other parts, the ones that are so obviously not me, I can only assume…Continue
Added by Allison Rouble on February 7, 2012 at 7:34pm — No Comments
More often then not I get asked “Did you need help to get pregnant?” “Did you have to use IVF?” “Do twins run in your family?” because I have twins. My initial reaction is to respond “Non-of your F@*#ing business”, but a smarter part of me tells my brain to answer politely even although it really is no ones business how I became pregnant, they are only asking out of shear curiosity and not meaning me any harm or hurt feelings. But I also always wonder if they would really want to hear the…Continue
Added by Allison Rouble on January 29, 2012 at 7:40pm — No Comments
Drinking age is 21, voting age is 18, Facebook age is 13. Is this FB age "limit" arbitrary? I am a mom of three and a child and adult psychotherapist. I write about a variety of parenting issues. Please visit my latest "Parenting Matters" blog post. Check it out. Is 13 an arbitrary age to join Facebook?
Added by Ruth Migler on November 6, 2011 at 9:47am — No Comments
Letting go seemed as though it has been a major theme in my life this year. I had to let go of my daughter. She went away to college. I had to let go of my middle son. He went away to college. And I had to let go of my eldest son who transitioned from completing college to entering the workforce. Many people ask me, “How does it feel to know that all of your children are ‘grown’ and ‘gone’. I usually respond, “It feels different!”
Learning to let go can be difficult. For me, I thought…Continue
Added by Tunya Griffin on October 13, 2011 at 11:54am — No Comments
Remember turning around in the store and suddenly your child wasn’t there? Usually you find them within moments, but that sick feeling in the pit of your stomach reminds you that not every parent will be so lucky. Every year thousands of children become victims of crime – whether it’s through kidnappings, violent attacks, or sexual abuse, according to the FBI’s Crimes…Continue
Added by Linda Criddle on August 20, 2011 at 5:30am — No Comments
Even if my sense of fashion has turned to t-shirts jeans and flipflops everyday,
I try to keep my daughter dressed stylishly. (At least when we are in public!)
Here is a review of my favorite baby/kids shoe company: Click below to read more.
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Dear readers, I'm back! I've just returned from a fantastic vacation to California to visit my family. It was quite the adventure getting there because it was D2's first plane ride. To say I was nervous about travelling across the country on my own with a toddler is an understatement. At almost 20 months, D2 is very active and loathes sitting in his car seat for more than a…Continue
Added by Portia Mount on July 10, 2011 at 11:14pm — No Comments
Mommy Whispers is a keepsake children's book that depicts the special relationship between a mother and her daughter through each stage of their lives and ultimately, the power of prayer and faith in God through it all.…Continue
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Added by Memorable Children Books & Gifts on February 25, 2011 at 4:08pm — No Comments
House of Gucci, synonym of luxury, success and status had recently added children’s line under its glorious belt. Gucci’s Children’s collection is designed in the best traditions of casual and nautical chic. Styling Gucci inspired outfits for less is easy-breezy thanks to the high popularity of the nautical style and casual chic trends sweeping every brand and retailer this…Continue
Added by Julia Angel on February 21, 2011 at 3:31pm — No Comments
Today I read the story of a mother.
An amazing story. An example for all. I think it's worth, we who are parents, look for your posts and learn a little with this mother.
This is the address of her blog:…
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Adventures in Alaska written by Ron Hirschi and illustrated by Yuko Green
The story is about Sarah and Cole as they visit Alaska with their parents on an adventure to all corners of the 49th state. Sending post cards to their classmates back home in Pickerington.
The story tells about…
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God Gave Us So Much by Lisa Tawn Bergren and beautifully illustrated by Laura J Bryant, a limited-Edition Three Book Treasury.
God Gave Us So Much combines three books in one: God Gave Us So Much, God Gave us Love, and God Gave us Heaven.
Every story has is about the…
Added by Memorable Children Books & Gifts on January 4, 2011 at 5:07pm — No Comments
Who in the heck is Santa Claus and why is he the one that gets all of the credit? I'm one of those "new age" mommies. I have long discussions with my 5 year old son, I let him know that his opinion is always valid, but, of course, not as valid as mine. I believe that a lie is a lie and it is a written law that it can not happen in our house, or, there will be a "time out". So, given the fact that I have made this rule, law, how can I in good conscious teach my son about this overweight…Continue
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