Added by TerriAnn van Gosliga on June 5, 2010 at 2:30am — No Comments
I remember when I found out I was pregnant with baby #3. Yahoo! Wonderful. So excited.
Oh, the commitments to myself. ‘Boy, this time I’m going to stay on top of things. I’m going to do plenty of exercise. Eat healthy. Lots of rest.’ You see, pregnancy #2 was full of rich, dairy cravings,
and with my first child just turning one, our walks were just about as
fast as a snail’s pace at that time. Not super-fat-blasting, if you know
Added by Jeanine Ertl on June 1, 2010 at 5:00am — No Comments
Thankful for the 2010 model.
No wait! Not that one. This one!…
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My friend's adorable little guy just had his 1st Birthday, and I was honored that she asked my mom (My Cake Hero) to make the cake. This little guy has a jungle themed nursery, and so to keep with his theme, she wanted a cute little monkey birthday cake, and that's exactly what she got.…Continue
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Recently I was in the market to get something unique, cute and perfect for my "not quite" Sister-In-Law for Mother's Day. It was her first Mother's Day (sorta, cuz she's been a step bonus Mom for a few years, but she just had her first baby last Nov.) So Steve and I wanted to get her something really good for her.…Continue
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So I've officially been a mother now for a little over a year and am celebrating my second Mother's Day. I've had some time to digest this world of fabulous mommyhood ....and although it comes with "those
days".... it also comes with the most amazing, priceless moments I have
My favorite mommy "firsts:"
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I think I’ve mentioned before that I work with babies. Its not a high paying job but its emotionally satisfying. Hopefully soon I’ll find work in my field, but in the meantime I enjoy nurturing the littlest of little ones. One thing I find really interesting about the babies is their names. Names have changed over…Continue
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Let me update you on all the baby momma drama that’s going on in our lives at the moment. It’s relatively quiet after the last fiasco. She hasn’t pulled more shizit.
The latest court date was scheduled for last week, but a big case came through and bumped hubby’s case from the docket. Good thing the lawyer told us this before 6 a.m. that morning so I didn’t stay up until 11 p.m. the night before looking for hubby’s 2008 tax return paperwork – or not.
Added by My Momma Drama on May 5, 2010 at 1:03pm — No Comments
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
Added by Tracy Warner on April 27, 2010 at 2:12am — No Comments
My baby attended her first invitation in a birthday party! Read full blog at http://a-family-tale.blogspot.com
The birthday girl, Alyssa, and my baby Rian
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A gear blog with eco-sensibilities is something of a paradox.
After all, in the (few remaining) greenest parts of our Earth, the only baby gear you'll see is a simple piece of cloth tied into a sling. And this to raise children with legitimate life skills like hunting and building and cooking from scratch. If the point is to raise a family who stands a chance post-Armageddon, perhaps the rest of us are barking up the wrong tree (before cutting it…Continue
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