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I think I need help getting more interesting content for my readers. I'd love to have some guest bloggers featured on the site. If you're interested email email@example.com and use the subject line "Guest Blogger."
Harry Potter has one.
Game of Thrones has one.
Breaking Bad has one.
Now, parents of tweens have one!…Continue
Added by Tiffany Benyacko on August 14, 2015 at 5:34am — No Comments
It is a given fact: Blogging is a perfect way to reach out to millions of people around the world through the use of words and pictures. It serves as our voice for the issues that we’re so afraid to speak but too brave to write about. During its advent, a lot of people became interested in blogging. And why not? It’s, more often than not, free, simple, easy-to-use and at the same time, powerful.
With just a few clicks, almost anyone can read your thoughts, opinions…Continue
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I cannot be the only one…who was filled with dread after they glanced ahead at their child’s school calendar and saw the words “Kindergarten Field Trip to The Zoo” printed on the page. I immediately envisioned Sonny Boy, tears streaming down his chubby little six year old cheeks, crying in a little alcove outside the gorilla exhibit, lonely and lost at the zoo on his first field trip. My heart started racing and I knew I had to find out all the…
Added by Janice Perry on May 9, 2014 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Every day, I sift through my emails and review the latest parent research. Links have taken me to information about the importance of Mommy sleep to the idea that your child's name will indicate their future job. There is the…Continue
Welcome to my page! Thank you for stopping by Uplifting Families. I wanted to take the time and thank all of those people that have made Uplifting Families successful. Without your love and support, my blog wouldn’t be where it is today. I started blogging in November of 2011, shortly after my youngest son was born, because I wanted to help other mother’s…Continue
Added by Christy Garrett on August 13, 2013 at 8:50pm — No Comments
My website is sitll in developement but I want to feature a blogroll on the homepage and would like any all mommy bloggers to give me their html script for the button so I can place it on the right hand side of the home page. All buttons will be there for up to a year (FREE) since we are still so new. I'm trying to provide content to the site and thought this was a good way to do it. Please feel free to join my site and also promote your blog. Thanks!
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Added by Moms Thoughts on May 4, 2013 at 10:48am — No Comments
I'm brainstorming here. I'd like this to be well thought out resonating post of parenting rationalization but the truth is that I'm sitting at my desk shocked by interactions that have taken place between myself and my teenage daughter in the past week, things that have come out of nowhere.
I know that over the past year I've come to a sort of mid-life-crisis in parenting similar to that of the 40 year old man that is mid-life minus the new Porsche and Viagra. My daughter is turning…Continue
Added by Brandy Burke on July 1, 2012 at 5:20pm — No Comments
I am not even sure what started the screaming match between my daughter and I, but all of a sudden our family dinner turned to tears and snot, grounding and a bunch of things being said – I don't know how it gets so out of control so quickly. She's so sweet and little until she decides she's grown.
I don't understand how you can clearly hatefully disrespect someone and then be like “I didn't do anything wrong” - so while we were sitting there playing the blame game it occurred to me…Continue
Added by Brandy Burke on July 1, 2012 at 4:45pm — No Comments
Both my girls have their fair share of anxiety - I can be credited for passing that down to them, I guess. Neither one is worse than the other, and while their anxieties are similar, they're also pretty different and have to be handled differently.
Brooke is indecisive and has separational anxiety - she wants to spend the night with a friend, but then calls me at 10:30 not able to sleep, she invites friends over but decides later that she wishes they would leave. She wants to go to…Continue
Added by Brandy Burke on June 30, 2012 at 9:49pm — No Comments
Driving traffic to your new blog is hard work.…
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This story takes place a couple of years ago when Jake was in 3rd grade and ranks a magnitude 10 on the Richtor scale of embarrassment. This was when I was working again full time and less hopeless (I joke). Anyway, Craig and I usually spent our weekends…
It's official! Trying to get my kids ready for school is like waging a full fledged war on time-management! Let me break down this morning's routine as we prepare to breach the castle like some sort of crazed screaming barbarians. And yes, someone will be calling to confirm my reservation at the nut…Continue
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With a young son, Christmas was not a major production although we all strived to make it special. It was important that baby’s first Christmas be filled with special memories we will share with him through pictures and stories when he’s a little older. But of course, our good intentioned gifts were not so well received.
In early November when my son went through a surge of developmental milestones, I upgraded Christmas. He was certainly not going be passive about Christmas…Continue
Added by Jennifer Stauffer on January 5, 2012 at 10:50am — No Comments