So I ran across this 30 Days of Truth blog challenge that I think is just..awesome. I saw it on Welcome to Mommyhood. Everyday, for 30 days, I will answer a question being completely honest with myself and all my lovely readers. So now everyday I will have a 30 day challenge post, a project 365 post, and updates! That's a whole lotta blogging but that's ok - I loves it! I think I'll combine the 30 day and 365 picture in one post..who knows..anyways...
Follow my 30 day challenge (and… Continue
Added by Elisha Crivella on July 28, 2010 at 8:44am —
As some of you know, as I continue on my adventure of being a new mommy, I am finding things that I think are must-have's - this is what I call Elisha's Essentials. Well..found a new one!
This stuff is amazing. Jaliyah had terrible dry skin on her face by her ears and eyebrows. I kept catching myself picking at it (i hate pealy skin). I tried regular baby lotions and those would help in the moment but not long term...Continue here @ Baybee… Continue
Added by Elisha Crivella on July 24, 2010 at 7:57am —
While reviewing an ARTICLE from Reuters titled “Study shows consistent benefit of early daycare”, I was reminded of the challenges parents face while evaluating options for entrusting their most precious beings in the hands of a childcare provider. There are so many studies out there though that either support or discredit the concept of “childcare” versus full-time parenting.
The Parental Role vs.… Continue
Added by Nadia Price on July 13, 2010 at 10:00pm —
You would go the ends of the earth for your child , but you feel guilty about admitting the truth, even to yourself —the truth that at times you don’t like your child very much.
It’s a secret that many parents of difficult children share, but they rarely confess feeling this way to anyone.… Continue
Added by Sadiyya Patel on June 22, 2010 at 7:00am —
My oldest child, & only son is celebrating his 12th birthday today. I, on the other hand, am celebrating so much more. For it was he, this incredible, blessed gift, that was my salvation. I had been told I would never have children, after trying everything short of… Continue
Added by Tracy Warner on June 17, 2010 at 2:06am —
If you have been following The Healthy Moms blog
for a while you may already know that I
have a very challenging four year old daughter. Ciara
smart and sweet but she can also be defiant, destructive and a…
Added by Cascia on May 3, 2010 at 4:15pm —
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Added by Wendy Wiseman on April 30, 2010 at 4:00pm —
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Added by Wendy Wiseman on April 30, 2010 at 4:00pm —
Death is a distant rumor to the young. Andrew A. Rooney
Death is a weird topic to blog about, I know. But here goes. So…Friday I attended the mock funeral of my oldest child. Why in the hell would I do that, you ask? My son participated in a program called shattered dreams through his school. The program is an excellent way to send a message to teens about the effects of drinking and driving. The… Continue
Added by Pam Margolis on April 25, 2010 at 3:58pm —
To commemorate Mother Earth on her birthday (April 22), we turn to one of the planet's most pressing issues - the availability of fresh water. The current National…
Added by Pamela Saunders on April 20, 2010 at 12:46pm —
While attending a family gathering this past summer I noticed that the only beverages available for the children were juice boxes and soda. Kids were drinking these
like water. Recently I took a look in my own refrigerator and saw the
gallon of milk still sitting on the shelf only half empty. I…
Added by Cascia on April 5, 2010 at 5:10pm —
OK, I am really showing my age with this title. I have to point out however that I was never much of a Police fan (more a rock chick I'm afraid) but over the past few days I have not been able to get that particular line from that song out of my head. It just describes so well how I feel sometimes.… Continue
Added by Aging Mommy on March 21, 2010 at 10:14am —
Every week, my 7 year old, DJ, has to memorize a bible verse. As a pastor, it pains me to say this, but he hates it. Tonight, for whatever reason, he was a real bear about it. But one thing that's cool is as DJ learns it, so does the rest of the family. Tonight, I had to laugh, when DJ started
out of frustration & Andy spoke up & finished the verse for him. Here it is, in case you wanna learn it too:"Don't let anyone make fun of… Continue
Added by LeadHership on March 2, 2010 at 12:30pm —
Your five year old is definitely old enough to know he should not be taking things without asking or paying for them. In other words he is old enough to know that stealing is not acceptable. If you are like many parents who have arrived home to find there little one had taken something that does not belong to him, utilize these good parenting guidelines as help for child stealing.
1. Although you may very well know your child has stolen, do not lose your temper and immediately begin… Continue
Added by Michel Jayne Bigardi on February 27, 2010 at 12:55pm —
Who has lost track of your child for a minute? A few minutes? Come on, I know I’m not the only one who has had that shot of pure panic at Target when one kid was begging for a toy and the other decided to play hide-and-seek under the clothing racks. Or how about at the airport when you are scanning the carousel for your luggage and suddenly realized your kids aren’t right next to you? At the… Continue
Added by Rebecca Wear Robinson on February 17, 2010 at 10:36am —
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Nearly 1,000,000 children are reported missing every year. Children go missing for a variety of reasons: they get lost, get separated from their parents, run away and, unfortunately, are abducted. InstantAmber prepares you and your family for the unthinkable with its secure online data vault… Continue
Added by InstantAmber on January 6, 2010 at 10:30am —
Original Posting at NewlyParents.com here
We were given this list of questions and answers during our last prenatal class, Breathing & Relaxation. We thought you might find them as humorous as we did.
Q: I'm two months pregnant now. When will the baby movie?
A: With any luck, right after he finishes college.
Q: What… Continue
Added by Newly Parents on December 30, 2009 at 10:00am —
The public perception of bullying is that bullies are acting out to cover their own fears. They may indeed be afraid, but accepting this as a reason makes bullies sound like victims of their fears -- like we're supposed to feel sorry for them and not hold them responsible for their abusive actions.
The issue is not whether bullies are afraid. Bullies bully other people to feel powerful around them and to feel power over them. Bullies start out feeling like zeroes, like nobodies. When… Continue
Added by Sadiyya Patel on December 1, 2009 at 7:00am —
Is your child's inappropriate behavior a phase or are you using that as a way to make your child's behavior more acceptable?
Then you need to read -
Inappropriate Behavior - Why Parents Dismiss it as a Phase
Added by Sadiyya Patel on November 30, 2009 at 2:00am —
Does your ex husband spoil the kids rotten? Do you look like the mean one when you try to discipline them? These scenarios are not all that uncommon.
Vicki is the single mother of Alex (12), Ryan (8) and Jessica (6). To make ends meet, she works two jobs—as a receptionist during the week and part-time catering on weekends. She has been divorced from Mike, a supervisor for a building contractor, for two years. Her relationship with Mike is strained at best, hostile at… Continue
Added by Sadiyya Patel on November 26, 2009 at 7:30am —