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The Power of Welcoming

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One of the more difficult aspects of our nomadic existence is…

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Added by Anna Richter on April 4, 2016 at 3:22pm — No Comments

This Little Light of "Ours"

Our town was hit with two tornadoes the day after Christmas.  Families lost everything, including lives. I posted this short post on my personal blog as I was heading out the door to help. 

On December 26, 2015, my daughters, two stuffed unicorns, a Mini Schnauzer, the head of an English Mastiff and I crowded into a tiny shower.  We sang songs about Jesus and played with a flashlight while tornado sirens blared in the background. My husband stood on the porch of our two…

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Added by Anna Baker on December 31, 2015 at 8:40am — No Comments

To the Parents of the Missing Boy:

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You don’t know me and I don’t know you, but yesterday, I was looking for your little boy.  We had been swimming at a hotel down the beach from yours when a security guard entered the pool and asked for all of the parent’s attention.  There was a little boy, only three years old in a bathing suit bottom without a shirt, who had wandered away on the beach.  My heart sank. We were to keep our eyes open.

The hair raised on my arms and on the back of my neck and I felt…

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Added by Ellie Hirsch on September 8, 2015 at 7:27pm — No Comments

You give a little, you get a lot

Every Sunday morning, I give my son his allowance. He does a little song and dance he made up and races to his room to put the money into his three jars. So far, he's completely understood the purpose of his spend and save jars, but we haven't done much with his give jar. He knows that he has that jar in order to give back to the world, but we were…

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Added by Lauren Markman on June 30, 2015 at 6:32am — No Comments

Send a Selfie to Huggies & Help Your Community

Huggies new Snug & Dry Ultra Hug Diapers really do lock away wetness at a better value!  Help them Spread the Love and giveaway $2,000 to a worthy community project by clicking on the following link http://izea.it/l3Tuy

SHARE an #UltraHug selfie of you & your baby.

NOMINATE a local community project.

Huggies will SPREAD THE LOVE.

Huggies is asking moms everywhere to post an…

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Added by Cynthia Helwig-Putorti on April 30, 2015 at 9:00am — No Comments

Volunteer-Give Back!

Today my family and I are volunteering at our “All Church Work Day”.  Our church hosts events like this throughout the year to provide an opportunity for us as members to get involved.  There can be a multitude of different tasks involved: painting and building maintenance work, cleaning and dusting, cleaning of children's classrooms, organizing and preparing for upcoming events and so much more.…

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Added by Jessica Briggs on September 27, 2014 at 7:35pm — 1 Comment

NOW I Understand Being In A Blog Rut. Has This Happened To You?

I have been blogging since 2008 and yes, there have been periods of time when I think my words are pretty much spent.  'I've talked about this before' or 'No one's commenting so is anyone even reading my words?' or, a thought that happens more often than not, 'I re-e-e-ally want to write out this experience but if the people I'm writing about read this I would be mortified.  I don't want to hurt anyone's feelings'.  These thoughts, and some others, have held me in what I thought was a blog…

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Added by Ann Harrison on August 7, 2013 at 11:58pm — No Comments

Vote For Me to Win $5000 to Help My Community!

Please Vote for us in the Good Maker Challenge! 
 
I am in the running to win $5,000 through GOOD Maker, a new online platform for catalyzing social change. GOOD has asked the community to submit ideas on how to Share your plan for creating social change this summer , and will invite the public to choose a winner.  I proposes to use the funds  to…
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Added by Victoria Sconion on June 8, 2012 at 6:17pm — No Comments

Teaching Kids About Differences Using Eggs

I thought today was a fitting day to tell the story about one of my favorite school events. When Mackenzie was in the 2nd grade, her school held an event to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday. They used  this event to show the kids that no matter how different we may be on the outside, on the inside we’re all the same.

That in itself is very nice, but…

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Added by Kristen Daukas on January 16, 2012 at 2:18pm — No Comments

Kids Who Sell Stuff… And People Who Don’t Buy

I have 3 kids which means in our time and like everyone else, we’ve sold a lot of crap. We’ve sold cookie dough, pizza making kits, wrapping paper, God awful things they considered “gifts”, magazine subscriptions and of course, Girl Scout cookies.  We are VERY lucky that the elementary school we’re at now doesn’t participate in item sales – they just ask us for pledges and donations at the beginning of the year. And then nickel and dime us the rest of the year, but that’s a different…

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Added by Kristen Daukas on January 4, 2012 at 8:30am — No Comments

Celebrating the Holidays Alone

By Rosemary Lichtman, Ph.D. and Phyllis Goldberg, Ph.D.

Are you alone and wondering how you'll be celebrating the holidays this year? Whether you're divorced or widowed, a single parent or the spouse of a deployed serviceperson, it most likely seemed easier when you had a partner to share in the planning. But now that you'll be the one creating the holiday mood, take advantage of the freedom you have to develop customs that are just right for you. …



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Added by Sandwiched Boomers on December 4, 2011 at 1:43am — No Comments

It Takes A Village: Does "Community Spirit" Still Exist?

I used to love this song when I was a child:
Sesame Street was the "bee's knees" and this song rocked my world. Who were the people in my neighborhood? I wasn't sure but I knew I wanted to find out, at least that's what the song compelled me to do. Being a kid growing up watching Sesame Street along with the Electric Company, I listened intently…
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Added by Samantha Kemp-Jackson on November 2, 2011 at 7:57am — No Comments

Who are we blogging to anyway? Is anyone out there???

I love the blogosphere, and since you are reading this, it is safe to assume that you do too!  Blogging is a terrific way to have a discussion with perfect strangers about topics that bring us together.  Perfect example: here we are at MomBloggersClub.com. . . we are all here for one reason: we are mothers seeking information, wanting to share…
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Added by Susan Tatsui-D'Arcy on October 11, 2011 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Is there a Fashion Expert on Plus Sizes in the House?

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Conversation with hubby from 2 weeks ago.



"That's cute" he says while pointing in the window of New York & Company.

This coming from hubs who hates shopping and couldn't buy himself a shirt if he only had…

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Added by Vanita on May 6, 2011 at 8:30pm — No Comments

Don't Let A Doctor Destory Your Baby's Hearing

Do you think that this is a sensational title?  It is posted this morning on CNN.com/Health.  I'm really curious to hear what you think because the story is about our family.  Will this encourage patient advocacy or will it harm doctor/patient relationships?

Added by Haleh Rabizadeh Resnick on March 10, 2011 at 12:16pm — 2 Comments

Thank You: CNN Picked Up the Story

Thank you to each of the mom bloggers out there who I don't know but together create a community of support.  My story and Little Patient Big Doctor is profiled today on CNN.com.  Part of the reason is the positive community of support we give each other.  Seeing each of you succeed gives me strength to believe that my…

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Added by Haleh Rabizadeh Resnick on March 10, 2011 at 9:39am — 1 Comment

Why I Blog

Why do I blog?

 

It's a question I've been asked, been pondering, been mulling over, been justifying quite a bit lately.  As I try to shape this space into something that people enjoy and can relate to, yet is still uniquely mine, I have to make choices and try to be interesting.  Try to engage, persuade, entertain, inform.  I blog to connect with the millions of people out there like me, who…

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Added by Rebecca Whitney on February 17, 2011 at 11:11pm — No Comments

New Way to Promote Your Blog for FREE

Please add your links to my free directory at http://theblogentourage.blogspot.com

I feature other bloggers on the homepage, post practical blogging tips, and welcome guest bloggers.

 

And I've just started a Facebook page, where you can post links to your own blog posts on the homepage/Wall and share all of your promotional/giveaway/networking links on the Discussions tab. I just started it last week and we're already…

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Added by Christina Anne Williams on January 21, 2011 at 12:29pm — No Comments

Georgia O'Keffee's guardian angel comes forward quietly

Now that the world knows what I knew back then, I can blog about it! Tennessee’s attorney general, Bob Cooper, announced on Friday, October 22, 2010 that Fisk Alumna, Dr. Carol Creswell-Betsch, stepped forward with funds to keep the Stieglitz collection at Fisk University. To the shouts of many on the outside of the Fisk bubble, a Fisk alumnus was doing what alumni around the country do daily, support their school.



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Added by www.genmaspeaks.com on November 3, 2010 at 8:36am — No Comments

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