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Added by Lisa Cash Hanson on July 11, 2012 at 7:45pm — No Comments

The Greatest Social Media Tool On The Planet #SM

In the world of business, blogging and social media you'd have to be living under a rock not realize how important social media is to your business.  Our society today has so many ways that you can connect with people. We can reach companies and brands online that normally would be impossible. But social media has now given us an audience  and a reach that is beyond our own. Why? Well some are driven by ego and just HAVE to see what people say about them.   But some just love customer and…

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Added by Lisa Cash Hanson on July 11, 2012 at 7:30pm — No Comments

School Bus Safety Tips for Children

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Added by Sunita P on June 7, 2012 at 12:46am — No Comments

Allowance for Tweens- What's Your Take?

So... we've gone back and forthon the whole giving the kids an allowance decision.  Typically they will do chores for a little while when they want something badly.  Then they fall out of the habit of doing chores and likewise we fall out of the habit of giving them extra spending cash.…



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Added by Jessica McCoy on June 4, 2012 at 11:06pm — No Comments

How to make Kids Eat their Veggies

When my son was a toddler,I had to go through some trial and error every single day.Mealtimes were like challenges for me but I slowly learned some important lessons.Today I'm going to share some ideas that really worked for me and I hope this will help you guide your kids to eat more veggies.

Why Kids Should Eat Vegetables?

Vegetables have high nutritional values which protect us from many diseases like cancer,diabetes and heart diseases.Vegetables are rich in…

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Added by Sunita P on May 28, 2012 at 4:45am — No Comments

"Hunt"ing for Camp Runamuk fun!

Last Friday was the last day of Camp Runamuk (the affectionate name we call life at my house when the kids are off school and fun is involved) and I decided to host the First Annual Dugdale Trifecta Easter Egg Hunt.



Here’s what you get when you have 4 mommies + 14 kids + 225 eggs + 12 tons of sugar =



1)      Sometimes even the snails want some chocolate!  The eggs had been out for literally 10 minutes, and we had an attempted robber!
2)      If…
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Added by Heather Dugdale on April 11, 2012 at 11:17pm — No Comments

"How many of these kids are actually yours?!"

. . . was the question from the Dish Network installer at my house today as we were entertaining 14 yes, I said FOURTEEN, children.

Today we had Camp Runamuk, Day 2 – Gettin’ Dirty.  We made “mud” cupcakes, bird houses, paper butterflies and mommy made a sad attempt at a cardboard boomerang . . .

. . . and here’s what we learned:

1)      Bribing the children with Fun Dip for breakfast will ensure that they get their rooms clean in no…
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Added by Heather Dugdale on April 7, 2012 at 6:00am — 5 Comments

"Are you watching these children?!"

. . . was the question from the very irritated and judgmental man who almost ran my children over in the Target parking lot!  “YEEEEEEEESSSS!” was my defensive and embarrassed response. 

It’s Spring Break and my “oh sh*t, I’m a stay at home mommy” hives have kicked in.  I have to entertain the children all day and maintain some semblance of my sanity.  It’s gonna be a long week.  But, on the bright side, Camp Runamuk is in full swing.

Here’s what I learned about…
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Added by Heather Dugdale on April 6, 2012 at 4:01pm — No Comments

Redefining March Madness (yes, I know it's April, but that's how maddening my March was)

So it’s March Madness, and even the Nana has a “bracket” that she’s betting on.  Well here’s what I’m betting on . . . absolutely losing my mind before March is over!! 
A couple months ago, following a particularly in depth round of spring cleaning, Husband from Heaven and I were “casually” looking at new homes.  Well, one thing led to another and 60 days later I am now sitting at the kitchen table in our new home.  This is also the reason that I have not written in so long. …
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Added by Heather Dugdale on April 4, 2012 at 4:58pm — No Comments

Where's Mommy's Leprechaun

You know, the one that magically cleans up all the messes in the house and makes the room put back in order like Mary Poppins?!  Oh, that’s right, mommy lives with three leprechauns who on a daily basis turn things upside down, pee in the toilet without flushing and generally leave huge messes in their wake!
Yesterday was St. Patty’s day and we did have a celebration, albeit not as extensive as mommy usually does.  We’re in the midst of a major move and THAT little adventure…
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Added by Heather Dugdale on March 20, 2012 at 11:03pm — No Comments

Less Messy Way to Eat a Cupcake

Here is an easier, less messy way to eat a cupcake!  Next time cupcakes are served at a party try this trick:

  1. Simply take the bottom of the cupcake off (a simple twist and pull will make it easy).
  2. Next, put the bottom piece of cake on top of the icing.  A cupcake sandwich!
  3. Now little ones can…
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Added by Busy Mom on the Go on March 11, 2012 at 8:32am — No Comments

Virasana- A Kids Yoga Pose

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Added by Abby Billings on February 16, 2012 at 1:08pm — No Comments

How to Easily Organize Any Space In Your Home

Each day that I walk home from Aliya's bus stop I chat with one of my neighbors who also has a child that rides the bus with her. We basically share our thoughts on general things like life, kids and whatever we can think of for our five minute catch up as we walk home.

I work from home and I didn't have the previous day scheduled to work so me being my Martha Stewart self (I like to think so) kept myself busy. I told her how I organized Ayanna's entire closet before she came home…

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Added by Delicia Jenkins on January 28, 2012 at 4:48am — No Comments

Behind the Bathroom Door

As if I am still 10 years old, it makes me giggle to think that everyone goes to the bathroom. I won’t name names, but EVERYONE goes to the bathroom, myself included. </immaturegiggles>

 

There is little mystery as to what happens in bathrooms; most likely if I am in the bathroom I’m not using my sewing machine to make a draft dodger (yes, this is the max of my sewing machine skills), or designing a chocolate factory with a t-square, or…

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Added by Jennifer Stauffer on January 6, 2012 at 2:05pm — No Comments

The Best Christmas Gifts Aren’t Free But You Already Have Them in Your Home

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…

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Added by Jennifer Stauffer on January 5, 2012 at 10:50am — No Comments

How To Join a Blog Hop

 How To Join a Blog Hop



A blog hop is a way to meet new mom bloggers and increase traffic. Google loves it because there are a ton of links and you are one of them.  So it's a great way to find new mom blogs, learn blogging tips and promote your blog. This is a quick post on how to join a blog hop and also…
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Added by Lisa Cash Hanson on December 6, 2011 at 10:53am — No Comments

Do You Have A Dream? Don't Quit- My Baby Product Journey





Do you have a dream?  Do you want to create a new mom inspired baby product? Write a book? record a song, start your Etsy business?  Whatever that dream may be I've learned the single most important ingredient to making that dream a reality is never ever QUIT.  Sometimes you may have to adjust that dream but don't every give…

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Added by Lisa Cash Hanson on December 6, 2011 at 10:09am — No Comments

Share a Christmas Wreath Design/Photo Blog Hop

Happy Holidays ladies! This is my very first blog hop, "Whoo Hoo!" So, I apologize in advance for any blunders the first of which I confess was figuring out the correct time stamp date on my digital camera. Ugh! I wrestled with this I can't tell you how long and just gave up so ... onward to the fun part. This Christmas Wreath Blog Hop is simple. Share your wreath design instructions or just a photo of one you love to inspire and bring joy to someone's home for the holiday. You don't need to…

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Added by Cynthia Helwig-Putorti on December 5, 2011 at 11:59am — No Comments

Are These Three Things Making You Look Old?

{by} Sasha |Crows' Feet, Cupcakes, and Cellulite

Whether in your 20s or 50s, every gal I know is all about a youthful looking body and skin. Let’s be honest…we all want to hear “wow, you look amazing” on each and…

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Added by Sasha on November 9, 2011 at 5:28pm — No Comments

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