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All Blog Posts Tagged 'meltdowns' (3)

Things I've Learned This Week

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** I may or may not know something about the lack of Kit Kat's in our Halloween candy stash.

** Costumes should really be a part of every day.

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Added by Jennifer Marshall on November 1, 2013 at 10:53am — 3 Comments

School Rules for Next School Year to Prevent a Mommy Meltdown

This school year is coming to an end and we are limping across the finish line (in some cases, literally).  Only two of my kids are in school, I can only imagine what it is going to be like when all three of them are.  Which, as my six-year-old pointed out, will only be one more school year because then the one-year-old will be in a morning program for three days a week and begin taking dance classes.  Oh, and as a bonus, my eight-year-old threw in the statement, "and you will be older then…

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Added by Audri McCready on May 16, 2012 at 11:32am — No Comments

Post Halloween Horrors: A Top 5 How-To Guide For Parents

Halloween is almost upon us and so, of course, are the requisite signs of the season.


The houses are decked out in orange and black, ghosts and ghouls abound, and the…
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Added by Samantha Kemp-Jackson on October 29, 2011 at 6:47am — No Comments

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