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Jewish Wisdom from Real Housewives of NYC

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Added by Bradi Nathan on June 21, 2010 at 5:36pm — No Comments

Vlog: Mothers Day, Awards, and Loss

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Added by Nacia Karim Walsh on May 12, 2010 at 4:10pm — No Comments

The Mother’s Day Gift to Give Yourself

Mothers can have bad days – kids misbehave, work gets on top of you, the house is a dump, your husband is being useless, etc. Mothers often tell me that when they are having a bad day, they think of me and they instantly feel better. The chaos in my life provides them with some comfort in those manic mama moments.

But I have to let you in on a little secret: it’s not that bad. In fact, it’s pretty darn good. Sure, I don’t get a lot of sleep and nights out on the town are few and far…

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Added by Julie Cole on May 10, 2010 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Here's A Mother's Day Coloring Page For The Kids



Mother's Day is a fun time of year where families celebrate the moms in their families.



This Mother's Day coloring page is just perfect for young kids.



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Added by Wendy Wiseman on May 8, 2010 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Here's A Simple And Fun Homemade Gift Idea That's Just Perfect For New Moms









I am crazy for mad libs.



I used to use them in my classroom and the kids really enjoyed them.



Recently, I attended 2 baby showers and one the games was a baby shower mad lib.



It was hilarious.



I decided then and there I was going to create… Continue

Added by Wendy Wiseman on May 7, 2010 at 8:30am — No Comments

Your Personal Assistant for April





Once again, Tip Junkie is here as Your Personal Assistant. Consider taking a day to really plan and organize your schedule to stay ahead of the game. Here are some things to do:



1. Mother's Day is Sunday May 9th. If you’re making gifts this… Continue

Added by Laurie Turk on May 6, 2010 at 12:10pm — No Comments

Plan The Perfect Mother's Day For Your Mom: Free Mother's Day Song, Song Lyrics, Arts + Crafts Activity, And Mad Lib For Kids

With Mother's Day fast approaching, we put together a couple of great Mother's Day printables for kids.



Head on over to our blog, learn at kiboomu daily, and check out our song for Mother's Day, song lyrics, mad lib worksheet and arts & crafts activity!



It's Time To Learn, Laugh, Sing & Grow!…

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Added by Wendy Wiseman on May 4, 2010 at 8:00am — No Comments

Adequate Parenting Manifesto

It starts the day you pee on the stick. I’m not talking about that

regrettable Valentine’s gesture toward your partner. The stick from CVS

that is 99.9% accurate, and of which you purchased four.

Test Result: You're pregnant





You pee on the stick and the plus sign shows up. Before you’ve finished washing your hands (wash them!!! Use hand sanitizer!!!!), you’ve been conscripted into a war that you…

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Added by Adequate Parent on April 9, 2010 at 3:58pm — No Comments

Frozen Meat and Milkshakes

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Added by Julie Cole on March 29, 2010 at 2:18pm — No Comments

Damn You Bree Van De Kamp!

Anyone who has ever read my blog knows that I am a super advocate of

sisterhood. I think that cat fights between women are ridiculous and

that if we all spent a lot more time being real and supporting each

other, life would be so much better for all of us. Why does it always

have to be a competition? My kid does this, does yours? My husband

makes this much money, what does yours make? My house is bigger than

yours. It truly is a…
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Added by Deborah A Cruz-Beck on March 17, 2010 at 1:32am — No Comments

No Really, My Daughter And I Did Got Along Great During Her Teen Years



Several weeks ago a friend who is struggling to find a way to get along with her 14 year old daughter asked me how I coped with raising a teenager. I told her that my daughter and I got along great during her teen years, and actually had fun together. A look of shock mixed with disbelieve came over her face. She asked, “So what is your secret?” Having never given much thought to the subject, I decided to ask my daughter…

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Added by Laurie Giles on March 3, 2010 at 7:40pm — No Comments

To have a good friend, you've got to be a good friend

It seems everything we need to know in life we learn in preschool. My 4

year old has been repeating, "Mommy, to have a good friend, you've got

to be a good friend!" No doubt a piece of sage advice bestowed upon her

by her wonderful preschool teacher.Anyways, Bella tends to like to

share these words of wisdom with Mommy. Normally, I say ,"Yes, sweetie.

That is right!" But, this time I actually took the advice to heart and

examined…
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Added by Deborah A Cruz-Beck on February 16, 2010 at 8:55pm — No Comments

Truthful Tuesdays, Feb.16,2010

Good morning, my sunshines! It is Tuesday morning again! You know what

that means. Time to let it all out:) Of course, today is Fat

Tuesday..so maybe we should really get it all off our chest in

anticipation of Lent.I mean who doesn't want to start Lent off with a

clean conscience and a light heart! So, please join me in our weekly

expelling of our "demons".As always, I will start!…


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Added by Deborah A Cruz-Beck on February 16, 2010 at 10:29am — No Comments

Truthful/Tell all Tuesdays

Ok, Ladies its Tuesday and ,as I said, today is the day we can all vent "anonymously" if preferred, and get everything off our minds..without judgement:)I will start the ball rolling:

Is it wrong that sometimes I wish I was brave enough to dose my kids with ibuprofin, so they would go to sleep at a reasonable hour without me having to lay down with them?

Sometimes, I really miss my life before I was married or had kids, so much so that I fantasize about who I used to be:)LOL

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Added by Deborah A Cruz-Beck on January 26, 2010 at 8:10am — No Comments

Are Mothers Who Choose Not to Breastfeed Selfish?

While pregnant or even before, every woman inevitably thinks about the topic of breastfeeding. Will I breastfeed my baby? For how long? I think most women have the best intentions and try to breastfeed and then stop after different periods of time – they might breastfeed a week, they make it through the rough first few weeks and go on to nurse for a few months or a year, and then there are the extended breastfeeding moms like me.



Breastfeeding was one of the things I most looked… Continue

Added by Dagmar Bleasdale on December 6, 2009 at 7:29pm — No Comments

Tips (And Recipes) For a Healthy Thanksgiving

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, you might think it is impossible to stick to a healthy eating plan-right? Wrong! Although high calorie foods and holidays go hand in hand, it is 100% possible to stay on track! Do not let the cornucopia of food options weigh you down; it is time to kick off the holiday season right. Follow these tips to ensure you have a happy AND healthy season!



Top 10 Thanksgiving Survival Tips



1. Eat a well-balanced breakfast and lunch before… Continue

Added by Joanna Dolgoff, MD on November 21, 2009 at 1:06pm — No Comments

New Study: Obesity Causes Cancer!

Many parents view their children’s excess weight as an aesthetic issue. They worry their kids won’t be liked in school, won’t be picked in gym, and won’t be pursued by members of the opposite sex. According to the American Institute of Cancer Research, parents have a lot more than looks to be concerned about. New research shows that about 100,500 new cases of cancer are caused by obesity each year.



Obesity is known to cause many deleterious health effects but this study is one of the… Continue

Added by Joanna Dolgoff, MD on November 15, 2009 at 9:41am — No Comments

Using Your Child’s Fitness Personality to Create a Fun Exercise Regimen!

Personality traits, genetics, and athletic ability combine to influence kids’ attitudes toward participation in sports and other physical activities. Help your kids figure out their fitness personality based on their overall personality to ensure a lifelong love of exercise!



If your child is very social, encourage team sports, dance classes, biking, or skateboarding with a friend. These activities will keep your child active and entertained for hours.



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Added by Joanna Dolgoff, MD on November 2, 2009 at 3:17pm — No Comments

Acupuncture and Weight Loss

Last month, a colleague approached me about exploring the role of acupuncture in weight loss. As a traditional Western medicine physician, I was skeptical about its merits. While many of my patients have used herbs and other holistic treatments, I have never been a believer. But, since I am willing to do anything to help my patients, I decided to use myself as a guinea pig to see if acupuncture was something I should be recommending.



First, I did some research. I wanted to know the… Continue

Added by Joanna Dolgoff, MD on October 19, 2009 at 3:39pm — 1 Comment

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