Added by Lanae on January 24, 2011 at 3:05pm —
Now is the time to start planning a special Valentine’s Day celebration for your main squeeze/spouse/partner.
And special does not mean
First of all, avoid the clichés say NO to Chocolate and Flowers.… Continue
Added by Charissa Cowart on January 7, 2011 at 2:08pm —
Say I Love You this Valentine’s Day with a thoughtful gift for your child.
Homemade Card: Kids love crafts, so make a heart-shaped personalized card for your child.
No Candy: Skip the candy for Valentine’s Day. Many kids still have chocolate left over from Christmas, and the Easter Bunny is just around the corner!… Continue
Added by Charissa Cowart on January 7, 2011 at 1:40pm —
When the winter blues start to set in - Valentine’s Day warms things up with red and white, and lots of fun!
Valentine’s Day is big celebration at school. This year, why not bring the celebration home, and host your own Valentine’s Day party. You don’t need to be Martha Stewart,… Continue
Added by Charissa Cowart on January 7, 2011 at 1:39pm —
Valentine’s Day isn’t just for couples or adults. Help your kids get excited about V-day with these Valentine’s ideas like games and fun surprises. You can even create your own traditions with your kids.…
Added by Charissa Cowart on January 3, 2011 at 12:24pm —
It's Pizza night
at our house, and the good thing is... everyone LOVES it. I like it because it is easy! My pocketbook likes it because it is cheap!! I used to buy the Pillsbury pizza crust,
but now I mix it myself using the Kroger pizza dough packages. Let's just say that it now cost about 1/3 the price,… Continue
Added by Molly on October 4, 2010 at 6:00am —
I am so inspired by my daughters desire, and actual action, of playing Volleyball this year. I've spent so many years on the sidelines, wishing that I had the nerve to get out there and play. Most of my life I've had severe anxiety and couldn't make myself take that first step. But, if I had the nerve, I would have loved to be a… Continue
Added by Ann Harrison on October 2, 2010 at 10:30pm —
We've all been there as new time moms. Your child cries in the middle of the night and you run down the hall to see if they are ok. You comfort, rock and sooth them and hope you can lay them back in their crib and they will fall back asleep as you tip toe out of the room and quietly crawl back in bed. When you are nursing, you do this several times a night. (Read More)
Added by Heather Jones on September 12, 2010 at 4:38pm —
What might appear weird to one person could be considered perfectly normal to someone else. Let's find out! This weeks blog hop the "Virtual Girls Night Out" is asking us to share "7 Weird Things" about ourselves.
Come join the blog hop fun at… Continue
Added by Ann Harrison on August 21, 2010 at 7:50pm —
I had my running shoes on and batteries in the flashlight....http://www.vivobello.com/2010/08/12/ghost-hunting-with-st-louis-spirit-search/
Don't forget to get your ROAK post together by Monday for my Meaningful Mondays blog hop!
Added by Angie Atchley on August 12, 2010 at 2:00pm —
I really, really thought I was going to make it to the BlogHer conference this year. I used to live in NYC and I miss that incredible city.
So today's blog hopping party, The Original Virtual Girls Night Out, is getting into the New York state of mind. Come over, add you blog… Continue
Added by Ann Harrison on August 7, 2010 at 5:05pm —
Read Marina's new post "Literary Agents and One-Night-Stands": http://wp.me/pzsX4-5q…
Added by Marina DelVecchio on August 4, 2010 at 6:30am —
Added by Kristina on August 3, 2010 at 3:21pm —
Some three weeks ago our friends asked if we would like to try out an Italian Restuarant they had recently found, good food and take your own drinks; helps to keep the costs down more important these days since I no longer work.
As part of our " keeping life normal " philosophy we agreed to give it a go, knowing as a sufferer of CFS / ME that at some point I would suffer a little bit more for my pleasure. But what do you do ? Whats the option? Stay within your four walls of home, which can… Continue
Added by julie marinkovic on July 26, 2010 at 8:04am —
My little girls are gone again–off camping with their grandparents.
Summer’s starting now, and these two little ones are growing up. It’s so
fun to see them making experiences off on their own now.
So, I’m sitting here blogging, de-cluttering, and missing our little
Added by Jeanine Ertl on June 15, 2010 at 12:54pm —
Need someone to watch the kid's on a Saturday Night? Bring them to The Kid's Gym!!!!
We offer a fun and safe place for your child(ren) to enjoy music, art, friends and free play under the supervision
of our caring instructors.
Dinner and juice is provided!
Ages: walking - 9 years old
$37 for one child
$59 for two children (siblings)
$88 for three children(siblings)
34190 Sepulveda Ave
Added by The Kids Gym on November 23, 2009 at 1:00pm —
Original Posting at NewlyParents.com
It's a battle that is fought every night by every couple in the world on some level. Some battles are more fierce than others. Some end in bloodshed while others end in complete tyrannical takeover. The people that used to occupy a space are ousted from their homes and forced to seek refuge somewhere else (usually the couch). Adding a twist… Continue
Added by Newly Parents on November 5, 2009 at 10:00pm —
Do you have handbags in your closet that you love but just haven't worn in a few seasons? Don't throw them out! Bring your fabulous and gently used handbags to the My Mommy Purse Swap. You'll be able to browse other purses and go home with a fabulous "new" find. Meet other mommies, enjoy some snacks, and bring the kiddos too. All purses that are not adopted will be donated to Dress for Success. This event is open to all women in the Houston area, not just moms.
Sunday June 14th… Continue
Added by LaVerne Mendoza on May 31, 2009 at 11:36pm —
My niece invited all the Bleasdale women to New Hampshire to celebrate her bridal shower, and I was exited to go. L is 2 ½ now and I have never been away from him for a night. We practice attachment parenting and co-sleeping, meaning he sleeps next to me. So going to the shower meant that Don had to take care of L by himself for two days, including one night. I am the only one who can get our sweet little boy to sleep, by bouncing with him on an exercise ball or nursing him, so this was going… Continue
Added by Dagmar Bleasdale on May 20, 2009 at 12:46am —
Kimberley Clayton Blaine, MA, MFT
This scenario is all too common. Recognize it? Is this your household? 5:30 hits, the kids are cranky, singing loudly, asking questions, pushing siblings, the kitchen is hot and steaming with chicken baking in the oven while you answer the phone and say, “I can’t hear you, I’m a mom.”
It’s no secret that moms have a hard time finding time for themselves, let alone… Continue
Added by Kimberley Clayton Blaine on May 11, 2009 at 6:23pm —