In this Post: Gear up for MockingJay 2 with this sweet date night! Hunt for the MockingJay, go to War, and feast like a victor! Find out if your love is “real or not real”.
Hello dear ones, and welcome to amberdover.com! I’m excited to share this date night with you. The activities are of my own invention!…Continue
Added by Amber Dover on August 12, 2016 at 2:16am — No Comments
In this post: Five ways to use a water table for sensory play.
Hello, dear ones! Here’s the second Toddler Life post and it’s all about the fun you can have with a water table. I never had a water table with Michael, but I’m really enjoying creative water play with Leeland. Even Michael gets in on the fun.…Continue
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Over the last few years, society has experienced the immense influence of technology upon the children. Day by day it’s changing our lifestyle and now it is about to change the traditional manner of learning. At first, the impact was hardly noticeable but gradually its importance has become indubitable. The credibility of mobile applications as effective learning tools for the present generation of school goers or preschoolers is uniformly accepted all across the globe.…Continue
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Last minute playdate with a sancti-mommy? Surprise visit from your mother-in-law? Never fear. SLACKER MOM is back with a brand-new episode. In this video, we share our cleaning hacks, some serious and some… not so much. Because you’re already keeping tiny humans alive. Who has time to clean?
Added by Jennifer Weedon Palazzo on April 26, 2016 at 9:30am — No Comments
Years ago, before I wrote my first picture book, I thought that picture books were really easy to write. I figured, well, they are short and how hard can it be to write a short book?
How wrong I was.
First of all, when you are writing a picture book usually you are writing for a younger audience. So you have to use short sentences and simple words.
Secondly, you have to make it interesting. Most picture books are short, so you have to grab their attention and keep it.…Continue
Added by Kishona Lape on March 1, 2016 at 10:37am — No Comments
I haven’t known you long and your story is short. The Lord led me to the book of your son when I needed you most. There were so many times where I was down about certain things in my life. Things people were saying to me. I couldn’t handle. I couldn’t be graceful and set things aside. Then I stumbled upon your story. Your short, simple, sweet prayer.
Added by Mindy Goins on February 22, 2016 at 11:49am — No Comments
(previously posted on www.themamasutra.net/blogs)
There is a very vocal minority who believes that sexual education for children and teens should be nonexistent, that somehow keeping a child ignorant is "protecting his or her innocence." I firmly disagree with this. Scratch that; make that strongly, emphatically, vehemently disagree.
That belief ignores a very…Continue
Added by Lanae St.John on February 5, 2016 at 2:01pm — No Comments
Our theme on MomCave LIVE this week was real mom confessions. We asked viewers to send in their own.. and we struck mom comedy gold! Read their confessions below. And if you missed the live show, which was inspired by Bianca Jamotte’s web series, “Real Mommy Confessions”, watch it here or at the bottom of this post.
Added by Jennifer Weedon Palazzo on February 4, 2016 at 10:26pm — No Comments
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It can be really hard to deal with your kids when they are fussy or having a tantrum. They can grate on your nerves when they keep….on…..crying no matter what. It is definitely frustrating for me when my kids are having fussy days. Like the equivalent of waking up on the wrong side of the bed. Sometimes it is enough to just lock myself in another room for a few minutes (with them in safe places of course) while I get myself under control. All kids have small issues or big issues, but they…Continue
Added by Samantha Roberts on February 2, 2016 at 4:35pm — No Comments
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Organizing is hard. And not just because it takes physical & mental energy, determination, and stamina. It’s also hard because there are so many layers. You can’t just go into a room and tackle it right then and there. You have to clean, discard, sort, relocate, and improve. As much as I wish I could tackle room after room in one epic sweep, it’s just not possible.
One of the January goals I set as part of my month of being an…Continue
Added by Celeste on January 21, 2016 at 1:50pm — No Comments
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Now, as most of y’all know I am often called a Pollyanna thanks to my glass is half full positive outlook on life. However there is one thing in this world that quickly turns this Pollyanna into a Negative Nelly and that is a good old-fashioned cookie exchange! Shocking, but true! I have participated in my fair share and even organized a few and let me tell you, now I understand what they mean by a labor of love. Except for in this case, unlike actual labor where you totally forget…Continue
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Some kids love 'em, some kids hate 'em.
Do YOU let your kids read scary books?…Continue
Added by Dea Lenihan on October 26, 2015 at 10:00am — No Comments
Nutrition on the Go < ---- New Blog Post
Added by Gabrielle Riggins on October 13, 2015 at 10:00am — No Comments