Our kids need to wear clothes...well, at least need to be clothed in public (I'm lacking in patience for disapproving stares just as much as the next mama)...and Sprouting Threads is changing the way parents shop for their kids' clothes.
How many times have you bought an adorable new outfit for your kiddo, and then, it's outgrown in a few weeks or months? I mean, kids…Continue
Don't watch this one in front of the kids!! (And if my mother-in-law is watching... please stop.)
After having kids, sex somehow slips waaay down the to-do list. We talk about The Sex post-baby or lack of it...
With special guest Celia from TheLilMamas.com and a giveaway from B. Toys!
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Added by Jennifer Weedon Palazzo on May 22, 2015 at 8:32am — No Comments
Peter Pan may not have wanted to grow up, but Wendy did. And after she grew up, she got knocked up. This week's LIVE guest is Paula Rhodes, who plays Wendy is "The New Adventures of Peter & Wendy" (http://newpeterwendy.com/)
Awesome Labor Gown Giveaway from Milk and Baby. Enter on the blog at…Continue
Added by Jennifer Weedon Palazzo on May 8, 2015 at 8:00am — No Comments
Genre: Non Fiction Self Help
Author: Susie Kinslow Adams
Publisher: Write By The Sea Press
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Added by Mayra Calvani on May 1, 2015 at 6:20am — No Comments
Hubby is a crazy fast reader. He can blow through one of my 250-page manuscripts in an hour...less than the amount of time it takes me to drive to the nail salon, get a mani and drive home.
He recently read Becoming Steve Jobs by Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzeli...in about two hours. 435 pages, by the way. What the WHAT?????…
Added by Kristen Luciani on April 24, 2015 at 2:12pm — No Comments
When I was nine, my Mother showed me a video in which a mother created a uterus and ovaries out of pancake batter to show her friend's daughter how menstruation worked. Some of you may be weirded out by this, others of you will have a vague memory of the video and rest of you will be shocked at how many hits come back when you Google "pancake batter menstruation video." (Evidently, lots of people have fond memories of that…Continue
Added by Lauren Markman on April 7, 2015 at 6:28am — No Comments
Eyeglasses today have created a trend all of their own ... finally! Thanks to designers like Kate Spade, Prada, Anne Klein, Lafont, Nine West, Skechers, Candies and Peachtree, eyeglass frames for your facial shape are simply très chic.
We all want to look our very best whether exercising, working…Continue
Added by Cynthia Helwig-Putorti on March 8, 2015 at 8:30am — No Comments
Majority of the parents who are concerned to buy baby car seat have just one primary consideration in their mind- the child’s safety. Generally, an average family spends majority of their time in deciding about the safe and comfortable car seat for their baby in order to keep them safe. Choosing the one that is best for your baby is not an easy task as it needs to be according to your car, your budget and most important the baby who is going to use it.…Continue
Added by Julia Gomes on March 4, 2015 at 7:51am — No Comments
I must admit, if you would have asked me my thoughts on ageing 10 years ago my reply would have been a negative one. And why not!?! Everything I had seen on television, in magazines, conversations with friends, etc. told me that once you get grays & wrinkles your life was pretty much over; you mine as well curl up into a ball and wait to die. Nothing about getting old seemed glamorous. Old people always complain about this breaking, that not working like it used to, etc. Ugh! Who…Continue
Added by Kat Tom on March 2, 2015 at 9:36pm — No Comments
Does all hell break loose when you try to talk on the phone? We talk with Dija Henry of the Inspired Cafe. And an all new giveaway!
Live Twitter party during the show. Use #MRRMCTV. Tweet us:
Any effective techniques for teaching kids not to go crazy when you have a phone call?
What's your worst kid/phone call disaster story?
Added by Jennifer Weedon Palazzo on March 1, 2015 at 9:49pm — No Comments
I am going to share with you some secrets and tips on how to buy American made Products. I will also share with you a new great way to support Women Owned Businesses in the another Post in this series. Keep reading and learn how to help do…Continue
Added by Andrea Fritz on February 23, 2015 at 10:03am — No Comments
It’s not long before the first murder and you know exactly who is behind it. It’s not really a mystery, though the main character has some history she’s afraid to reveal that remains a mystery for a while and that was good. This is a thriller, filled with suspense and realistic characters. The author is a family physician and the book reflects a deep knowledge of the medical field. You feel that the medical details could have leapt right off any medical chart it’s so real and exact. I…Continue
Added by Sheila English on February 16, 2015 at 12:40pm — No Comments
Does your occupation define you? For many, what they do is a part of who they are. So, when Dr. Laura Nelson slips on the ice crushing her wrist and hand, her days as a surgeon are over.
Extraordinary events push Laura into the path of a killer. But in the beginning it all just looks like bad luck and bad timing, but a good job, when she recovers and accepts the job as VP at a pharmaceutical company.
But the dominos have been put in place. A madman…
Added by Sheila English on February 16, 2015 at 12:39pm — No Comments
** If I'm in the woods today, I need to avoid men wearing hockey masks.
** Listening to an eleven year old sing in the shower is nothing short of AWESOME.…
Added by Jennifer Marshall on February 13, 2015 at 2:35pm — No Comments
My initial reaction as I began to read Shadow of the Hawk was that the writing was fluid and graceful. The feel, mood and era all reminded me of John Steinbeck and I was hooked from the very start.
Sooze is a 16 year old girl growing up in the Great Depression. She has agreed to marry a man she does not love in order to save her family. She is mature for her age and you immediately feel for her. Her character is equal parts young lady and woman and the author does such…
Added by Sheila English on February 11, 2015 at 2:39pm — No Comments
The writing is graceful and artistic. It’s fluid and organized in through and action. When I first started reading it I thought of my love for John Steinbeck and Grapes of Wrath. You get that feel of what the Great Depression was like and how families responded to it, and to each other. You feel the desperation and admire the courage and integrity of many of the people of that time.
This story is about a young girl in her teens who considers marrying a man for the…
Added by Sheila English on February 11, 2015 at 2:30pm — No Comments
I have heard the expression “Tiger Mother” for some time now. Never having read this book, I still knew…Continue
Added by Amy Ngai on February 2, 2015 at 5:06pm — No Comments
I was sitting working on my blog and registering for sweepstakes one day during my daughter's quiet time. It's time I get to use to be productive or have a break from the insanity. One particular day, just a few days before Christmas, I was thinking of all the presents I still have left to wrap, and then I began to think about our Elf…
Click on the link below to see how I spent my b-day!
What I absolutely adore most about this experience is how many people said they were going to pay it forward. And the fact that when I logged onto Facebook that night a friend had said that someone paid for her coffee and she…Continue
Added by Kat Tom on January 21, 2015 at 10:33pm — No Comments
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