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Dad’s Survival Guide for the Final Stages of Labor and Delivery

Dad if you have made it this far and haven’t passed out, this is the ultimate moment that you have been waiting for.  You are so close to meeting the baby that has been growing in your her womb for the last 9 months and the one you have felt move and kick you when you place your hand on her stomach.  Dad she still needs your help and coaching so that she can remain calm,…

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Added by Christy Garrett on May 23, 2013 at 4:49pm — No Comments

Dad’s Guide to Survive Active Labor

Many new dads don’t know what to expect during the labor and delivery process, especially, if they are a first time dad.  If you have ever seen a tv show or movie that shows a woman giving birth, let me assure you that most labors don’t look anything like what you have seen on television.  A woman typically labors for many hours before she is ready to deliver her baby and it…

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Added by Christy Garrett on May 22, 2013 at 5:20pm — No Comments

A Dad’s Guide to Recognizing Early Labor

Dad are you prepared for the birth of your new baby?  If not, now is a great time to begin preparing for delivery day.  It is important to be  prepared so that you know exactly what to do when your wife or significant appears to be in labor.  The best way to learn about labor is to attend a child birthing class with your wife or significant other; however, child birth classes…

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Added by Christy Garrett on May 21, 2013 at 5:18pm — No Comments

Why Young People Should Be Screened For Heart Conditions

This summer my daughter, Sophie, will graduate from university. 

A few days ago 19 year old Ryan Zon, a football winger was resuscitated following a heart attack.  He was brought back to life by chance for his opponents were a team of doctors.

Three years ago and just weeks before she was due to start her studies Sophie underwent heart surgery.  She had been diagnosed with Wolff Parkinson White syndrome - one of a number of related cardiac conditions, which usually presents in…

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Added by Hilary Robinson on May 20, 2013 at 11:34am — No Comments

Ring Around the Rosie: Learn The Truth Behind This Popular Nursery Rhyme and Game

Do you remember playing Ring Around the Rosie as a child?  I do!  I remember playing this game when I was fairly young.  When my son came home from daycare a few days ago saying “posies, posies” while grabbing his older brother’s hand.  I was trying to figure out what he was talking about.  My son…

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Added by Christy Garrett on May 8, 2013 at 4:24pm — No Comments

Remember Cross Country USA and other old games?

For years I have been thinking about the games I used to play in elementary school. The games were grainy, and kind of slow...but that didn't matter because they were still so much fun. Then fast forward to today, I saw my brother in law watching a game on his Ipad and it wasn't until I saw a triangle appear on the screen that I realized he wasn't watching a game, he was playing a game. Technology has come so far! Our children…

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Added by Ronda on April 21, 2013 at 11:01pm — No Comments

Remember Cross Country USA and other old games?

For years I have been thinking about the games I used to play in elementary school. The games were grainy, and kind of slow...but that didn't matter because they were still so much fun. Then fast forward to today, I saw my brother in law watching a game on his Ipad and it wasn't until I saw a triangle appear on the screen that I realized he wasn't watching a game, he was playing a game. Technology has come so far! Our children…

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Added by Ronda on April 21, 2013 at 11:01pm — No Comments

What do you think of this ring?

This weekend I went to PrideFest 2013 and saw one of the women there selling jewelry. Really different pieces, including earrings made out of guitar picks. Not what I'm accustomed to buying, but that's what caught my attention.



There…

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Added by Ronda on April 9, 2013 at 11:43pm — No Comments

sorry internet. crossing a line. no going back now.

Click over to my blog for the post: HENNA BLOSSOM BLOG

Alright it's official, I am joining the ranks of all of the baby mamas making (unsolicited) shares around baby bodily functions. eww. Why would anyone do that? I'm aware, and apologizing. Hopefully that does something for you.

Just this once. I can't help myself.

So, Mateo isn't potty trained. But he is hilarious. This little anecdote…

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Added by Henna Blossom on April 8, 2013 at 12:21pm — No Comments

Spring into Networking in the Real World and Online

It is wonderful to network by using contacts you have met only on-line as well as those from the real world. The world is getting smaller and smaller as technology enables us to meet people from around the world on-line and travel gets easier and easier in the real world. As we meet more and more people with whom we would like to maintain relationships, networking becomes increasingly important.…
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Added by Janeane Davis on March 20, 2013 at 12:22pm — No Comments

Today Was a Perfect Day to Take the Kids to the Park

Today was a perfect day to spend some time outside with the kids.  This was a fun post for me to write today as I wanted to share a few photos of my family spending time together playing.  The weather here was in the 80's which is perfect for spending time outside without it being too hot for the kids to play.  To see photos of our fun time at the park please visit, my blog at…

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Added by Christy Garrett on March 16, 2013 at 7:17pm — No Comments

Book Review: Just Beneath The Surface By R.H. Ramsey

I just finished reading “Just Beneath the Surface” by R. H. Ramsey.  This book is rated for a mature audience and shouldn’t be read by someone under the age of 18 due to the graphic nature of this book.  This book was full of twists and turns and there was never a dull moment. This book is filled with suspense, drama, and action that will leave you wanting to read more.

I want to thank Rhonda for giving me the opportunity to review her book.  While this is a fiction…

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Added by Christy Garrett on March 15, 2013 at 5:20pm — No Comments

Boy, the times have surely changed!

Yesterday, I found myself reminiscing. I was thinking about and appreciating my childhood, old friends and every experience good or bad. I remember going outside to play with my friends. We all had Nintendo and Sega Genesis systems, but those were only played when we had company come over who didn't have their own systems...or we had to be indoors. It wasn't as addictive as games seem to be now…

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Added by Ronda on March 8, 2013 at 10:09am — No Comments

Learn How to Keep Your Toddler’s Artwork off of the Walls and Furniture

A few weeks ago, my husband asked me if I needed anything from the store.  I asked him if he would pick up my youngest son a coloring book because he kept grabbing my pen from me when I wasn’t watching and kept telling me that he wanted to draw.  I took the pen away from him and he was devastated, even though…

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Added by Christy Garrett on February 20, 2013 at 11:39pm — No Comments

Book Review: Revelation: Book One of The "Revelation Trilogy"

Revelation is a story that resembles Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code.  If you enjoyed that book you will certainly love this intriguing page turner too.  It is a book about murder, betrayal, intrigue, and the holy church.

 

     Michael Gabriel Raphael is a devoted husband and father, enjoying a peaceful and fulfilling life. Then one day, one moment later, he is thrown into an abyss of frustration, torture, and suffering the likes of which is very hard to fathom.…

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Added by Irene Roth on February 13, 2013 at 10:00pm — No Comments

Being Quoted In The Wall Street Journal Didn't Mean As Much As This Child

I had a life changing moment recently. I've written a book been featured on major news outlets like the Business Insider, Wall Street Journal and more. I've been very blessed. I coach an amazing group of women who want to make money with their blog and they are writing books and doing great. 

But in spite of all those accomplishments nothing filled my heart as much as the though of helping this young boy.  I was a volunteer recently at an event and this was my experience.

I…

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Added by Lisa Cash Hanson on February 12, 2013 at 4:20am — No Comments

Mom’s What Type of Potty Seat Would You Choose for Your Toddler?

My baby is showing the signs that he is getting close to being ready to potty train.  A few weeks ago, he started telling when he has a soiled diaper.  He says, “I poop” when he soils his diaper.  He hasn’t quite figured out the difference between urinating and pooping.  I am excited and nervous at the same…

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Added by Christy Garrett on February 11, 2013 at 4:24pm — No Comments

My Kid Has a Black Eye Because She Fell Down the Stairs… For Real!

This week when my daughter fell down the stairs, I had to take her to the doctor... and that was a bit uncomfortable.

http://breezysmommy.blogspot.com/2013/02/my-kid-has-black-eye-because-she-fell.html

Everyone is so sensitive to child abuse, or maybe I'm just nervous in general? Who knows!

Thanks for reading, Megan

Added by Megan Lynch on February 4, 2013 at 5:08pm — No Comments

New Look at Business - Be on the Lookout

It is thrilling to find a way to take a new look at your business by being on the lookout.

When running a business, no matter how well the tried and  true methods are working, it is important for an entrepreneur to be on the lookout for new ways to do things. When looking at new ways to improve business,  the entrepreneur should be look at a variety of things including:…
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Added by Janeane Davis on February 1, 2013 at 10:47am — No Comments

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