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Its time to concentrate and put my thoughts into something viewable

It's weekend!

Thats the first thing me and my colleague said to each other when it was time for all the kids in our classroom to go home.

Weekend means:

  • Getting hugs and kisses from my sons and offcourse: my husband.
  • Thinking of places to visit where my sons can have fun
  • Work on teacher Tilly

After putting my sons to bed, it means that it's now time to get to…

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Added by Vanesa Alberga on May 20, 2011 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Blood Oranges and Sunsets

Last week I was so stoked to find blood oranges at the market. I love blood oranges. Actually, I love most any food that's visually stunning. Looks are a lot for me when it comes to food.



And as it turns out, names are a great influence to our girls.



You see, these… Continue

Added by Jeanine Ertl on May 12, 2011 at 2:50pm — 2 Comments

Royal High Tea With Kids

 

Unless you’ve been locked in a basement for the last month you know that the Royal Wedding is about to happen (and if you are reading this after 1am Friday morning, it’s already happened).  I don’t know about you but I was NOT really excited or interested in the Royal Wedding.  Nor was I going to wake up at 1 in the morning to watch it!  For the last 2…

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Added by Annett Davis on April 29, 2011 at 1:22am — No Comments

A Cook Book Review: Jamie's Food Revolution

I have a LOAD of cookbooks.  I love to cook, I think it is fun.  Typically I find a few recipes in each cook book that I like and the others don't really interest me too much.  Not so with Jamie's Food Revolution: Rediscover How to Cook Simple, Delicious, Affordable Meals .…

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Added by Jana Hartley on April 27, 2011 at 2:20pm — No Comments

The Power of Hate



Those who divorce often experience hateful feelings towards their ex at some point, especially if their partners cheated. Obsessing about what happened as it all unraveled, replaying the disappointments, wounding and shocking betrayals–all leading to horrendous feelings of loss and loneliness. They…

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Added by Carol Ferguson on April 17, 2011 at 1:27pm — No Comments

Momflict

I don't like having conflict with other moms. It's uncomfortable. It's awkward. It's juvenile. It's "Momflict."

But every now and then a girl has to speak up, right? So I did. And it was uncomfortable. And it was awkward. And it was just a weeee bit juvenile. It happened last week when my daughters were in the school play. Make that the school "production." Yes, production is a better word because by the way the director and posse of mom volunteers carried on with their headsets…

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Added by Adina Kalish Neufeld on April 5, 2011 at 12:39pm — 2 Comments

Simple and Effortlessly Stylish Looks for Busy Moms - Celebrating International Women’s Day Centenary in Style!

To celebrate International Women’s Day in style, we asked our favorite stylista, Jenny Moyett of Babbling of a Mommy to wave her magic style wand and create her signature effortlessly stylish, extremely budget- friendly Mommy outfits for every occasion.It's Mommy's time today!

And here is a surprise! Take 50% off the…

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Added by Julia Angel on March 8, 2011 at 11:08pm — No Comments

Tilting at Windmills

 

The hardest thing about being a parent of special needs children is…

Wow, I can’t tell you what the hardest thing is because it keeps changing. When it was just Elliott with her RAD, there was a small chance I could keep all the balls in the air. I had a fairly good handle on her current issues and how she was handling them. She has made great progress over the last 10 months, but she still has her moments.

 

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Added by Lanita Moss on March 2, 2011 at 8:28am — No Comments

Blogging Goals and How can I create a better blog?

So do you guys have any blogging goals? I mean do you set goals for yourself as a blogger and then try to reach them?  Do you just blog for fun, or to relieve stress? Do you blog for work, are you a career blogger? Is that the real term?



I was just talking with my husband last night about how much this blog means to me and goals that I want to achieve.  F.Y.I. I have a lot of them.  I'll share a few of the "blog" ones with you.…



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Added by JENNIFER CURTIS on March 2, 2011 at 4:58am — 1 Comment

Eat Your Math Homework: Recipes for Hungry Minds

I just joined Mom Bloggers and am so excited to be part of this great community. My blog is all about pairing fun cooking projects to interesting math concepts: ie. Perimeter Pound Cake, Chocolate Pretzel Counting Rods, and, coming soon: Multiplication Meatball Arrays. My book EAT YOUR MATH HOMEWORK: RECIPES FOR HUNGRY MINDS comes out July, 2011 from Charlesbridge. I'm so excited! Please stop by my blog at:…

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Added by Ann McCallum on February 26, 2011 at 7:23am — No Comments

Great Illustration on Balancing the Federal Budget

Yesterday I posted on my blog (http://www.imoutragednow.com) about a great illustration on balancing the federal budget given by Johnathon Karl with ABC news. If anyone is interested, go to ABS News and look for Balancing the Budget: Where Does the Money Go?

He demontrated using a bunch of pennies on a table to show that what Democrats and Republicans are squabbling over is a nominal amount of money relative to the whole budget. Unless we're…

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Added by leslie brazil on February 17, 2011 at 5:09pm — No Comments

Easy, last-minute, and kid-friendly Valentine's Crafts and Decorations!

I posted a bunch of adorable Valentine's Day ideas. You can make every one of these Valentine's Day crafts and decorations -- they are so easy!

Some of these projects only take a few minutes and others take a little longer. Pick one and surprise your loved ones with your creativity!

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Added by Dagmar Bleasdale on February 13, 2011 at 3:01pm — No Comments

Flying with kids- What goes around comes around

In the past week I have read a few stories about traveling with kids and the disparity between those who travel with them and those who don’t. Of course the latter group is highly against the former being anywhere near them when they're traveling, especially flying . We parents know that most kid-less travelers wish our families would take a kids-only airline somewhere or better yet, stick to the back of the plane with a sound proof partition around us. We get it. They’re looking for a…

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Added by Tawanna Browne Smith on January 11, 2011 at 2:46pm — No Comments

Tripp and FInn in the Kitchen: Gluten Free

 

 

I cook all the time!  I love it!  Pasta is one of my families favorites.  I actually make pasta sauce: Chiarla's.  We sell in small stores and Whole Foods.  When the Dr told me she thought my rash was due to gluten intolerance and…

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Added by Tripp and Finn in the Kitchen on December 31, 2010 at 9:55am — No Comments

Do Your Kids Sleep With You?

An article on the Access Hollywood Web site recently got my attention: "Mayim Bialik Talks Unconventional Parenting." I was interested first of all because it was about Blossom. Can you believe that show was 20 years ago? Will that poor girl ever NOT be Blossom??

 

Second of all, it was about "unconventional parenting," and I had to read it because I was sure…
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Added by Momniscient on December 15, 2010 at 9:54pm — No Comments

I am not Martha: Our Gingerbread Shanty

I think of myself as a pretty creative person, decent at crafting and creating. Apparently my crafting niche does not extend to the making of gingerbread houses however. First, I made the icing way too thin, so it took me 3 days and lots of strategic propping to get the house to stand up. I decided not to even attempt to prop up the chimney, so the kids and I put it aside ate it. Then, I made the decorating icing too thin so most of our candy decorations were…

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Added by Alysa Bajenaru, RD, CPT on December 14, 2010 at 11:16pm — No Comments

Inconsiderate Fu*kers!

http://crikeymum.blogspot.com/2010/11/inconsiderate-fuckers.html



After my initial horrific solo mUm travel experience, I developed a strong 'fuck you' approach towards anyone who even dared look in my direction when Michael cried, however, on my recent international travels, again as solo mUm, my patience and language profanity ability were truly tested!



The story begins, again, as our 36-hour… Continue

Added by Trudi Webster on December 13, 2010 at 3:12pm — No Comments

Traveling with special diets

I considered myself to be a pretty healthy eater until this past Tuesday when I attended a lecture called "Special Diets for Special Children." As if traveling and eating healthy wasn't hard enough, now I'm faced with traveling and supporting a special diet for my kids. Talk about pre-planning...

Read more here…

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Added by Tawanna Browne Smith on December 6, 2010 at 12:18am — No Comments

Cause I'm leaving on a jet plane...(http://notanotherdirtydiaper.blogspot.com/)

Yup, call me crazy but I did it. I booked myself a flight to the psych ward...well, not quite but.... I did do what some believe is the unthinkable. I booked myself and my two "toddler" daughters on a cross country (San Diego to Newark) trip for the holidays and am flying solo....meaning no hubs in sight.

Why?…

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Added by Megan Rebelo on December 4, 2010 at 1:15am — No Comments

Conversations with God.... and the lessons of lifes up/downs

I was looking at my mom bloggers posts and noticed it's been a while since I last posted and wanted to update everyone. First I must apologize to all my fellow friends..... I've moved and will be relocating as well. In the midst of all of the changes a close relative of mine passed away just a few days after Thanksgiving.

There have been times that I wondered when the rain would let up and suddenly realized in my conversations with God that I could learn from all life's…

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Added by Alicia Rachell on December 3, 2010 at 1:20pm — No Comments

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