Commonly around the world people are looking for back pain help. The problem is resulting from many different reasons varying from old injuries, poor posture, high school or college sports, work out injuries, or simply putting your… Continue
Added by Michel Jayne Bigardi on July 3, 2010 at 1:00pm —
Every few months I get these cravings for sweets. I’m not a big-time sweets-eater. Not sure if it’s because my mom didn’t feed us many sugary foods while we were young or if I wasn’t wired to love desserty foods…but back to my point, every few months I can’t seem to finish a meal without salivating for a sweet bite afterward.
That’s been my life this past week. Continue
Eat lunch. Hmmmm…any chocolate chips left in the freezer?
Eat dinner. Oooh, a bite of ice cream…
Added by Jeanine Ertl on July 3, 2010 at 12:25pm —
To caress tenderly .. to listen openly ... to speak softly .. these are the things we do so naturally when a child is born. That inner need to shower a baby with love and affection, protect and nourish them is so natural. Bonding awakens our keen ability to sense a wide range of discomforts, enabling a mother to understand when her baby is hungry, needing a nap or a diaper change. Bonding is priceless. Our little tots grow up way too quickly and… Continue
Added by Cynthia ~ The Girlz Korner on June 25, 2010 at 7:30pm —
Pleasing to the sight and heavenly to our sense of smell, flowers are used for all sorts of special occasions and home decoration. Oils from flowers are used in aromatherapy, and certain flowers are even used as a dietary therapy due their… Continue
Added by Michel Jayne Bigardi on May 20, 2010 at 5:05am —
The best parenting help in the world would be if each toddler came with an individual owner's manual to assist parents in the trying times of toddlerhood. Sure there is plenty of helpful advice out there from other moms and dads and professionals, but every child is different, with a different temperament so usually parents end up on a trial and error basis when using parenting help to assist in raising their toddler. Much of parenting is trial and error and not giving up until you find the… Continue
Added by Michel Jayne Bigardi on April 23, 2010 at 5:02am —
I spent my day yesterday with a bunch of mommy bloggers, and unexpectedly, it was well worth it. I attended a panel and Bloggers Brunch produced by mommy marketing guru Stephanie Azzarone, president of Child's Play and author of Mom Market Trends blog. I admit I had less-than-high expectations, as despite the fact I am a "Mommy Blogger" myself, I was not sure I would learn anything from these women.
I had a bias against mommy bloggers, relegating them in my mind as women who gab… Continue
Added by K. Pearson Brown on April 22, 2010 at 4:43pm —
Just as you can treat diarrhea at home for yourself or your kids, you can do the same for your dog or cat. As a conscientious pet owner are you aware of how to treat cat diarrhea at home?… Continue
Added by Michel Jayne Bigardi on April 16, 2010 at 4:00am —
The word "empowering" is floating around the parenting community quite a lot these days. When asked, most parents are in favor of it.
When you speak to parents about educating their children about the principles of the law of attraction, most are in favor of it.
Parents love the part about their children thinking positive thoughts, choosing positive actions, and being grateful for what they have in their life. However, as you go further into the meaning and purpose of… Continue
Added by denny hagel on April 11, 2010 at 10:21am —
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Added by Bradi Nathan on March 30, 2010 at 6:36pm —
It doesn't matter if you are natural
dieting to lose weight or to obtain a more healthy eating structure, the side
effects of not having what you want when you want it seems to always rear it's Continue
ugly head. However, ask yourself this: Are you physically missing your
treats or is it more of an emotional issue where you want something…
Added by Michel Jayne Bigardi on March 28, 2010 at 12:36pm —
When it comes to your pet's wellness you strive for excellence just like you do for your family. Rightfully so, as most pets are a part of the family and seeing them unhappy or ill is difficult for everyone. Of Continue
course we look for remedies for the problem by visiting the vet,
getting a diagnosis and medication to help the situation. One of the
most common of these situations is dog allergies. Pet owners go to great
lengths for find allergy relief for dogs with the hopes…
Added by Michel Jayne Bigardi on March 19, 2010 at 6:32am —
This morning hubby and I snuck out of the kitchen and family room as we do most other mornings to wash our faces and brush our teeth before the kids find out that we are missing. The reason we do this is to Continue
avoid the avalanche of questions about every single little thing they
find on the bathroom countertops. Can't you see I'm brushing my teeth
here? How am I supposed to answer all these questions with toothpaste
in my mouth? So we sneak away. Hoping no one will find us…
Added by HST on March 3, 2010 at 9:23pm —
My family LOVES these blueberry muffins--they're easy to make and so delicious! Stop by my Hot Cookin' blog
and let me know what you think!
Have a great day!
Added by Kelly Estes on March 2, 2010 at 10:05am —
This morning as the snow fell from the sky, my daughter wanted to know why we were snowed in. I tried to explain it to where she would understand. Her immediate response was, do we get to go back to Aruba because it's snowing? How I wish it were just that easy.…
Added by Kimberly Thomas on March 1, 2010 at 7:00am —
It snowed here big-time two days ago and we had so much fun playing outside! I had just bought L a small shovel at the mall as a treat after his dentist appointment (we made it through another difficult one) because I know how much he loves helping Daddy shovel the driveway.
And I got to make a snowman for the first time in about 25 years! Two years ago I bought this cute snowman kit at a sale at a local school. The kids had made many of these… Continue
Added by Dagmar Bleasdale on February 28, 2010 at 7:02pm —
Your five year old is definitely old enough to know he should not be taking things without asking or paying for them. In other words he is old enough to know that stealing is not acceptable. If you are like many parents who have arrived home to find there little one had taken something that does not belong to him, utilize these good parenting guidelines as help for child stealing.
1. Although you may very well know your child has stolen, do not lose your temper and immediately begin… Continue
Added by Michel Jayne Bigardi on February 27, 2010 at 12:55pm —
If you want to alienate your kids, create an atmosphere that says “I am the boss and you will obey!” On the other hand, if you want a relationship with your kids, create an atmosphere that says “I am here to help you!”
Communicating with your child is what will determine the type of relationship you will share. On going communication is what will allow the relationship to deepen and strengthen.
Parents are often so busy they forget the need to consciously cultivate a… Continue
Added by denny hagel on February 15, 2010 at 2:25pm —
This craft is so simple that even someone with no crafting skills [like me] can do it! It’s also perfect for little ones who can wield scissors. As you can tell from the photo, my scissor skills aren’t the greatest, [I can't cut a straight line to save my life] but Ava doesn’t care. She loves taking the pieces off and rearranging them. I also use it to tell her stories. Originally, I glued the widows and door onto the house, but she just pulled them off [she's 14 months] so I… Continue
Added by shannon on February 9, 2010 at 1:24pm —
For my first exclusive date with our kids, I chose our 3rd child, Jaq.
Jaq was… Continue
Added by Joey on February 3, 2010 at 11:00pm —