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A tidy not-so-little-giveaway from Tidy Books and Capability : Mom

little miss tidy roger hargreaves Once upon a time there was a pretty little house. One day a family moved into the pretty house and brought with them all types of things, including toys and books for the small children of the family. The pretty little house grew crowded and a wee bit untidy. One day, the mother, who actually had a fairly high tolerance for…

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Added by Capability on April 20, 2011 at 9:37pm — No Comments

Families First, Second and Third

Sometimes yoFamilies First Gala 2011 Capability Mom u just know something is going to be good, maybe a friend has recommended it or you can tell when you walk in to a place and you just know. That is how it is for me and anything that Families First does. I know that is a big, bold statement but it is…

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Added by Capability on March 4, 2011 at 3:22am — No Comments

Hiroshima in the Morning – A blog tour book review

I  just finished reading a beautifully written book that I received as part of a blog book review tour from Feminist Press. Did you know that some younger women do not like to be called feminists? What is up with that? But I digress.

Hiroshima in the Morning – a video from the author. Hiroshima in the Morning (click…

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Added by Capability on March 4, 2011 at 3:20am — No Comments

How to throw the perfect cookie swap

How to throw the perfect cookie swap



I don’t know because I did it, but because I have been to one, well, more than one, but this was exceptional. No pressure on the hostess for the next cookie swap I attend intended!

First, invite a good number of people and have it at the time of day that works best for you. Our hostess today had it right after school drop-off…

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Added by Capability on December 19, 2010 at 4:29pm — No Comments

12 Days of Shopping with Pragmatic Mom - Great Gift Ideas for those tough to buy for people!



I am rarely quiet – no, really, except when I’m writing – but especially about gifts and while I do like to share – my children now pipe up when the iPad ad comes on “Mom, Isn’t that what you want for Christmas?” – I had never said so, maybe just hinted and I am encouraging the shout-outs at this point (so useful, for work, right).…

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Added by Capability on December 18, 2010 at 9:00pm — No Comments

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