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Parental Experiment #1

You get to a point in your mothering career where you actually get the results of your "experiments". I can't think of a better way to put that. We are inundated with advice from our relatives, friends with kids and complete strangers. Read More...http://www.mftawk.com/2010/09/parental-experiment-1the-results-are-in.html

Added by Rachele on November 4, 2010 at 9:52am — No Comments

A Letter to My MIL

Dear Mom,



I really enjoy all the stories you and Dad have told me over the years, and if I look like I’m not enjoying some, I assure you it’s not due to the repetitiveness. There are a few stories I have issue with and I’ll explain why.



The story of how you could vacuum under Hubby’s crib and not wake him…



While I admire your extreme need for cleanliness, at all costs, I feel this explains why Hubby has NEVER woken up for the kids, in 5 years, even with a… Continue

Added by Rachele on October 21, 2009 at 12:09pm — 1 Comment

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