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Melon Balls - A Tasty and Healthy Treat for Your Kids!

Melon Balls, what a perfectly refreshing snack or dessert.

Have fun teaching your kids how to use a melon baller then scooping out the colorful balls.

Did you know?


Watermelon seeds were found in the tomb of King Tut.

In the US the largest producers of watermelon are Florida, Georgia, Texas, California and Arizona.

The first recorded watermelon harvest was 5000 years ago in Egypt.

Watermelon is…


Added by Colleen on July 26, 2010 at 9:41pm — No Comments

Cooking With Your Kids! Enter to Win!!

Do you cook with your kids?

Do you realize all children learn from spendng time in the kitchen cooking?

Planning, cause and effect, science, reading, follow through and more.

They learn a necessary life skill, become empowered and proud about what they make and serve to loved ones Kids TRY new foods, PLUS create cherished memoris. Stop by the new site where you will find reecipes, fun facts, contests…


Added by Colleen on July 25, 2010 at 12:34pm — 1 Comment



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Ask any pregnant woman and she will tell you that now she’s expecting what once smelled delicious  - like roasting coffee beans for example, has suddenly become the one smell that induces an overwhelming feeling of nausea. For some women the pregnant nose goes into smell overdrive with incredible detection ability, in fact increased smell sensitivity can save lives. Just ask your local gas company – pregnant…

Black Friday – it’s Not Just About Fashion

Fashion, eh? It comes and goes, then comes back around again, at once fleeting and eternal. A style is in one month and then is never heard of again – until it is heard of again, of course.

The quest for fashionable clothes never ends; it’s just that what is in vogue is always changing.…


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