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New Mom Blogger for the Dallas Morning New--Need your help, please!

Hi Everyone-

Really excited that I am a Mom Blogger on the Dallas Morning News Moms Blog! I'm writing about the trials and tribulations of feeding your kids from the ground up and how to hopefully instill healthy behaviors and eating habits. I'd love for you to check it out and am also asking for your input---would welcome any ideas you have or stories you'd like to share--favorite food memories, how you create a positive atmosphere when it comes to food, how you've dealt (or not) with your… Continue

Added by Robin on July 21, 2010 at 9:49pm — 1 Comment

A gift you never give yourself!

Hi Everyone-

I wanted to introduce you to an awesome company called Dragon Fly Dreams. (www.dfdreams.com). They are a mommy owned business based in Dallas, TX. They have the most awesome personalized stationery and gifts at the MOST insanely inexpensive prices. I know the owner-a wonderful woman-and I am a sales rep for her-although I blow my commission every month on gifts for myself or others! When you have a second, take a look! Great gifts for… Continue

Added by Robin on June 13, 2010 at 1:30am — No Comments

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