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Mommy Makeover: Is having children necessary to get one?

Becoming a mother entails many physical changes that can greatly affect your self-esteem. And while maintaining a healthy lifestyle does help you resolve the undesirable outcomes of pregnancy and childbirth, it can still fall short at times. However, thanks to advancements in the field of…

How to Easily Order Your Favorite British Brands from the United Kingdom

If you have visited the United Kingdom as much as we have you already know that there are products and brands that you love there that you simply cannot buy in the United States no matter how hard you look. What’s a mom to do when she wants British…

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I highlighted my scar with a marker smiley-face so you could see it. What's its story? In Christmas 1979, we were at the table for the big Christmas meal when my grandpa went to pass a dish, accidentally knocking over a taper candle, which fell on my wrist momentarily catching my wrist on fire. And for 29 years, there's been a scar to prove it! Ta Dah! My Christmas scar! Scars. We all have them & they offer 2 reminders:
1) we were hurt, but thankfully, we are better
2) Jesus had a scar too. 'Though He could have risen on Easter without
one, to help a doubting man, He didn't. And truly, His scar story is the
best one ever told. :)

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