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Hi Moms! I learned about Usborne Books & More from a friend of mine who hosted a party. The enthusiasm of the consultant about her books made me interested in the company and when I got to hold…Continue
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Hi everyone, I've been blogging for a few years and took a one-year break when life got super busy. Well, I'm back online and getting back into the blogging rythm. But I'd love some readers to…Continue
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In Kindergarten, 100% of the children are reading. Parents are excited and involved in their children's progress in developing learning skills. I get super excited when I catch Caden trying to put the letters together to make a word. We read one book when we get home from work and school and right before I start making dinner. Then we read another one before bed. This is normal, healthy parent-child activity. Most children are active readers even through the next couple of school…Continue
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Sometimes in the middle of our deployments, we are allowed a few days off. It helps troops refresh themselves mentally, physically and emotionally. It's an essential priviledge that is intended to help our people maintain their sanity so that they can maintain focus on the mission. It is an awesome treat!
Posted on November 12, 2010 at 7:50am 0 Comments 0 Likes
Ladies, what do you think? Do boys need men in their lives to have a complete male childhood? Would love to read your opinions about this. http://cilafiona.blogspot.com/2010/11/do-boys-need-men.html
Posted on November 7, 2010 at 9:45am 0 Comments 0 Likes
When I had my second son, all the memories of little hands pulling at my hair, earrings, and necklaces hit me in the face. Taking showers was limited to the amount of time it took before my new baby would cry for a feeding. Makeup would have to come off unless I wanted to irritate my little guy's sensitive skin. And forget about perfume. But after a little while, feeling like a woman was something time decided to allow. And once I remembered how to be both a mom and…Continue
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