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As my kids say...I am old, tired, and pitiful. I am a diehard Cuse Fan. I have been converted to a NY Giants Fan. I am trying to enjoy the snow and cold, but love the beach. I have always loved cats...did I mention I love the beach?
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I am a mom of two children. "A", my daughter who is 13 years old, has Down syndrome, decannulated of the tracheostomy she had for 11 years, with type 1 diabetes...in Middle School and inching into puberty. "J" her younger brother, 8 years old, typical, and oh so not, attends a Montessori School and is a soccer, ds and wii-aholic. I am married to Brian, my hubby and partner in the crime of parenting. I mommy, volunteer, get involved, observe and then comment.
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November of 2009
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Hi Deb - Below is a blurb on the Museum. We're doing this www.MamaBlogger365.com initiative with Mom Bloggers, talking about 'what is motherhood', 'what are the issues facing modern mothers', to raise awareness and funds for M.O.M. etc. Love to have you participate via blog in February? Let me know if you're interested. We promote through all our our websites, etc. Our goals are an actual physical location in NYC (area) THIS YEAR!! Hope to hear back from you!!!
The Museum of Motherhood is the first and only facility of it's kind serving as a unique resource for those who wish to study the history of mothers, mother-art, and the culture of family. The Museum's purpose is to provide a space and platform that raises awareness of mother-work and amplifies the voices of women and families. It's purpose is also to encourage individuals to evaluate their own experiences as mothers in authentic and mindful ways. The Museum of Motherhood serves as a unique resource and archive for everyone who wants to study mothers from lay-people, to school children, to serious scholars.
Happy New Year! Hello and welcome to Mom Bloggers Club. MBC is one of the largest social networks for mom bloggers. It is a place where moms who blog converge to talk about the latest trends in blogging and support each other in their blogging endeavors and a place to make new friends. I review, blog and sell children’s books & gifts. My blog link is http://mymcbooks.wordpress.com. I will be stopping by your blog.
Hi there and welcome from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time. Don't be too overwhelmed by MBC. The ladies are awesome here and sooo embracing. Hope you enjoy your stay :)
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