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Added by A on August 28, 2009 at 6:29pm —
Tomorrow night my husband and I are giving a talk to our neighbors on tips to keep their families healthy. My daughter is excited to help us prepare. Our kids go with us when we go to nutrition talks and it is amazing the stuff they pick up. Now she thinks it is her turn to give advice on health and wellness. Who knows, maybe one day she will be the one teaching her friends to be healthy.
Added by Dr Lisa Ramey on August 28, 2009 at 4:56pm —
I have my blog posts going thru my Facebook feed and that of my friends. Some of them are family. I am a little nervous. They kind of make fun of me having a blog. We shall see.
Added by Vickie on August 28, 2009 at 4:54pm —
I expected that having a baby would add new challenges to being married. So, I am not surprised that there are moments when I'd like to kill my husband and, I'm positive, vice versa. I decided to write this post after a disagreement on the weekend about the difference in our lives right now, and by lives I mean having a life vs. not having one.
What am I bitter about? Well for starters, how about the fact that pregnancy turned my body into a never-ending project? I have to lose… Continue
Added by Jen Ellenberger on August 28, 2009 at 4:23pm —
I know the stationary isn't perfect, but a big thank you to all of you that read what I blab on and on about at Ooph.
My Thank You.
Added by Stefanie Mullen on August 28, 2009 at 3:02pm —
When babysitters are hard to find and leaving the house isn't an option, why don't you come join in the blog-hopping fun at Ann Again... and again Virtual Girls Night Out
This is a fun way to share your blog with others, visit other bloggers, and gain more blog exposure and readers. Please be a part of the fun. Visit my site Ann Again... and again
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Added by Ann Harrison on August 28, 2009 at 2:36pm —
While gender neutral prints and colors for kids and nursery have been the rage for the past few years, some of us still want to adorn our little bundles of sugar and spice in shades of pink.
Bebe au Lait's collection of soft goods for babies offers a bevy of beautiful textiles that offer a look that's pretty but not drippingly cute.
Shown above is Bebe au Lait's… Continue
Added by Carrie Leber on August 28, 2009 at 12:11pm —
My daughter, who we affectionately call Flappy (because of the way she shows me she's excited) and I recently visited our maternal and child health nurse for our routine check up. It was a new experience for us as we went to a new centre in the next postcode. I thought it was time to move on from the one we had been going to since Flappy was born. I didn’t think Flappy would mind given she could not recall any visits and was obviously not that attached to the place, or more importantly, had any… Continue
Added by About Wee on August 28, 2009 at 1:01am —
I’ve been over thinking again, dammit, and this time it is about assholes. Ok here we go... It’s the little assholes in life that really irk me the most. This is my love letter to five recent assholes I’ve met.
To the dude that I smile and wave on and allow to cut in front of me in evening rush hour traffic while I’m racing to pick up my daughter before pre-school closes and they call child welfare on me for not being there on time and then charge me one dollar for every minute I’m… Continue
Added by Single Mom Survives on August 27, 2009 at 9:41pm —
Every Tuesday I do something shocking, scandalous and highly unorthodox by modern standards. When I tell people about this dirty little thing I do I usually get a weird glazed over look, followed by a slight head tilt, awkward pause and then a response of… “really?”.
I am sure you’re wondering what my dark and dirty little secret is. Cue the ominous music and steady yourself for this ladies… every Tuesday I sit down and have dinner with my former in-laws. Yes, that’s right, the… Continue
Added by Single Mom Survives on August 27, 2009 at 9:39pm —
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Added by Single Rose on August 27, 2009 at 6:20pm —
Stop by and visit MommiesTimeOutToday.blogspot.com. I'm holding a giveaway for a beautiful necklace by Lia Sophia. The winner will be picked on September 16, 2009. Good Luck!
Added by Kimberly DiMarino on August 27, 2009 at 5:30pm —
I was invited by Rolemommy.com and CBS Television to participate in a conference call with Dr. Travis Stork (remember him from “The Bachelor”?) and pediatrician Dr. James “Jim” Sears today (what an honors since his The Baby Book and his parent’s The Breastfeeding Book and The Attachment Parenting Book are some of my absolute favorite!). Dr. Sears and Dr. Stork are part of a team of four doctors discussing medicine and health in a relatable fashion five days a week on CBS’s “The Doctors.” I was… Continue
Added by Dagmar Bleasdale on August 27, 2009 at 4:08pm —
The pregnancy test reads positive and we all, or at least most, jump for joy with excitement and anticipation of the journey we are about to embark upon until we are reminded of… Maternity Leave.
The appropriate time to share your pregnancy with your employer varies depending on your situation and your personal preference. I had been working at a small office for about for years and considered my coworkers to be friends so I shared the news right away. However, when the time came to… Continue
Added by Nicole A. on August 27, 2009 at 2:44pm —
ody is estimated to be 60% water, which if you think about that in terms of your body as a whole- 100%-then 60% of your body being made up of water is quite a bit. In fact, that's downright a huge portion of what your body is made of. Water is essential to thrive, grow, and function in life. Without water, we would die. So many organs in our bodies are made up of water (the brain is 80% water!) that we simply need water for those organs to function properly and to their full… Continue
Added by Samantha @ Mama Notes on August 27, 2009 at 12:57pm —
Moms, let's talk about the four seasons of marriage: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. Usually we think of marriage as a relationship with our partner but it can also be the state of marriage solely within us called "the inner marriage." The inner marriage is an intimate relationship with ourself. We need a strong inner marriage of love, appreciation, understanding and respect for ourself in order to experience the serenity, joy, and connection attainable in an outer marriage.
Added by Mary Jane Hurley Brant on August 27, 2009 at 12:50pm —
I know there are no secrets between us, but we need to talk. Obviously I've done something to upset you as you are no longer consistently around when I need you. In fact, you seem to think it's entertaining to watch me struggle some days without your support. Perhaps you and my hubby are in cahoots together as he also finds this funny and enjoys reminding me that "this is how he feels all the time"... brainless? :p (sorry honey, couldn't help it).
There are… Continue
Added by Jen Ellenberger on August 27, 2009 at 12:03pm —
Hey everyone. I love this site and everyone who has reached out to me since I have been here. I just want to let everyone know that I am starting a new blog on another domain. I like this new domain better. it is easier to work with than the one I am currently on. i will be slowly migrating from my old one to the new one.
My new address is beaconcreations7.blogspot.com I hope you all can join me there!
Have a blessed day!
Added by Kia on August 27, 2009 at 11:13am —
Thanks to all that have posted. The goal is to reach 30 comments and I have 15 more comments to go.
I noticed some have posted on the wrong posting. The comments need to be on the ShopRite Partners in Caring Post.
and it will take you directly to that post.
Again, for 30 comments General Mills and ShopRite will donate food to a foodbank. This is for a good cause,… Continue
Added by Jacqueline on August 27, 2009 at 10:59am —
We took Matthew to his first baseball game, Worcester Tornadoes vs. the Brocton Rox, last weekend. Matthew held our hands in the parking lot until he heard the crowd cheer, and he let go to clap his hands too. When we sat down in our seats, he looked at the field and said, “Baseball cards?”
I would need to remember the cuteness of that moment to center me when he later drove his matchbox fire tuck through a melted puddle of ice cream on the ground and then licked it.
Added by Laurie Rodak on August 27, 2009 at 7:54am —