All Blog Posts Tagged 'Ann' (7)

The Murder & Resurrection of Raggedy Ann

I love to pass down to my daughter things that I used to have when I was a little girl. It's like I'm sharing a tiny piece of my history with her.  For example, she has my old baby ring that she wears on a necklace, as well as some of my old baby clothes that she uses to dress up her stuffed animals.  And recently, she hit the ultimate jackpot when my mom came across my old Raggedy Ann doll up in the attic.  She was so excited to have…

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Added by Jennifer Marshall on October 23, 2013 at 4:25pm — No Comments

Things I've Learned This Week

** It takes me three WEEKS to recover from three NIGHTS of going out.

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Added by Jennifer Marshall on October 18, 2013 at 10:52am — No Comments

Style Makeover

I found a link to Ann Taylor's Blog yesterday through Twitter and after going through it I'm hooked!  My style, if you want to call it that is nonexistent.  Ever since Izzy was born I've been running around in "mommy wear".   These are outfits that I pick more for comfort and ease.  I was more concerned about the potential stains and my post baby body than style.  It got to a point were I don't even know what is cute for my body anymore.  It was…
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Added by MamaTalesBlog on October 2, 2011 at 8:02pm — No Comments

Yep! 30 Days About Me!

     30 Days About Me

This morning I was wandering around the blogosphere and came across Ann Again and Again. Her most recent post was about how she's participating in A Daily Dose of Toni's 30 Days…

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Added by Judy Newman on August 1, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments

Eat Your Math Homework: Recipes for Hungry Minds

I just joined Mom Bloggers and am so excited to be part of this great community. My blog is all about pairing fun cooking projects to interesting math concepts: ie. Perimeter Pound Cake, Chocolate Pretzel Counting Rods, and, coming soon: Multiplication Meatball Arrays. My book EAT YOUR MATH HOMEWORK: RECIPES FOR HUNGRY MINDS comes out July, 2011 from Charlesbridge. I'm so excited! Please stop by my blog at:…

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Added by Ann McCallum on February 26, 2011 at 7:23am — No Comments

The evil (convenience) of Fast Food

Okay, I get it - I've read the newspaper, and my mom has described (in lurid detail) the more disgusting scenes in Food, Inc. Our eating habits are terrible and I want my family to be healthier. Unfortunately, I'm also coping with busy schedules, picky teens, and a bank account that doesn't allow me to indulge in… Continue

Added by Lauren Mayer on March 23, 2010 at 5:03pm — No Comments

Blog Talk Radio – Twitter By The Sea!

Friday night, at 6:30 Eastern Time, 5:30 Central Time, and so on, (I can never convert for the rest of the nation for some reason), I will be the featured speaker on BLOG TALK RADIO for Twitter by the Sea. You can call in and listen by dialing (646) 929-2940. The show will last 30 minutes. I will discussing the One to One Consulting that we plan to offer along with many other great topics.



If you would like to ask questions, you can go to that link and set up a FREE account and then… Continue

Added by Jerri Ann on March 13, 2009 at 11:38am — No Comments

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