2009

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HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

May the new year bring peace, joy, love, and prosperity to all you mamas all over the world! XoXo Ellen and Rachel

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DAILY FIND: Healthychild.org

DAILY FIND: Healthychild.org

Healthy Child, Healthy World is a nonprofit organization committed to raising non-toxic kids. Want to get the junk out? This is the group for you …

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What Kids Need to Know

What Kids Need to Know

Timeless words of advice for our kids … from the wise to the practical to the truly funny. Do you have some of your own?

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DAILY FIND: Heifer.org

DAILY FIND: Heifer.org

Help women and families around the world by giving them the gift that keeps on giving. Just one goat (or cow or tree or hive of bees) can get a family business started. Go to http://www.heifer.org/ and find out how you can make a world of a difference to someone who really needs a hand.

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What Moms Need To Know

What Moms Need To Know

Time sure has a way of letting us see things more clearly. This is as true for parenting as it is for anything else. Being a mother is a role that we grow into–none of us start out knowing what the heck we’re doing. Mistakes are made, and even the best among us are humbled […]

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DAILY FIND: Angelsfoster.com

DAILY FIND: Angelsfoster.com

All children deserve parents who love them. This is NOT the foster system you think you know. Click below and help save the life of a child.

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Bottle to Cup?

My almost-1-year-old is about to switch from formula to regular milk and I’ve heard this is a good time to toss the bottle habit …

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DAILY FIND: Kiva.org

DAILY FIND: Kiva.org

Give back this year! Kiva supports powerful women throughout the developing world and voila, sustainable entrepreneurs are born. Click below and join the movement.

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DAILY FIND: A Hole In The Roof Foundation

DAILY FIND: A Hole In The Roof Foundation

…helps members of all faiths who serve the homeless support each other when their places of work and worship need repair. You can help too. Click below to get inspired.

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The Stitch Fairy’s Coming!

The Stitch Fairy’s Coming!

A comforting old friend can help when those stitches come out.

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