Week 05 of 2010

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Tell Me That You Love Me

Tell Me That You Love Me

What does ‘love’ mean to our kiddos? These descriptions will WOW you.

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DAILY FIND: smallstep.gov

DAILY FIND: smallstep.gov

Here’s a website you can explore with your kids that’s packed with tips and info about play, food and nutrition, games, activities and kid-friendly links. Cool.

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DAILY FIND: Global Girlfriend

DAILY FIND: Global Girlfriend

Check out this website that allows women from impoverished countries to sell their gorgeous, hand-made goodies for a fair price across the globe.

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DAILY FIND: Funny Sleep Deprivation Stories

DAILY FIND: Funny Sleep Deprivation Stories

We bet you can relate!

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My Baby’s Thrush Won’t Go Away

One of our almost 1-year-old twins has stubborn thrush that’s driving us crazy! What can I do?

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Mommy, Is It Time To Get Up Yet?

Mommy, Is It Time To Get Up Yet?

Finally, a great new invention (safe, legal and mama-approved) to help keep those early birds in bed until the sun shines!

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DAILY FIND: How To Teach Children Medical Procedures

DAILY FIND: How To Teach Children Medical Procedures

Livestrong.com guides you through simple steps to teach yours how to avoid disaster in an emergency. We’re impressed.

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DAILY FIND: Could I Forgive One Last Time?

DAILY FIND: Could I Forgive One Last Time?

This story says so much about marriage, parenting, life, death, and what happens deep in a kid’s heart. Read it. It will change your day …

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Over-react (v)-to go bananas over something that should have just raised an eyebrow

Over-react (v)-to go bananas over something that should have just raised an eyebrow

The other day on my way to yoga I heard a news story that would have curled my hair if it wasn’t curly to start with. My jaw dropped, my blood pressure spiked and I momentarily lost awareness of what I was doing. Why? Well it all began when I heard the morning DJ start […]

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