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Communication (or the lack of) and the People without it!

“Okay, it’s time to eat,” the mother says pleasantly the first time, which changes after a few more times to, “That’s enough! Eat your food!”  This comment is generally followed by an explanation of how full the children are until … Continue reading

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How to work from home on your own terms and still make money! Is that possible?

Anyone who knows me also knows that I’m someone who skips to the beat of my own drum! Okay, figuratively speaking I do!  So I’ve had a lot of adventure in a vast array of disciplines, if you will; preschool … Continue reading

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Not sure if saving a few bucks is always a good thing!

Okay, so I’m a single mom with two elementary-aged kids desperate to save a buck! There’s no way I’m doing the things my parents did to save money, although their intentions were good.  I would hate to contribute to scarring … Continue reading

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So Much “Good” You Can’t Stand It?

Does “reverse psychology” really work?  I suppose it depends on when it’s being used.  For example, I’m trying it a bit today with my 9-year-old son and I’m curious to see the end result.  My competition?  Wii!  I know I … Continue reading

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The Facts of Life–from a 9-year-old

We’d had a pleasant day visiting Grandma Bev, when on our way home my four-year-old pops out, “Cameron, you can be my husband and I’ll be your wife!” My nine-year-old is a bit more than apalled, “We can’t get married, … Continue reading

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I’ve heard “He who laughs last……”

Today Nikki, my four-year-old, was on the bed, pillows and blankets were flying! Shirtless with her pink, Valentine boxers on, she giggled and wiggled wildly as I tickled her, demanding she give in. Finally, I grabbed her bare foot and pushed … Continue reading

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