Developing language arts: Little Guy is reading "I'll Teach my Dog 100 Words" (great book for new readers) in a southern(?) accent. Hilarious.
"Instead of chasing pleasure, I think it's important we start thinking about how we can build joy."
Ok, whose kid was on Good Morning America's Frozen sing-along? Someone here has to have sent a video!
p.s. I love Josh Elliot to an inappropriate level.
I hate that last night's post is going to be featured in my Facebook movie at the end of the year, so can 85 of you please like something way better than that in the next 10 months?
I feel the need to remind everyone here that I am not a doctor or anything close. I am a mom and 'content curator' of sorts for this page, attempting to gather and share things that I find helpful and/or interesting to other moms (and some non-moms too).
Lately, I have felt really limited on what I can post on my own page. Everyone is so reactive. I post a timeline of communicable diseases and am met with a vaccination war. I post an article about the benefits of breastfeeding, and get scathing messages that not everyone can or wants to breastfeed. I share a post about stay-at-home moms and hear about how working moms are always the victim.
It's making it really hard, and frankly really unenjoyable, to have discussions. Anyone who's been here longer than a week knows that I fully welcome other opinions and viewpoints-- it's part of what I absolutely LOVE about this page. So if something is interesting to you and you have an opinion to share or additional facts about it, please do. If not, scroll on by.
If you're looking for a place on the internet to fight with someone, feel free to look in the comments section of nearly any post on the Internet.
THANK YOU to all of you who do regularly join in our discussions.
A middle-aged corporate executive in CA just tried to schedule a conference call with me at 8am my time, 11am her time. I should have just said yes.
I love this SO much. SO SO much!
Two years ago we were finishing up FABruary. TWO YEARS! I can't believe it was that long ago...but my body knows it! Maybe I'll start up in March...
Acetaminophin (Tylenol), which previously was considered safe for pregnancy, is now under study and under warning. Continue to check with our doctor and do your research!
Apparently breaking the Blessed Mother statue does not preclude you from winning the exemplary student award in religion class...
With a love of children and a passion for reading and writing, Kelly decided to share her experiences with others through the pages of the Crib Notes book and site.
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