Thanks for your friendship! May God bless you and yours! When you get a moment please visit my new site, http://mom-me-dearest.ning.com/ A great place to bless and be blessed. I look forward to seeing you!
Glad see you on Twitter Moms! Sounds like you're a busy mom! My children are both in college now (Stanford Medical School and Claremont McKenna College) and I'm reaching out to share some tips that worked for me when I was raising little ones.
I set up a preschool for my daughters that set them up to be top of their kindergarten classes (and all the way through school). By inviting a few other students to join the program (for a fee), all of my expenses were covered so I had the best preschool for free! Besides enjoying the ability to set up the perfect program, one that I developed specifically for my daughters, I also received prepared dinners, a clean house, and folded laundry at the end of the day! All for free.
I've written a book to show other super moms how to set this up for their families. It's called "The Working Mother's Guide to FREE Child Care in Your Home!" I also offer consultation to help you get started and to be there when you need support, guidance, or just a friend to talk to!
Whether you're a stay-at-home or a working mom, this program gives you the freedom to have your cake and eat it too! I enjoyed being a mom, working in a career I love, and watching my girls blossom with a program that I set up just for them. They now tell me that it was the best gift I could have given them!
PS: Let your friends know when you're on twittermoms with a click of the Announce Yourself link in your welcome box. If your Twitter friends are interested, they can check out the cool new place you've found!
Again -- if there is anything I can do for you, please let me know.
I just wrote a reply and had to step away for a second (as usual) and my 2 year old started pushing buttons on my laptop and erased my message. This is the story of my life....
I totally respect anyone w/ more kids than me....
your humble student is seeking advice....
How do you keep your wits about you?