It is important to practice estimating with your child whenever you can. Help them understand that not all problems need a correct answer; sometimes a thoughtful guess will do the job just as well. Spend time talking about your reasoning in coming up with your estimations and ask about theirs. Each time you do, you will be…Continue
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Trainer to world-famous supermodels, Leandro Carvalho combines Brazilian dance, cardio, and his own signature lower-body sculpting moves to lift, firm, and shape your behind for a rear view you've only dreamed…
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Two Winners will be chosen May 6, 2011
Winners will be chosen by Random.org.
Winners get choice of software (Animals, Princesses or Vehicles)
Color by Numbers is an…
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“Making the decision to have a child is momentous. It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body.” Elizabeth Stone Quotes
I recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of my quitting smoking for real. In acknowledging this occasion with my husband, I accidentally outed myself for the months (ok, year and a half) of closet puffing I…Continue
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It’s a long-honored tradition: several times a year, parents receive report cards showing how their children have done academically. However, with continuing increases in childhood obesity rates, school districts and states across the country have been increasingly considering a new type of parental notification: the BMI report card.
BMI, short for body mass index, is a way of measuring weight relative to height. BMI is calculated by taking a…Continue
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“Mom, can I have a triple-scoop ice cream cone, pretty please?” If you answered yes to this question, you might be teaching your child portion distortion. A study, published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, adds support to the recommendation of offering kids smaller-sized servings. Researchers from Pennsylvania State University served five-year-old kids small, medium, and large portions of macaroni and cheese. The more macaroni and cheese the five-year-olds were…Continue
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I wanted to get to know some of you better. What better way than talking about Our First Time ?!
Please continue reading: "First Time" Friday
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Spring has barely arrived, but doctors and patients are already reporting that this is the worst season for pollen in recent years! That means some of the worst times for hay fever and other allergies.
A new USDA-led study finds a warming planet makes for more pollen and a longer, more intense allergy season in many parts of the United States.By Leah ZerbeIf you're planning a vacation during prime hay fever…
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Organic Germanium is one of the most active component of Ganoderma Lucidum. Compared to Ganoderma, mycelium in Ganoderma absorbs Organic Germanium and minerals faster. According to a report from Japan, contents of Organic Germanium in mycelium is 6,000 part per million (ppm) compared with Ganoderma which has organic germanium contents of 800 to 2,000 ppm.
Mycelium of Ganoderma Lucidum produced by OrGano Gold is rich in polysaccharides, organic germanium, vitamins and minerals that can…Continue
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Today I just got a ton of street cred at our kindergarten. More on that in a bit.
But first, am I the only one out there that is scared of his / her Kindergarten / Elementary PTO? I know people fear Google and now Apple too with the iPhone tracking and of course Facebook when it comes to privacy issues, but I tell you its my PTO that scares the hell out of me.
If there is anything nominally related to school, we get two …Continue
The African American race is 'the' most hated race in America. It is not (nothing but stereotype coming) because we are all lazy (n-word) sitting on the front stoop eating watermelon and chicken. It is not because all we do is shuck and jive, rap and have babies.…Continue
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When one of my favorite bloggers, Stephanie in Suburbia posted recently about her woes transitioning from baby food to a toddler diet, it got me thinking about some of the ways we got our once-picky Monkey to love "real food".
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chance serendipitous ironic that the day I plan on writing about the CDC’s campaign on concussions and Mild TBI in youth sports that my baby girl falls from a step stool…
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