The most precious moments you will share with your children should be right before bed. Morning time families are rushing and bustling around for work and school. During the day families are separated by distance.
Home at last, work, school and activities done, dinner has been enjoyed and homework completed. Your children have had their baths, and are in their warm pajamas. Then comes a special time for your children, a time when “your” undivided attention, love and devotion are theirs alone. A time that they can count on, as a time in their day-(no matter what kind of day they have had,) that is filled with warmth, comfort, and reassurance through the nighttime ritual of cuddling closely with you and a book. Please Keep Reading at: http://www.examiner.com/x-2016-Parenting--Education-Examiner~y2010m1d21-Bedtime-and-Books-101#
It's nice to be your friend. Yes, I would love to receive info about the book club. Thanks for the offer.
How are you feeling? I have a cousin who's been in remission from SLE for years and she's very inspiring. I could give you her contact info if you'd like. I'm happy you've got a great husband and wonderful son. Love is the greatest and most powerful healer of all.
Wasn't able to get around and wish all my Twittermoms friends a Happy Thanksgiving on Thursday...but wanted you to know I am thankful for your friendship on Twittermoms. This place rocks because of all the awesome mom-power :-)
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Welcome to Twittermoms, Emily! It is nice to have you here...hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Sorry about the diagnosis. I have a girlfriend with Lupus...she has worked hard on her diet and spends an hour a day doing cardio and water aerobics to fight what's going on in her body. I know there are a few types of Lupus and I don't know much about it, but thought I would share!! Sorry about the lay off and health problems...hopefully this place can brighten your spirits!
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