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Baby Slow Down

Do you ever feel time slipping through your fingers? Kids are very good at making time more tangent. Those moments when you become aware of the changes in them and see the growth. 435 more words

Life

Easter

My family likes to celebrate Easter on Saturday instead of Sunday – we travel about 2 hours each way, so doing it on Saturday makes it easier for our hosts to get to church on Sunday, and easier for all of us to be ready for Monday morning. 318 more words

On parenting styles and painting pictures

For more than eight years, I have been a mother.

In that time, my performance in the role has ranged from dismal to really-quite-close-to-fantastic-if-I-do-say-so-myself.

There have been days when I have wept. 1,081 more words

Parenting

The Business Of Buying Our Children.

The settlement meeting went ahead today. Surprise surprise! He actually turned up albeit 5 minutes late but lets give him that benefit shall we? Without going into the gross details of what was said, simply put , he refuses to acknowledge that he owes me any sort of pay out at the culmination of a 10 year marriage. 199 more words

Musings

Poem A Day Challenge: April 19-20

The poeming continues in the  April Poem A Day Challenge . . .

April 19, 2014
Prompt: Pick a color and make it the title of your poem, and then, write your poem. 145 more words

Writing

Reid’s Ominous Threat: “Something Will Happen” To Bundy Family

Source: Western Journalism, by B Christopher Agee

Appearing on a local news program, Nevada Sen. Harry Reid once again weighed in on the continuing saga between federal agents and the Bundy family in Clark County. 113 more words

Tyranny

How One Night Changed Everything: The Dream That Connected Me With My Father's Spirit

My father passed away when I was seven years old. He had recovered from a rare form of Cancer that positioned a grapefruit-sized tumor atop his heart, but was left too weak to fight off the residual Pneumonia. 793 more words