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The Thoughtful Parent brings academic child development research out of the "ivory tower" and into the lives of parents in the trenches of child-rearing. We provide insightful and easy-to-read articles about many stages of parenthood and child development
#family parenting#babies and children#child
Welcome to our page.. I hope through this page it can help you learn and get excited about couponing. I’m a mom that for many years was paying regular price on everything but ending 2011 I was introduced to coupons and now I’m excited 4 coupons.
I'm Amanda Jillian, or Faerie Barista, or just yell out "hey red want another latte" and I'll answer. I'm a single mom to two little monsters, umm I mean darlings. I'm 29 years old, an Aquarius, and pretty much ruled by my creative side,
#photography#life# children# raising children
I’m Jesse. I am described as a hippie-mama by my hubby, but really I am just doing my best to raise my family and live in the most eco-friendly, healthy, sustainable and most importantly HAPPY way we can. Easier said than done…
We love to read and review books that are not necessarily totally Christian in content but merely moral and/or inspirational.We also have FUN and Silly facts, recipes from our book reviews and Author interviews. Would YOU like to have YOUR book reviewed?
Me+My Husband+2 Beatiful Baby Girls = The Lares'. Join us for some fun adventures of 2 little girls who have their Mommy and Papa wrapped around their little fingers. Plus great family friendly reviews and lots of Etsy giveaways!
A fun lifestyle blog about a gal who has had enough of looking in the mirror and not loving her body. Weight loss journey written in an upbeat, positive and most of all encouraging fashion. ~ "Taking my body back, one pound at a time."
I'm a mom. I blog about the Little Things.
You always remember the grand gestures, the big events. But, the little things are what REALLY makes life so great.
Also? Children are kind of like “things” sometimes, you know? Snotty, coughing, slobbering, y