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PARENTING RESOURCE ALERT! Last year I participated in the Atlanta Baby & Child Expo, hosted by Bottles to Britches. The event is held each year at Atlanta’s Fox Theatre. It was a blast to see expecting couples and new parents come through the door and gather information about the necessities and more. Tonight begins my opportunity to give away two tickets on Mundane Magic. Before the giveaway More >
SUMMER SEASON ALLOWS US THE TIME TO ENJOY THINGS LIKE LATE BEDTIMES AND FAMILY. We’ve had a rather easy going summer around our household. I’ve tried to remember the importance of capturing some little moments as well as big ones. The first picture above is a tent canopy that William and Grace devised to camp under one night. They were so excited about that silly sheet.
The second photo going More >
EACH GENERATION HEARS THE COMPARISON OF “IN MY DAY…”, BUT THIS CHART TAKES A FACTUAL LOOK AT THE STATISTICS OF 1982 VERSUS 2012. I found this info-graphic rather interesting since it applies to my generation. I’m encouraged by some stats, discouraged by others. What do you think about the differences?
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WE JUST RETURNED FROM A WONDERFULLY RELAXED SPRING BREAK AND EASTER HOLIDAY IN MY HOMETOWN. We visited my 97 year old grandmother who was alert and talkative. It was nice to see her recovering from some winter rehabilitation and back to her own home. Amazingly she lives independently in an apartment specially made for mobility issues…I venture to say she is healthier than most 40 year olds. Very More >
BEING A PARENT IS HARD. BEING A PARENT OF A TODDLER IS IMPOSSIBLE, BUT IT PREPARES YOU FOR THE COMPLICATION OF TEENS. Any parents of teenagers agreeing with me at this moment? I’m not trying to scare anyone. Just tell the truth.
Amazingly, this post is not a rant about my teenager. The situation that caused this post — totally about what teen parents will face with this new generation. I want to More >