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I’m going to try and not offend anyone during the course of this feature.  Try being the operative word here.  The first moment you find out that a little piece of Heaven is growing in your belly, names start flying through your head.  I know I personally was headed straight

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The other day I received a text from my friend. It said, “NAT LEARNED HOW TO BLOW HER OWN NOSE!”  It was a mass text, and I thought to myself, “What a strange milestone to be excited about.”  I don’t even think I got a text like that when Natalie took her first step. 

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I had no idea what a treat my girls and I were in for when I reached out to Tao Nyeu to review her adorable new book, Bunny Days.   It turned out that not only is Tao my neighbor, but she is extraordinarily sweet and accommodating!  She invited Vivian,

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booksgifts

I know you already knew this, but women know everything, and now we have a book to prove it!  Women Know Everything by Karen Weekes is not only a fun quotable book, but also a great reference.  There are more than 3,000 quotes from famous ladies ranging from Coco Chanel

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bookseco-friendlyfeedinggardeningkitchenmom

Pay Attention All Black Thumb Owners!!  Soon the land will thaw and the gardening will commence for many.  This year, think more about crop placement.  Just as we find mates in life who support us and protect us, plants seek the same.  If you look at nature in its wild

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I am so happy to have met Gustafer Yellowgold.  When I first heard the name and saw the character,  I was intrigued.  I popped Gustafer Yellowgold’s Infinity Sock in the DVD player and I was instantly sucked into a fun world of good music and creative illustrations, a “musical moving

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Over the years, our domestic wisdom has deteriorated, growing sparser with each generation.  I find it fascinating to listen to the knowledge of generations long passed.  They seem to have cataloged quite a lot of information, crucial for great house-keeping and cohesive family living.  These days, we don’t find it

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