Tag Archives: NaBloPoMo

2011 Advent Calendar Activity List

Here’s our 2011 Advent Activities List. Some of my inspiration came from the sites I shared in this post. I tried to include things that we can do after work/school- so, short but fun activities. Not too many crafts, since … Continue reading

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Parenting Mishaps

(No babies were harmed in the writing of this post!) I’ve learned that there are many different types of parenting mishaps. You might experience just a couple…. or invent a few new ones all on your own. Parenting mishaps can … Continue reading

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Yoga Love

I got to go to Yoga today and that inspired me to write a post about why I love yoga. I’ve been practicing for several years now, amazingly, and have had some wonderful teachers. I have a learned a lot … Continue reading

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i carry your heart with me

I love poetry, and recently read a beautiful poem written by mom Christine Maguire that was incredibly moving. Please go read it here: “I Have Carried You, Always” (and don’t forget the tissues!) “I Have Carried You, Always” reminded me … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving & 100 Things I’m Thankful For

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I decided to join in on the fun with Let’s Take the Metro’s Gratitude Challenge. 100 Things I’m grateful for, to be posted on Thanksgiving. The below list is not inclusive….. it represents this moment in time … Continue reading

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How to Survive Thoughts

Today I’m going to post on one article that I read this week and that I loved. It is a wonderful post on how our culture can make close, responsive parenting so difficult and isolating. It’s a must-read for any … Continue reading

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Banishing the Shoulds

One of the many things I’ve learned over this past year is that the word “should” is a stresser and depressor.  Anytime you think you “should” have done something else, you are also saying what you did do wasn’t good … Continue reading

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