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Nov24
Being Thankful for the Little Things

Being Thankful for the Little Things

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As we enter into the Thanksgiving holiday I think it is important to think about all of the things that we have in our lives for which we are thankful. You know aside from the obvious ones, friends, family, health…. What are the things make my life better on a daily basis.

Nov19
Rubber Bracelets, promoting Cancer Awareness one preteen boy at a time

Rubber Bracelets, promoting Cancer Awareness one preteen boy at a time

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Across the country tween and teen boys are wearing bracelets with the message I Love Boobies.  Do these bracelets really raise awareness for breast cancer, as the manufacturer suggests?  Or are they promoting sexism?

Nov17
A Dozen (or so) (Somewhat) Shocking Revelations About Motherhood

A Dozen (or so) (Somewhat) Shocking Revelations About Motherhood

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Nothing really prepares you for becoming a mother. Sure, people tell you what to expect, but until you actually have a kid or two, their words mean nothing. Needles in your spine? Dignity lost on the delivery table? You think after hearing everyone’s labor delivery nightmare stories that nothing else will shock you.

Nov11
Hoop Dreams

Hoop Dreams

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So, I read all your helpful suggestions from last week about my dilemma with toilet paper tubes on the floor and this is what happened….

Nov09
Caught, Not Taught

Caught, Not Taught

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I’ve been thinking about the qualities that people most often comment about in my children and how they learned those things.

Nov04
I Never Knew I’d  Have So Much to Say About Toilet Paper, Then I Had Kids

I Never Knew I’d Have So Much to Say About Toilet Paper, Then I Had Kids

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I always hear people complain that their family members can’t seem to change the roll of toilet paper when it runs out. I don’t have that problem. It was solved the one time my head spun around in a full circle and pea soup spewed from my mouth, frightening my children into submission. I do have a different toilet paper problem, one for which I can’t manage to muster as much outrage. See for yourself…

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