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Sponsored: Move to the “Head” of the Class – Visit ExpertAdviceOnLice.com for Head Lice Resources

Sponsored: Move to the “Head” of the Class – Visit ExpertAdviceOnLice.com for Head Lice Resources

The below content is sponsored by Sanofi Pasteur’s Headfirst! Expert Advice on Lice campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating.     Unfortunately, head lice are common in elementary schools – about one out of every 100 elementary school children becomes infested. Most parents would agree, the letter home informing of a head lice outbreak is not a welcome sight. The question of “What do I do?” is common….

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Chicken Soup with Rice: A Book of Months

Chicken Soup with Rice: A Book of Months

Title: Chicken Soup with Rice: A Book of Months Author: Maurice Sendak Reading level: Ages 4-8 Paperback: 32 pages Publisher: HarperCollins (March 15, 1991) Language: English ISBN-10: 006443253X ISBN-13: 978-0064432535 MY THOUGHTS Chicken Soup with Rice was a huge favorite in our house when my daughters were young that to this day, whenever I cook chicken soup with rice, verses from this book automatically spew out. So this January when we were actually slipping and sliding on ice for once,…

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Family Rooms

Family Rooms

This may sound weird when you’re single but when you have kids, especially young ones, bathrooms in public places take on added importance in your life. It becomes a deciding factor in where you go or how long you should stay. Call me neurotic, but when you have kids who immediately have to use the potty as soon as you get anywhere (sometimes before you even get there), it becomes very important that you have access to a clean restroom….

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Book Review & Giveaway: Your Family Constitution by Scott Gale

Book Review & Giveaway: Your Family Constitution by Scott Gale

Parents know all about drama and meltdowns and not necessarily all from the kids. That’s what Scott Gale had when when he lost his cool on a Mother’s Day and ended up walking home for twelve miles. We’ve all have our meltdowns but we’re too embarrassed to talk about it. Scott Gale was not embarrassed by it, the experience opened his eyes and it’s the catalyst that  lead to his book, Your Family Constitution – A Modern Approach to Family…

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