Browsed by
Tag: family

The History of Wedding Rings – An Anniversary Post

The History of Wedding Rings – An Anniversary Post

The wedding ring remains one of the most iconic symbols of marriage today. The circle has always represented the unending cycle, an eternity of existence. In love, it symbolizes an endless affection. The symbolism may ring hollow in today’s seemingly impermanence of some marriages as people marry and un-marry as if following a trend, but for many, the ring’s symbolism is still something to aspire and hope for. It still gives meaning to the purpose of unity and endlessness in…

Read More Read More

Ambie Blogs

Ambie Blogs

My daughter got me started blogging. Did you know that? When she was about 10, she started bugging me about putting up a website. Well heck, back then I barely knew how to navigate the internet much less putting up a website! So I started looking around and figuring out how to put up a website. Well back then, to actually host your own site was very expensive. They were reserved mostly for businesses who could afford them. When I…

Read More Read More

The Dove Campaign For Beauty

The Dove Campaign For Beauty

This is a compensated review from BlogHer and Dove Self-Esteem Every day is so wonderful And suddenly, i saw debris Now and then, I get insecure From all the pain, I’m so ashamed I am beautiful no matter what they say Words can’t bring me down I am beautiful in every single way Yes, words can’t bring me down So don’t you bring me down today ~Beautiful (song by Christina Aguilera) My husband used to get upset when he would…

Read More Read More

Nurtureshock by Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman

Nurtureshock by Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman

The world of parenting is about to change. NURTURESHOCK By Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman Publish Date: 9/3/2009 Price: $24.99/$29.99 ISBN: 9780446504126 Pages: 352 Summary In a world of modern, involved, caring parents, why are so many kids aggressive and cruel? Where is intelligence hidden in the brain, and why does that matter? Why do cross-racial friendships decrease in schools that are more integrated? If 98% of kids think lying is morally wrong, then why do 98% of kids lie?…

Read More Read More

Communicate with your Kids & Win a $200 Visa Card!

Communicate with your Kids & Win a $200 Visa Card!

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED And the winner is…. The winner of the $200 Visa Gift Card is DG who answered the question in her blog, The Prestigiator: How you keep the lines of communication open with your children as they grow older and gain more freedom? Well, I don’t have kids but I can say from how I was raised: 1. adhere to a regular dinner time because good conversation takes place at the table over delicious meals, 2….

Read More Read More

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….

Read More Read More