Posts Tagged ‘family’


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Living With Kids: Katie Gnau


By Gabrielle.

Wouldn’t it be neat to live in an arty loft? No walls to obstruct views, maybe some exposed ductwork and a few brick walls, with city lights twinkling all around. Oh, it seems to me like the design possibilities in one would be as endless as the ceiling height!...

Giveaway: The Nut Job DVD and Printable Activity Sheets (3 winners) #TheNutJob

by Earlier this year I shared news about THE NUT JOB movie. Did you take your family to see it? I hope so because it was a great family movie. If you didn't or would just like to own it to watch again with...

I am fasting for my family


I am a 25-year-old UC San Diego graduate and I taking on my second fast for fair immigration reform.

I was born in Oakland and have waited all of my life to meet my family from the Philippines. My mother obtained her citizenship before I was born and one of the first things she did was file for family visas...

Family Member of the Month Printable


Ask members of your family what would make them feel special. During months with special events, like a family member's birthday, make them the family member of the month. Show them how much they mean to the family. Teach them how to serve and love one another. Use this family member of the month printable...

I am fasting to repair a broken immigration system that ignores the ties of family and love


My name is Erin Oshiro and I’m fasting as a woman, a mom, and as the great-granddaughter of Japanese, Irish and Italian immigrants. The majority of immigrants in the U.S. are women and children. Neither they nor their loved ones ensnared in the family-visa backlogs can wait another day for Congress to reform or broken immigration system. I’m fasting...

Doing our best to keeping family close to the heart


This post brought to you by New York Life. All opinions are...

The Importance of Family Meal Time #NewTraDish


  This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Ragú® Official New Tra-Dish. The opinions and text are all mine.

When I was growing up, my mom had a home-cooked meal on the table for us every single night.

Taco salad. Pork chops on rice. Spaghetti and...

Family Cookbook Worthy: Miso Tahini Dip


My mom called a few weeks ago with an announcement. “I’m putting one of your recipes into the family cookbook!” she exclaimed happily. “You pick the first one.”

My fiancée and I are a few months away from our wedding. Somehow, more so than our recent sprawling combined family holidays or our...

NYC Allergen-Free Bakeries: 10 Sweet Spots for Gluten-Free, Nut-Free & Dairy-Free Cakes & Other Treats


In addition to having a teenager with special needs, my family was recently thrust into the world of food allergies. Our youngest is severely allergic to dairy, soy and nuts, and since I'm still nursing, that means I can't eat anything with those ingredients either. We've been allergen-free for about a year now, but as my son gets...

Get Organized For Spring


It’s been a long winter for much of the US, but spring is on the horizon!  Warm weather means a new set of clothing, spring cleaning and holidays.  Don’t let it sneak up on you. Get your home and your family ready for the warm weather with these easy steps!

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