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Monthly Blogging Goals

by Blog goals for 2013 and reflecting back on the blog goals for 2012. Related posts: Friday Find: Group Hug for My Mommy Blogging Tribe Meet my bloggy mommy friends. Social media is wonderful...

Support Dreams at Treehouse with Seattle Nanny

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Sign up for our backup care program this month and we'll donate your membership to Treehouse!

The programs at Treehouse provide what's necessary for all children: a safe place to dream. You can help provide love and support for local foster children and helping them build their...

Visit the Pots Family at The Oregon Garden

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Pete Pot, Patty Pot and Clay Pot are all bundled up for the winter, and are awaiting your visit to the Children's Garden! Come to the Garden to dig for dinosaur bones, play in the hobbit house and visit the Pots family, all in the Children's...

Giveaway and review: ‘Reader’s Digest Treasury of Joy and Inspiration’

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Start off the new year on a positive, joy-filled note. Visit the Back Room to enter the giveaway for a copy of the Reader's Digest Treasury of Joy and Inspiration: Our Most Moving Stories Ever. Details HERE.

 

 

 

Because I Feel Like Doing A Meme

by I was blog hopping today and I ran into Harriet’s Sunday Steal and I thought it looked like fun so I thought I’d make that today’s blog since I STILL can’t think of anything... ...

One-word Wednesday: Posers

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Gramma with Mac and Bubby, posing on the last day of her visit.

Today's Christmas-y question:

What is one thing you will do—or have already done—this holiday season that you were unable to do last year?

12 Pearls of Christmas

by Welcome to the12 Pearls of Christmas blog series! Merry Christmas from Pearl Girls™! We hope you enjoy these Christmas “Pearls of Wisdom” from the authors who were so kind...

NYC Grandparents: Meaningful Activities for Grandparents and Grandkids

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A visit with the grandparents can be a special treat for everyone. Parents get a break and kids get to spend time with family members who aren't their mom or dad. That may mean slightly different ground rules, like snagging treats they aren't allowed at home, but it's also an opportunity to hear stories about what mom and pop...

Sweet Holiday Science! A New Take on Gingerbread Houses

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Much like Hansel and Gretel, most kids have a hard time denying the sugary sweet appeal of a candy coated gingerbread house. While most of the time they end up eating half the decorations rather than pasting them on the house, each edible creation always ends up looking like a diabetic's worst nightmare. To see some gingerbread houses that...

Destination Unknown: Active Christmas Holidays in Europe

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We are staying at home in Norway this Christmas and in a way it is lovely. There’s already plenty of...

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