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10th-Feb-2011 12:07 pm(no subject)
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27th-Sep-2009 08:28 pm(no subject)
I'm selling 6 unopened cans of Nestle Good Start powder formula. All expire October 2010.
Auction ends in about 3 hours.

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(My daughter drinks milk now and I have so many cans of formula left to get rid of.)
21st-Sep-2008 02:35 pm - Silly.
just me

So I got to thinking (because of someone else's silliness post... yes daisy4u from you)


What is your most favorite silly thing you love to do with your kids?
My most favorite thing we did yesterday...

we turned on some music, preferably something pop-ish or kid-ish ("Please don't stop the music!") and dance like crazy all over the place!  (plus it is how I can sneak in a little exersize, god knows I need it.)

please let me know what you do to be silly with your kids.
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16th-May-2008 12:14 pm - New to community
Hi everyone. Just joined up with the community. I am a SAHM to twin 2 month boys Lucas and Dillon. I'm 34, married and well...I guess that is who I am now...lol

Just came back to LJ after being gone for sometime and trying out other places (Myspace and such) but LJ is so much fun, so many great people and a way for me to relax and to connect and not to feel like I am sinking in a pile of burp rags, diapers, bottles and pacifiers LOL
2nd-May-2008 10:55 am - Legal Planning Advice for Parents
Have you ever wondered who would take care of your children in the event of an emergency? Who would manage your resources to establish a springboard for your child’s future?
If you are anything like Alexis Martin Neely, your life has been completely changed by motherhood and has increased your instinct to nurture and provide for your children, even prompting you to stay at home and focus on your children. Legal planning is essential to ensure that your children are well taken care of in the event that something happened to you. Neely shares her knowledge in a fun guide, Wear Clean Underwear, which navigates you through the legal planning sphere and gives you all of the information that you need to secure your child’s future.
Neely has offered a unique opportunity to participate in her book launching campaign by providing a copy of Wear Clean Underwear to review on your blog, in exchange for a host of bonus gifts from parenting experts. If you would like to review the book, please contact Alicia@familywealthmatters.com
17th-Apr-2008 12:08 pm - Attn: Mom blogger
Hi Mom Bloggers, I am helping Alexis Martin Neely launch her new book, "Wear Clean Underwear: A Fast, Fun, Friendly - and Essential - Guide to Legal Planning for Busy Parents. With her savvy book Wear Clean Underwear, Alexis helps parents understand how important – and easy – legal planning is for parents. You can find out more info on the book at www.wearcleanunderwearbook.com.

So why am I writing you?

For each mom blogger who reviews the book on or before May 7, we will offer a comprehensive Kids Protection Plan counseled and prepared by a celebrity lawyer, Alexis Martin Neely. This is a great value, as an attorney prepared Kids Protection Plan is normally $1,000. And, because Alexis Martin Neely is no longer seeing new clients, this offer is truly priceless.

Let me know if you can review the book by May 7th. We would love your participation. Please contact me at alicia@wealthygirlsummit.com if you are interested.
7th-Feb-2008 03:15 pm - Follow-up!
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First, I would like to thank mercury_dreamer, xlostbeyondhope, sabrielus, and demonlord_lover for their kind words in my last post.

Well, the doctor said everything was fine with little man. He even said that something he had been concerned about last appt was just fine now! (He was concerned that Caelen's leg and arm muscles were a little tighter than they should have been.) The poor guy had to have shots, however. He was better than I am! lol! He cried just a little, but by the time the nurse was done and told me to pick him up, he was smiling and giggling at her! Whereas I almost cried and was snuggling the little guy going "Aw, my poor boogey! You're such a good boy!" etc etc. LOL!!!!
7th-Feb-2008 01:20 pm(no subject)
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Hi everyone! I wanted to introduce myself. My name is Emily, im 21 and i'm obviously a SAHM! My son Zachary is 3 weeks old today! He was born January 17th by c-section, and was a whopping 9lbs 11oz. He's my first and im loving being a mom so far. I've worked nonstop for the past 6 years so its wierd to just sit at home all day! But it is a lot of work as im sure you all know. Keeping a house clean, and a baby and kitten happy is very time consuming! My fiance, soon to be husband this upcoming monday, is a plumber and works long hours, from 5am-6pm every weekday and one weekend a month. i also live about an hour away from anyone i know so im pretty much alone up here and its good to connect with other sahm's. Well, here's some pictures of my Zach!

7th-Feb-2008 09:21 am - Introduction post
Hi!  Stepmother to Dagan and Dylan (7), full time mom to Colin (5) and Braxton (20 months).  

I've been home with the kids since Dagan and Dylan were 6 mo. old.  So 6+ years were spent at home.  Most of it I loved, if only for the experience I've gained through it. The only problem is, well, being at home limits the people one meets!  I joined LJ last year for other interests, and thought, "Why not look to see if there are other SAH moms out there to get to know?"

I'd love to meet other moms and discuss some of the problems and joy that comes with the territory.

 
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