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10 Ways to Raise an Abuser

There are things that parents need to avoid.

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Be Careful! Hot Car Deaths

  Watch this video first… I know that we all get busy and sometimes forgetful but I can’t image forgetting my child in the car. My mother has 9 children and NEVER have we EVER left a child behind. This video is really scary to me so I had to share it with you. My […]

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Once A Man, Twice a Child

Once a man, twice a child means exactly that. We are born dependent upon our care givers, using walkers and aides to help us get around; we then become adults. Self sufficient, taking care of ourselves and families. Then we grow in age and become reliant upon someone to take care of us; using walkers, needing assistance with feeding and some wearing diapers.

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I’m NO Super Woman (Mom)

A friend of mine posted the above yesterday on her timeline and I asked permission to post on the blog. This is an excellent question and most days I really have NO idea how I manage my life. What I do know is that I’m NO Super Woman (Mom). The fact that Supermom is actually […]

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Keep Your Sneakers ON!!!

Hey Y’all, Erick’s Parent Teacher conference was last week and it was successful. We were already aware that he wasn’t doing very well in math and we also know that Erick has issues with focusing, he procrastinates and often doesn’t finish his assignments in class. 3rd grade has been an up hill battle but I’m […]

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Sacrifices Must Be Made!

Hey y’all, I’m back to work and so very happy about it, but sacrifices are being made and sometimes that doesn’t make for a happy mama. Over the past week I realized how much we actually sacrifice as parents for the futures of our children and how many parents before us did the same thing. […]