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  • Forum Post: A Mom's World, Friday, favorite blogs

    Posted 03/08/2013 05:28:10 EST

    Thanks! Some of my favorite parenting blogs include Pragmatic Mom (of course! Education, reading, apps, parenting!), The Honest Toddler (not really parenting, but super funny and spot on with regard t more »

  • Forum Post: A Mom's World, Thursday, questions

    Posted 03/07/2013 05:50:23 EST

    1. On a desert island -- a Kindle loaded with my favorite books (because I couldn't pick just one), a bunch of empty spiral notebooks and a collection of pens. 2. Pet peeves -- Grammar errors (sorry, more »

  • Forum Post: A Mom's World, Wednesday, favorite post

    Posted 03/06/2013 01:16:29 EST

    Picking a favorite post is really hard! I'll try: For funny posts, I'd choose "Another one bites the dust" (2009) written after a second pet hermit crab inexplicably died. I know pet death is not a fu more »

  • Forum Post: A Mom's World, Tuesday, 20 facts

    Posted 03/05/2013 04:41:35 EST

    #9 -- Yes! It was a doll that could "eat" food of some kind. Kids were getting fingers caught, hair sucked in. It was pretty gross! #19 -- That's always a goal of mine. Staples loves me in January. DH more »

  • Forum Post: A Mom's World, Tuesday, 20 facts

    Posted 03/05/2013 02:22:27 EST

    Okay, 20 facts about me and my blog, in no particular order: 1. I love pizza. I'd eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day. I don't. But I would. 2. I grew up in Connecticut, but I've been liv more »

  • Forum Post: A Mom's World, Monday introduction

    Posted 03/04/2013 10:32:17 EST

    Thanks, Kristi, and hi everybody! I'm excited and honored to be the first Featured Parent Blogger here in the forums! As Kristi said, my name is Jennifer Clark Estes. I live south of Boston, am marrie more »

  • Forum Post: Anyone have experience with reflux?

    Posted 08/02/2012 09:06:14 EDT

    My third child had awful reflux -- it started when she was about a month old (maybe?). She spit up constantly and refused to nurse; she'd just arch her back and cry/scream endlessly. It was worse at n more »

  • Forum Post: Just for fun: Most random song?

    Posted 05/24/2012 10:52:02 EDT

    Oh, Medford, that TMBG album is awesome -- it's been a favorite in our house for years! (If you're talking about "Here Come the ABCs!")


     
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  • Forum Post: How do you keep your kids safe around dogs?

    Posted 05/18/2012 02:50:24 EDT

    I what Micromom suggests, and also remind kids to never put their faces in the dog's face, never bother a dog while it's eating, and for gosh sake, don't pull on the fuzzy long tail! I love dogs to bu more »

  • Forum Post: So How's your day going?

    Posted 05/16/2012 10:50:55 EDT

    Aw, hugs to all of you! I hope things go better as the day goes on. Now that my kids are in school, I sometimes miss the days when we were all here together. Then I hear stories like yours and decide more »

  • Forum Post: Popular Baby Names

    Posted 05/15/2012 08:39:49 EDT

    Well said, Micromom. It's like anything else about parenting -- you have to do what works/is best for you. (This from a Jennifer who learned to laugh that so many of us were out there -- 8 on my dorm more »

  • Forum Post: Pacifier Obsession

    Posted 04/30/2012 03:27:12 EDT

    FWIW, my kids still do that getting up from the table to do the bathroom business thing. 10, 9, 7 and 6......



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  • Forum Post: What do your kids think you do at work?

    Posted 04/26/2012 08:14:39 EDT

    I work from home as a writer (I also tutor occasionally). My kids think "what I do at work" is Facebook, email, and a few community boards. When I show them bylines and published pieces, they're like more »

  • Forum Post: Acting out after newborn

    Posted 04/10/2012 11:13:13 EDT

    Thank you, ladies! Great suggestions.... more »

  • Forum Post: Acting out after newborn

    Posted 04/10/2012 08:31:45 EDT

    Sorry to hijack the thread, but misslily, what charity did you donate them to? I have four giant Hefty bags filled with stuffed animals, but most place I've looked into won't take them (for fear of ge more »

  • Forum Post: How would YOU spend your winnings?

    Posted 03/31/2012 09:24:23 EDT

    Oooo, ALF!! The suspense!!


    I am cleaning my house today. Which tells you all about MY quick picks! :)
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  • Forum Post: How would YOU spend your winnings?

    Posted 03/30/2012 12:03:52 EDT

    I'm heading off to the grocery store in a few minutes, and will probably also buy a few lottery tickets (hey, you gotta be in it to win it, right?). Then I'll spend the afternoon daydreaming about how more »

  • Forum Post: Chewing food for your baby fad?

    Posted 03/28/2012 09:42:37 EDT

    I apologize for using the word "gross." I can understand that it is something practiced in many cultures around the world, and didn't mean to disrespect that. I was thinking about the germ factor, too more »

  • Forum Post: Chewing food for your baby fad?

    Posted 03/28/2012 08:13:10 EDT

    Kar, I can't see the poll either. :( But, it's kind of bizarre and gross to me. What's the purpose of doing it? I saw a clip on the news today and something like "form of bonding" was mentioned....but more »

  • Forum Post: Eating your placenta

    Posted 03/28/2012 08:08:55 EDT

    One word -- ick. more »

  • Forum Post: At home activities for toddlers

    Posted 03/12/2012 08:41:38 EDT

    I love these ideas! I'm going to make this thread sticky so everyone can find it easily in the future! more »

  • Forum Post: Transition to table food/family dinner

    Posted 03/07/2012 02:56:53 EST

    Ah, salad! I like the make-your-own idea! One thing I do from time to time is get out the platter I use for crudite at parties, and load it up with raw veggies. In the center part I put either low-fat more »

  • Forum Post: Alphabet game

    Posted 03/06/2012 11:25:24 EST

    G -- Giraffes! In my youngest girls' room, there are two: Giraffey, a gift for #3 when she was born. When the music box inside broke, she asked Santa for a new one, and got Faffey. #4 shares the room more »

  • Forum Post: Recipes!

    Posted 03/05/2012 08:28:27 EST

    Thanks, everyone! These are great ideas. I wish I could get my kids to eat Greek yogurt, but the texture is off-putting for them (not me, though!). I'm going to have to try some of these chicken recip more »

  • Forum Post: Recipes!

    Posted 03/01/2012 08:17:52 EST

    I've noticed that quite a few threads lately (as well as in the past) have included suggestions for recipes -- for pregnant moms, for new moms, for parents-on-the-go, for parents trying to introduce n more »

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