Bicycle Safety Tips for Children

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Planning a family vacation with a special needs child

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Grilling Safety Tips

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Nutrition Tips for baby boomers

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Mom Matters

Moms making a difference

Heather Borden Herve´ is bringing GOOD News back to her community Recently I joined a women’s small business group in my town.  It started out, as most things do with women these days, with a question I happened to post on our town Facebook page.  I wanted to see if anyone had some marketing tips […]

Kidz Zone Perfect Bars Review and Coupon

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Disclaimer – I have a material connection because I received a gift or sample of a product for consideration in preparing to write this content. All opinions stated within are my own. Recently the folks at ZonePerfect sent me new bars for my kids to try – Kidz Zone Perfect. Thank goodness they were smart […]

Perfect Mother’s Day Gift For Multi-Tasking Mom VTech® Connect to Cell™ (Ad)

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Disclaimer – I have a material connection because I received a gift or sample of a product for consideration in preparing to write this content. All opinions stated within are my own. I love my home office and being a Work at Home Mom (WAHM). I look out over the woods and have my very […]

Day 1 of Buttoned Up Boot Camp – Detox!

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As I’ve mentioned in my Facebook and blog postings, I’m slightly apprehensive to start anything called Boot Camp – especially when it comes to clearing out clutter.  But I was given the opportunity to sign up for Buttoned Up Boot Camp and I figured it was a sign that it’s high time I start getting […]

“Latch on NYC” – A Restriction on Baby Formula

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Bloomberg Trying to Restrict Baby Formula in NYC Hospitals The movement towards restricted formula use in 27 New York hospitals has women across the nation angered. It seems that this is almost an insensitive infringement onto the rights women have to feed their newborns formula. This initiative will keep formula locked up in storage at […]

Mom, Wife, Caregiver, Circus Performer?

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Mom, Wife, Caregiver….Circus Performer?  I Didn’t Pack Enough for This Guilt Trip People often read about my story as The Safety Mom and say to me, “How do you do it?” What they are referring to is the fact that my son has special needs, my first died of SIDS, my husband has Multiple Sclerosis […]

Happy Valentine’s Day to me from Red Envelope!

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The first point I want to make clear here is that my husband gives great gifts.  He usually knows exactly what I would like and the gift is always very thoughtful. But, being the control freak that I am, I’m not into surprises.  I mean, if you’re going to get a gift it should be […]

A Single-Mom Christmas: 4 Ways To Make ‘The Most Wonderful Time of the Year’ Manageable

Guest Blog Post by Rebecca Fisher Every day I wondered if I would have enough money for gas or groceries. Every month I worried I might not be able to pay the utilities, car payment or the credit card that helped us get by when there just wasn’t enough money to go around. And every […]

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