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Cloth Diapers: Going Against the Norm

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It wasn’t so long ago when cloth diapers were all that anyone knew. Now when you see a parent cloth diapering their child it is a sort of novelty. People wonder why would anyone even bother doing it. For me it was simple. I wanted to save money. The was the biggest reason. Sure I liked that I was helping…

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Compromise and Consistency

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  Parenting requires a good mix of things, somethings you already know before getting into it, somethings you figure out after the situation is over and done with, but a lot of the time you learn as you go. It just the nature of the situation. Each child and situation is different and calls for a different response. I know…

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Mommy Guilt: Twice in 24 hours!

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This post sort of dove tails into what I wrote about yesterday. I wrote about it being ok to fail, but it sure does not feel ok. How many of you have heard the term mommy guilt? I was just reading about mommy guilt in one of my e-books I recently purchased in a bundle set. I am glancing through…

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Fits: Working with a Passionate Child

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I have a passionate child. I mean passionate. She has a flare for the dramatic. From the moment she was born she was emotional. You should have heard the cries, I felt like my ears were about to bleed. Now let me just say this now. I am not downing my daughter. I love her to pieces. We have a…

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