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I have the fridgesmart tupperware, but it doesn’t list how the vents should be for grapes. Do you know?
Just found this…
one question: What did you do if she had her meltdown somewhere other than home? I love this idea and NEED it badly, but my little one is beginning to do this during soccer games and at gymnastics. If she doesn’t want to do it, there is no making her. She ends up kicking, screaming, even hitting whomever is in her way. Aaaaahhhh!!!
Hey, I cant seem to find the code for the “Moms for Modesty” icon. Could you please mail it to my email? I would really appreciate it if you could.
Great blog BTW:)
Hey cutie – I’ve been keeping up with your blog and finally made one of my own. I’m going to put you on my page, OK? But you don’t need to do the same with mine – it’s just for my siblings and a few friends…but yours is so good I know some of my sisters will enjoy looking at it – will that be OK?
Look forward to talking to you soon – hang in there -
they no longer make those diaper doublers! do you know of others? thanks.
I’m Jay Gunther, husband of Victoria Gunther, AKA “Dr. Sue” who wrote “The Girl in a Whirl”. I noticed that you had put it on your website. Victoria recently completed her first book which is scheduled to be published this coming August and distributed in major LDS bookstores. “The Girl in a Whirl” is the feature poem/commentary, however, she has written many more, some of which, in my humble opinion, are much better than “The Girl in a Whirl.” I just wanted to let you know that she has a website where you can read about her book and a couple of other poems. They are a mixture of humor, daily life, and some serious stuff. The commentary is as good as the poems and the poems are great!
She is looking for anyone who would be interested in doing a review of her book. If you are interested, click on the picture at the bottom of the page and she will send you a manuscript.
Her website is here: http://www.girlinawhirl.com/
Thanks for you time.
This is Jocelyn, Senior Web Editor at Family Circle. I’m a big fan of your blog – your posts are a good read and totally relatable. We’re rolling out a new social networking site called Momster.com, created just for moms of teens and tweens, and I’m reaching out to people who seem like they’d have the kind of insight, candid personality, and web-savvy attitude we’re looking for to be a leader on the site – and from your blog, I can see that you’re the type of gal I’m looking for. (And yes, I realize your oldest child is really the only one who really fits the “tween” bill, but I suspect that’ll be the case with lots of members.)
Still with me? Interested? Email me and I can send all the details.
I simply wanted to let you know, I really appreciate the writing on your web site. But I am viewing it with my Opera Browser and the display doesn’t seem to be quite right. It’s certainly not a huge deal as I can still see and read the postings but just wanted to let you know about that. Please keep up the good work. Thanks.
could you please send me the recipe for the pumpkin roll i would love to make it to welcome the fall season, i have a fresh pumpkin and want to use it for something really good other than pumpkin pie….thank you so much and happy autumn!!
you can send it to my email ill iet ya kow how it comes out
Hi. How old are your kids?
A grandma in CA.
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