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Tag Archives: kids
I’m honored to present a new guest poster – Stephanie of Making Time For Me. No, Stephanie’s not “new” – she has more followers than I do! But she might be new to some of you, so after you’ve enjoyed … Continue reading
Originally posted on Underdaddy:
I have tried to be good, really I have. My cautionary tales of trying to be careful of what you say and do around children have apparently been in vain. There really is no way to…
Sometimes in the rush of daily activities, you can temporarily forget some of the best times of your life. Recently, fellow blogger Typical Tracy published a post about a water ride at her local amusement park. That post brought back … Continue reading
Telling it like it is. “Treat [your child] like he’s a person [you] want to spend time with and not [your] laptop bag.” Amen, Ollie! (Comments have been turned off for this re-blog – please post any comments on Ollie’s site.)