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Middle Age Daughters 4-12 years old
These are the wonder years, they wonder about everything and not sure about anything. In this article,we will talk about friends, chatting, play dates, boys, puberty, clothes, first bra, and menstruation. Strap on your roller blades because we have a lot of ground to cover.
Mind, Body and Soul
The importance of life is creating balance. Balance in a girlís life is important. Itís also the path to a contented life.
Money Making Tips Just for Daughters
Who wants to be a millionaire? Only kidding! Iím sure we could all use a little extra money. But what if you could be debt and credit card free plus be financially fit. Sounds to good to be true - check this out.
A mothers job in tells her to work 24/7 a week, you get no vacations, no sick days and certainly no personal days. Did I forget to mention that overtime is mandatory? In addition, you are not paid. Please find inspiring quotes from some great people reminding us why she does it.
Hi new mom, congradulations! You've had a crash course in being a new parent and it feels great. You bought all the latest books and toys. You even have the latest bed and stroller. You've got the best bottles and even down to the best nipples. You are now ready to have fun through learning.
New Year - New Me
In looking back, I reflect on what everything has brought me and what I have learned. It leaves me wondering what I would like to do differently in the New Year.
New Year New Self
Reflection and rediscovering on what everything has brought me and what I've learned from the old year. It leaves me wondering what I would like to do differently in the New Year. Take a look at rediscovering and new beginnings.
New Yearís Resolutions Just For Daughterís
For moms and dads who want to be more effective in the New Year. You can start by beginning the New Year with helping your daughter set resolutions.
No Itís Not Candy
Kids will put just about anything in their mouth - including potential toxic single-dose laundry detergent packets. I'll give you important information that could prevent a hazardous disaster or even a death.
One Day at a Time
Overwhelming, angry, protective, frustration and love are all feelings you feel when you are raising a daughter with a disability. Let me show you how to take one day at a time in the midst of it all.
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