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March 28, 2012 Week Link Ups

 The past several months have been busy but we are back to linking up with some of our favourite blogs. This week we have linked up with our simple country life,  a wise woman builds her home, deep roots at home, raising homemakers, Courtney at women living well and some girls website       … Read more

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Oscar Claude Monet

 We love the atmosphere and recreation of Monet’s work, “Bridge over a Pond of Water Lilies”. At our local Arboretum, they have landscaped and gardened to create the perfect Monet. We truly felt transported into one of his paintings. Very beautiful and peaceful!             “This is the day the LORD … Read more

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Walking Barefoot on Grass

I think as parents, we always look forward to and enjoy the “typical” milestones such as sitting up, walking, and the first day of school. However, there are so many other milestones that we sometimes forget to focus on and take in. I experienced one of these moments with my son the other day. He … Read more

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Consignment Sales

Don’t forget about theJBF consignment sale this week and weekend. I’m going tonight!! Two weeks ago, at the 3 Sisters Consignment Sale, I snagged this terrific radio flyer tricycle ($60 in stores) for just $25 plus a nearly brand new helmet for $2.          

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How Ireland changed my Life!

It’s true, there are leprechauns with pots of gold at the end of rainbows in Ireland. I know because I found a pot of gold in Ireland. The day I moved to Ireland, was the day my life changed 360! Ireland gifted me with a renewed spirit; a founding of security and self-confidence that had … Read more

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Examples to help your kids expand their palates

The picture, left, is a typical assortment of some fruits and potatoes that we go through during a 1-2 weeks time. In this post, I want to give some more examples of how my tips can be used to help others with their kids and expanding palates. The other day one of our wisemommies’ readers told me that her … Read more

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Preventing a picky/finicky eater: Results with my husband

Do you think Picky Eaters are Born or Made? Do you have picky eaters in your family? I married a picky eater, but quickly changed that. I strongly believe it is never too late to change anything when one is willing…or at least has an open mind. I’ve posted some results and how we’ve made changes … Read more

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Preventing a picky/finicky eater: Results with my son

One of my friends who was struggling with a picky eater, turned to me one day, after a lunch battle with her own child and made the statement, I wonder when your child will become a picky eater? I replied with, He will never become a picky eater. She said, You can’t say that, you … Read more

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