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We enjoyed linking up this week with, Delightful Order, Found The Marbles, Truly Lovely, While He Was Napping, Best Posts Of The Week, Homemaker by Choice, Katie Lloyd Photography,  Finding Joy,  The Alabaster Jar                            

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Fascinating Cocoon

 This cocoon, picture left, was on the hardi board of our home and caught my eye the other day. It has to be the most fascinating and interesting cocoon that I have ever seen. It is sort alien-like and scary with its gold, metal, spikes and such. My son and I spent nearly 15 minutes just … Read more

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The Meaning of Memorial Day

Memorial Day Weekend is not just a fun 3 day weekend via a federal holiday. It is a time for us all to come together, as Americans, to give thanks to the families and veterans who have sacrificed and served our country. Click here to see what Wikipedia says Memorial Day is. I think of my … Read more

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Pre/Post-Pregnancy Yoga Classes

I love Mother and Me Yoga classes and regret not attending more pre-pregnancy yoga classes. With all three of my boys, I have taken mother and me yoga classes from the age of 2 months to 3 years of age. Yoga is fantastic at helping women recover post-pregnancy from having carried and giving birth to … Read more

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BooksmART Festival

 Completely Free, Fun, Educational, and Day-long Event/Opportunity! This will be the second year for the annual Booksmart Festival. It’s an incredible opportunity presented by the Dallas Museum of Art.  There will be many very well-known, award winning, and loved authors, illustrators, speeches, demonstrations, lessons, and activities.  Saturday, June 9 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.  Some Authors and illustrators include: Taye Diggs and Shane … Read more

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Hygiene help

It can be tricky to convince kids that hygiene is important. Kids think in the “now”, so a cavity several months, or years, down the road won’t mean anything to them. There are ways to help kids take responsibility for routine cleaning, such as teeth, hair, nails and hands.   To start, try explaining the importance of good grooming in … Read more

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Skuut Balance Bike

The Skuut bike is a favorite of us wisemommies. We gifted our sons for the 2nd birthday with this award-winning wooden bike. It has no pedals or training wheels. Children kick off the ground pushing themselves and the bike forward. The Skuut is a great first bike designed to develop a child’s balance and coordination by simply allowing the … Read more

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Roasted Curry Cauliflower

I’ve been trying to convince several of my American friends to start eating more curry. One of my absolute favorite dishes is a cauliflower chicken curry dish. I’ve posted the recipe, cooked with a whole chicken, cilantro and limes, but I wanted to re-post the curry cauliflower recipe with some extra helpful tips. I know … Read more

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Meaning and Purpose of us as Mothers

 Motherhood: When one of my good friends first became a mother, she told me, “motherhood will show you and your husband just how selfish you are or have been as human beings.” I started to think about this especially after having my child. It is true that once you become a mother, your role changes … Read more

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Mothers in other Cultures

 I love writing about cultural differences but with the love of a mother, there is no cultural difference. Culturally, here are some of our favorite quotes, and how to say mom in other languages.   Famous Jewish Proverb states, “God could not be everywhere and therefore he made mothers”.   In Ireland they say that … Read more

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