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Created to reach out to other Moms and families to offer support, it has become a community of encouragement, friendship and
strength for parents and families. Whether you are a stay-at-home
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Have you ever left the house wondering what your little critters
were up to? I, for one, will definitely look at my pets differently when I go out.
The kids have been preparing their wish list for Christmas in
hopes of getting that "must have" new item that everyone is already raving about, but what about Paisley? Does she
not deserve that same level of involvement? Why can't she have her own wish list this Christmas?
We recently came across a new pasta product that is not only a healthy
choice, but also tastes great too. Chickapea Pasta is gluten-free, certified organic, vegan and contains no preservatives.
You can feel guilt free as it contains only two ingredients, organic chickpeas and lentils.
We are excited to announce that we are involved in the Purina Pet
People Ambassador Program. Our little Shih Tzu, Paisley joined our family early in 2016. Watch our blog for fun adventures
Getting back in to the workforce after spending time at home with kids
has always been a challenge. But today, with the infiltration of social media, it can be an additional hurdle to turn what
has been your personal musings and reflections on life into a professional profile online, while you're looking for that perfect
What is the #1 thing you can do to nourish yourself for the day but not
overeat? Portion Control. It is an established fact that we consume far too much as a nation. As individuals we hardly
have a concept of what constitutes an appropriate amount or serving size anymore. There are some visual cues that can be engaged
to train our kids' eyes and tummies to right-size our hunger and expectations.