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The ‘C’ word – Parenting Twins Article

My dad has cancer. Even writing those four words feels wrong. I’ve known for a few weeks but still saying it out loud feels alien. Cancer isn’t a thing people close to me get. Cancer is a distant, far away thing that a friend of a friend has. Or a family member of an acquaintance is going through chemotherapy. It isn’t something close to me. Until it is. Thankfully, the prognosis is good. My dad’s cancer, albeit aggressive, should be…

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Spring 2020 Upcoming events with KFCA! – Kitsap Foster Care Association Blog – Foster Parents Article

Hi friends!We have a bunch of upcoming events that I wanted to let you know about!These are also posted on our facebook page (or will be soon)…3/15, 3:30pm – 5pm, playdate at Defy in Silverdale! Limited tickets available; only jumpers need tickets. Community and Family will provide treats. Get your tickets here:https://www.universe.com/events/defy-silverdale-tickets-Y6MGQF 3/28 10-3 conference at Harborside in downtown Bremerton. We will provide lunch, parking and child care! Please email jeanie-johns to secure your spot for child care. Trainings include…

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Hanging on – A Dad trying to cope with the loss of his Partner and becoming a single parent. – Single Dad, Parents Article

After all the bad weather. The floods. The driving rain. The damaging winds. After three storms. Conditions which have proved too much for the early daffodils. The snowdrops are still hanging on. They are truly wonderful little delicate flowers. Hanging on applies to the humans as well. Son’s anxiety levels are definitely spiking now. He is returning to the outside world after 10 days of safety within the confines of his house and garden. Days of not needing to build…

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Inside Martyn’s Thoughts: A 24 Year Promise: The Brighton Marathon – Single Dad, Parents Article

At the age of 13 I kept falling and no one understood why.I was still young yet the best hospital to deal with me was an adult hospital.I was, with hindsight, out of my depth. At night it would be filled with alarms, electronic noises and cries of distress.Mum stayed in hospital lodgings but could only visit during specific times. It was difficult but I spent most of my time trying to ignore the harder moments.When I wasn’t reading I…

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Is Cbd Cream A Good Alternative To Cbd Oil? – Parents Article

As someone dealing with regular pain issues in my body, I am very curious to learn about different things that can help the pain, with minimal or no side effects ideally. Therefore, this post sent by a reader about CBD creams was very timely and really makes me want to look into it as an option for myself.  CBD has been rising up the popularity ladder especially in the world of social media. But it still suffers from a major…

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How to Get Ready for Summer Camp – Parents Article

If summer camp is in the future for your child, spring is the perfect time to start planning and preparing! Whether your kids are interested in day camp or sleep-away camp, there’s no denying the educational and social benefits summer camps can have. However, some kids find it easier to adjust to the new routine than others. For children returning to a camp they’ve attended in the past, the process can be exciting! They’re looking forward to seeing old friends,…

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Make Tax Season a Breeze With These Easy-to-Follow Pointers – Single Mum, Parents Article

Photo by Acharaporn Kamornboonyarush from Pexels Taxes might be unavoidable, but the stress associated with filing them does not have to be. Take notice of a few key details when you are preparing to pay this year’s taxes and let go of some of the hassle. Get in Touch With a Highly Qualified Professional With so much on the line, it pays to have some appropriate advice before filing taxes. Organizations including the United CPA Association can provide details about…

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A Perfume Snob Goes Full Circle – Single Mum, Parents Article

Old friends, Oscar and Cantata For my 16th birthday a friend gave me a big bottle of Charlie. That was the young and cheap(ish) choice for teenagers just starting on their perfume journey in the 1970s.At 20 I returned from my gap year and started college. My more sophisticated friends explained that you needed to have a signature scent that you always used. People would know you by it. It was the sophisticated thing to do.So I experimented with some…

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The Cunningham Family: around here: week 7 2020 – Parenting Twins Article

{February 9 – February 15} Avoiding… the grocery store with what Josh called top level avoidance skills (thankyouverymuch) by spending Sunday making tortillas, banana bread and homemade bread, all from scratch, simply so I wouldn’t have to go to the grocery store until Monday.  Haha!Reading… Long Bright River, Terilingua Teacher and Wait Till Helen Comes.  I’m listening to Long Bright River on audio, and it is captivating.  It reminds me of the latest season (Season 20) of Intervention that I…

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