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Where to buy activewear and gym clothes online that aren’t Lorna Jane – Single Mum, Parents Article

Are you bored of your current activewear look and want something new to wear to the gym? What is it with exercise? Sometimes we have to really look the part to get motivated. And we all know that motivation is the key to getting our tired single mum arses down the gym. To help you style the fitness fanatic look perfectly, we’ve scanned the internet and found heaps of great gear that will have you feeling and looking super-fit in…

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How Much Do You Know About the First Amendment? Take a Quiz – Media! Tech! Parenting! – Parents Article

Everyone in the United States needs to learn more about a United States document that defines our freedom. The First Amendment to the United States Constitution is short and succinct with just 45 words. “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.” Click on the…

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Crockpot Chicken Spaghetti Your Family Will Ask For! • The Simple Parent – Parents Article

Crockpot Chicken Spaghetti Your Family Will Ask For! • The Simple Parent We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it.OKread more This is only a snippet of a Parents Article written by Mariah Read Full Parenting Article

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Parents Teach Sharing! – Parents Article

Parents, the news has been pretty crazy lately. We turn on our television sets to see what’s going on in the world and we get bombarded with the poor choices people are making that many times ends in violence. During these times I try to think back to a poem written by Robert Fulghum called, All l Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten. In this poem, Robert Fulghum says is to share everything. Unfortunately, today’s schools, kindergarten included,…

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Connecting with Your Kids When They’re Upset (Works with Siblings Too) – Parents Article

In this episode: Janet responds to a parent with a toddler and four-year-old who struggles to connect with her kids individually, and neither reacts well when the other is getting mom’s attention. For instance, she says when she tries to give her older son some lap time, “my 18-month-old clearly gets jealous and starts squealing, attempting to climb on me, hitting his brother.” She’s wondering if it’s possible to really connect with either child when both are upset. Transcript of…

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Using Weeds to Stop Erosion – Parents Article

Our soil is under attack from a number of different sources, some of which are wearing it down. One of those problems is top-soil erosion. As the wind and water bear down on the surface of Earth, it creates any number of problems for the rest of the world. While it is a normal process, it is nonetheless a process that is having a number of different effects, some of which we need to find ways to arrest. The most…

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How Every Single Mom Should Celebrate Mother’s Day | Kaywanda Lamb – Single Mum, Parents Article

Have you ever felt underappreciated and just a little sad when Mother’s Day comes around? You know because your kids are little and you’re single and no one is celebrating you like you want? I get it sister. And that is why I’m going to help you celebrate yourself. Don’t get me wrong. I love my boys and adored every tiny painted handprint, soggy bowl of cereal (their idea of breakfast in bed), and all the I love you mama’s…

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How Every Single Mom Should Celebrate Mother’s Day | Kaywanda Lamb – Single Mum, Parents Article

Have you ever felt underappreciated and just a little sad when Mother’s Day comes around? You know because your kids are little and you’re single and no one is celebrating you like you want? I get it sister. And that is why I’m going to help you celebrate yourself. Don’t get me wrong. I love my boys and adored every tiny painted handprint, soggy bowl of cereal (their idea of breakfast in bed), and all the I love you mama’s…

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The Playing Field – Office Mum – Parents Article

Six o’clock. Hazy sunshine. A nippy evening chill creeping in, but these hardy soccer players don’t care. Shin guards on, socks pulled high, shorts and proud club jerseys. Running to the pitch, racing for the first kick of the ball. Eight, nine, ten years old, one thing in common – a love of the beautiful game. Oh, and they’re all girls. Every week when I drop her at soccer training, my heart sings. When I see her pick up her pace as we get nearer,…

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