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What Mobile-Safety Statistic is Your Child?

What Mobile-Safety Statistic is Your Child?

A few weeks ago, I offered a giveaway to one lucky SAHM Reviews reader to attend a webinar on mobile safety. While I was thrilled to be able to give one of my readers this great opportunity, I was even more thrilled to be able to participat ...
Safely Exploring the Wild

Safely Exploring the Wild

I’m not sure where the obsession started but there is no denying it… Miss M is head over heels crazy about huskies. Her goal is to collect “Every husky in the whole world.” She looks at stuffed ones, ceramic ones, pi ...
From Hot to Not: Pick a Pepper

From Hot to Not: Pick a Pepper

Despite the fact that I’m watching my weight and changing my eating habits, I still like to eat out. Scratch that. I LOVE to eat out.  Splurging on a meal out every once in a while helps validate our process.  We’ve made general ...
It Has Been a Bad Day

It Has Been a Bad Day

Me:  How was your day, honey? Miss M:   It’s been a bad day, Mom. Me:  Really? What happened? And we proceed to discuss how bad her day was.  More often than not, it’s something small. Something petty. ONE thing that defined her ...
Just Suck it Up

Just Suck it Up

It’s been a while since I’ve talked about my dogs around here. Unfortunately, it’s no longer plural. Just over a year ago, we lost our American Eskimo to a stroke. We have been fortunate that our dogs lived as long as they ...
Cereal, Cereal and More Cereal

Cereal, Cereal and More Cereal

Many, many, many years ago, we had a perpetual collection of cereal in our little apartment. Despite lacking the space to store it, I bought it… because it was cheap (or free). The area above the kitchen cabinets that normal people us ...
Diet is Not a (Bad) Four Letter Word

Diet is Not a (Bad) Four Letter Word

There are several things that I tend to be private about – or at least touch only the tip of the iceberg about.  One of those subjects is my weight.  I’ve blogged about various products that I’ve used, about my trips to th ...
You Cook, I Clean

You Cook, I Clean

Anybody who has ever eaten at our house knows who wears the apron in the family. Even if you ask my kids who is most responsible for setting off the smoke alarm, they’ll say “Mom!”. That’s okay though because it has ...
Tablet Talk: Motorola Xoom

Tablet Talk: Motorola Xoom

Unlike many women, shopping for clothes and shoes just isn’t my thing.  I don’t enjoy it and avoid it until my husband tells me I need to update my wardrobe.  Instead, I’m perfectly happy perusing the aisles at someplace l ...

Skipping School is the ONLY Option

If you’re anything like me, talking about difficult things with a pen and paper has always been easier than saying it out loud.  Whether I’m upset with someone that has hurt or offended me in some way, or I’m unhappy about ...