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full hands by Kim C. Patient Expert Posted Tue 03 Sep 2013 4:28pm This morning I read a wonderful piece on Huffington Post talking about how we are all supermoms, regardless of how many children we have or the challenges we face, but also that none of us is since "supermom" is a myth.  The point was that we are all generally working at capacity, since capacity is relative.  We all have full hands most days ... Read on »
Swollen Hands While Walking by Cascia T. Posted Mon 11 Aug 2008 9:11pm My husband and I love to put the kids in the stroller and go for long walks. This summer it has been pretty hot during these walks and I've noticed that my hands and fingers swell up every time we go walking. What is causing this? At first I thought maybe I am taking in too much sodium. That can make you swell up. But when I thought about my di ... Read on »
Does anyone suffer from swollen hands, legs, etc.? by Viv Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:11pm Hello, I thought I would write up some tips for those people that suffer from swollen hands, legs, etc. Due to this illness and even prior to it, I suffered from swollen hands and feet. These are some of the things I did that helped me: 1). When you go walking, take your rings off and wear looser tennis shoes. 2). Re ... Read on »
You have your hands full! by Stacy .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 7:05pm Let me preface this blog with: I am actually in a very good mood, I love my children and I am thankful for them every day. But... When I am out and about with Cole, Katie and Sean, I must hear "You have your hands full!" probably about every other person. So if I walk past 30 people in the grocery store while shopping, I hear that phrase abou ... Read on »
Wow You Have Your Hands Full! by Tiffany Snook Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Oct 2010 5:04pm So here's the thing. Maybe I do have my hands full, but how do you respond? EVERY time I am out with the boys I get this. Sometimes it is interchanged with "wow you must be busy!" So ... how do I respond to these people? They are stating the obvious and while I love that they are acknowledging my boys and I and realizing things aren't a w ... Read on »
Devotion – Are Your Hands Too Full? Overcommitting FOR God, but Forgetting God by Lisa C. Posted Tue 26 Oct 2010 7:00am Be very careful, then, how you live – not as unwise but as wise, making the most of every opportunity. . . Therefore do not be foolish, but understand what the Lord’s will is. (Ephesians 5:15-17) “I’m so wore out and exhausted. I don’t know what my problem is.” F ... Read on »
Hands Full by Mommy2Jackson Posted Wed 07 Aug 2013 12:00am I’ve been debating posting this or not, but this has just gotten under my skin since this morning. We were leaving the library & J was in his walker, he leaned over & was playing in the gravel (like a 6 year old boy). Two elderly women were getting out of their car & both looked at me & said “you’ve got your hands full”. I politely smiled ... Read on »
My Home & Hands are Full, And Yet My Heart feels Empty by Alicia and Gavin Posted Fri 18 Mar 2011 2:53pm I'm surrounded by many. I have plenty of bodies to love, and to be loved by. My home is filled with stuff....LOTS of it! The basement is full of toys and full of equipment.....equipment such as; handicap seating, a stander, and a walker. My cupboards and refrigerator are full of food.....but they are also full of plenty ... Read on »
Hands full, fingers and shower uninterrupted. by Clare Grant Posted Tue 14 Jun 2011 4:42pm 1. We've had a lovely swimming lesson, but I'm feeling a bit of a failure. So far, Alec has peed on my towel and on his baby grow, and I went into the loo with Alec in the sling over my one-piece bathing suit, thinking I was being all clever, only to discover that it is not possible to... you get the picture (or rather, I hope you don't). With th ... Read on »
My hands are full by Bang Reyes Posted Wed 18 Jul 2012 10:06pm July 18, 2012 ... Read on »