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WIAW: A Day in the Life by fitrunningmama Posted Wed 23 Oct 2013 6:30am Happy Wednesday.  I didn’t blog yesterday because I spent Monday evening preparing for a super productive Tuesday and I have to pat myself on the back for a job well done.  Let me take you through my day! I’ve never done a post like this and lately most days are crazy but yesterday was particularly crazy. Happy WIAW ! 5:15am- Alarm goe ... Read on »
I need help. by Melanie Patient Expert Posted Thu 25 Feb 2010 12:00am Is it a behavior issue...or is he not feeling well...or a combination of both? About three weeks ago, Logan started getting very upset when he sits down to eat and I put his food in front of him. When I set the food down in front of him, he immediately pushes his plate of the table onto the floor and yells or cries. If I force him to eat a ... Read on »
Juneathon, Days 10-17 by RunDMT Posted Thu 17 Jun 2010 12:00am All right, so I’m a little behind with blogging about my Juneathon days.  Have you noticed that the girls have been home a week and I haven’t blogged about my Juneathon activities for about a week?  Coincidence?  Hardly.   Day 10 – I did 30 minutes of prenatal yoga. Day 11 – I took the kids to Busch Gardens.  Walking t ... Read on »
Splish Splash by Betsy Clark Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:07am I may not be officially old enough to qualify as a "senior" but when it comes to exercise I may as well be - arthritis and too much weight prevent me from doing a lot of what I would like to do and even walking is a chore at this point. My feet get very offended and shake their angry little fists at me when I try to get them to hit the road for ... Read on »
Learning Never Takes a Vacation! by Take Root and Write .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 16 Jun 2009 6:09pm We live a lifestyle of learning that never takes a vacation!  We are always learning and growing, discovering God's world around us! Yes, go ahead and put the school books away this summer and have some fun.  But, don't stop learning. There are a myriad of opportunities for learning and you can probably think of many more. Walk outsi ... Read on »
family yoga by zoewscott Posted Tue 05 Apr 2011 5:18pm should be called “mommy & me yoga.”  lately i’ve been attending yoga classes at my local ymca.  all of the classes are great, but the one i look forward to most is family yoga.  while other classes are usually overflowing with 20-30 people, there are only ever 6-10 people in family class- at most.  family classes are only 30 minutes and fea ... Read on »
A Little of My Story-How I Got Started with a Home-based Studio by Take Root and Write .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 26 Nov 2009 10:01pm As outlined before, in this series, Show me the Money! there will be interviews with professional women photographers in different fields of photography to see how they got started, the challenges they faced in growing their businesses, and how they faced the challenges. It was suggested to me that I start with myself!  Okay, don't rec ... Read on »
Warming up by CFMama Posted Sun 11 Mar 2012 8:21pm Just popping in real quick to let you all know that we are alive and well. My mood has improved a little bit with constant effort and reminding myself to be patient with the kids. Too many nights have I gone to sleep with the feeling of regret as to how I responded to my children during the day. With an extra hour of daylight and the ... Read on »
stream of consciousness by CFMama Posted Thu 29 Mar 2012 12:49pm Today, I don’t know where to start.  I feel like I have so much going on so a stream of consciousness post is the best way for me to attempt to express what’s going on. I still have no results from Nathan sputum culture.  I’m thinking of calling his CF clinic to check up on that. Teagan had her 18 month well baby visit yesterday.  I com ... Read on »
Michelle Obama Let’s Move by Happy Mother Runner Posted Thu 14 Mar 2013 9:28am I recently had the opportunity to attend Building a Healthier Future Summit, hosted by The Partnership for a Healthier America. The honorary chair, First Lady Michelle Obama, closed the summit by discussing the growing problem of obesity among our youth. (Video of Full Address Below) The First Lady took a different direction compared t ... Read on »