January 2012

CINDERELLA TRIPPIN’

January 19, 2012

My life. Wife, mother, depression conquerer, perfectionist, musician, blogging addict. Oh, and I love wine. And I don’t cook.

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THE GRASS IS MUCH GREENER IN MY YARD

January 19, 2012

Think Duggar’s meet Wild.  Dan and I have 11 amazing children, and we live our lives to the extreme.  What may not be so obvious to the casual observer is that we have extraordinary faith and do not spend one minute of our day worrying about what will come, instead we live each moment like it […]

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Is Your Smartphone Safe for Your Children

January 16, 2012

As a parent, you take many precautions to protect your children. You baby proof the house, you put up safety gates, you give them swimming lessons, and you teach them about stranger danger. You even activate parental locks on your TV and game consoles. But one precaution many parents fail to take is to make […]

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Oops!

January 6, 2012

The Surf Net Parents newsletter that went out this morning was supposed to be our pretty new design. Instead everyone got a newsletter full of codes! But hopefully I’ve corrected that now, and another newsletter was sent out. What do you think of our new design?

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How To Be a Happy Housewife

January 6, 2012

With her trademark wit and irreverent humour, author and mother of five, Maeve Bradbury, chronicles everywoman’s battle to assert dominion over her house, her family, her career and her spreading waistline – and shares her top tips on How To Be a Happy Housewife.

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How to Get Your Family to Eat More Green Vegetables With These Tasty Recipes

January 1, 2012

My husband loves to eat bacon, steak, and pretty much any other meat. He does not love to eat any vegetables (except maybe Cesar salad with bacon bits on it). As a wife and health care provider, I’m worried that my hubby might not be getting enough of the good nutrition that comes from eating […]

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