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Some Helpful Skin Care Basics

 

Some Helpful Skin Care Basics

 

If you really want to keep your skin looking young, start with the essentials. You've probably heard these recommendations before, but they bear repeating:

 

  • Avoid The Sun

  • Wear Sunscreen

  • Don't Smoke

  • Use A Quality Moisturizer
 

A few others based on recent findings...

 

Back to Your Own Bed (2 of 2)

 

By Lee Wright

 


Fast forward four years and we thought we had finally overcome the sleep hump…my four year old was sleeping through the night and my two year old was doing the same.  We were caught up on sleep (as much as any parent can be) and they were both relatively content in their beds.  Then we moved to a new home and they began sharing a room and my two year old started to climb out of her crib.  And our sleep triumphs came to a crumbling halt. 

 

Sleep and Parenting...The Two Just Don't Mix (1 of 2)

 

By Lee Wrigh
Longer post (read last paragraph if you want the nutshell version)

 

I Never Knew Sleep Would Become Such A Huge Part Of Parenting…

 

Potty Training – My son turns four a few months early (3 of 5 posts)

 

By Lee Wright

 

As a mom, I think one of the ways that you can get through the day successfully is being able to laugh at yourself and not let the small stuff get to you (I always appreciated the book Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff, they should make one just for moms). 

 

Potty Training – Can’t Always Trust ‘The Experts’ (2 of 5 posts)

 

Potty Training – Can’t Always Trust ‘The Experts’ (2 of 5 posts)

 

By Lee Wright

 

I found some information on the web about ‘how to potty train’ and I thought I would compare my own personal experience with potty training two children to what the ‘experts’ tell us.  To make it simple, I will give their recommendations and then give my thoughts.  Think it is important for all of us parents to read the experts’ advice but also to follow your own intuition and find what work best for you and your children.

 

Potty Training – A Touchy Milestone (1 of 5 posts)

 

Potty Training – A Touchy Milestone (1 of 5 posts)
By Lee Wright

 

Potty Training is one of those milestones in parenting that tends to involve a lot of thought, planning, discussion, and sometimes, emotions.  I wonder why this milestone causes so much anticipation and anxiety for us parents?   Is it a learning curve for first time potty trainers or is it competition or is it fear of accidents?  I don’t know the answer, just wondering why this milestone seems to cause some parents so much heartburn.  

 

Step Parenting - One Tough Job By Noelle Grier

 

My husband and I have a blended family. I think that’s a curious term, because, in my opinion, as soon as two people get married, you’ve got a blended family. A man and a woman, by God’s great initial definition, are so totally different that the best we can do daily is try to blend… but that’s another subject for another day. We have a blended family in the more traditional, new-millennium textbook definition of the word.

 
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