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Photoshop Tutorial - Add Light and Warmth

Have you ever taken a photo of a wonderful moment and then felt disappointed that it didn’t turn out as fabulously as you thought it would? If so, Alishia Osborn, from Just Leesha, is here to show how you can […]

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Baked mozzarella bites2

Today’s guest post recipe comes from Lisa – the Domestic Lifestylist. She is a traveler at heart and is here to share with us her amazing crispy baked mozzarella bites recipe. Mozzarella sticks are a […]



Today’s guest post was submitted by Dr. Shefali Tsabary, who is working with My Job Chart. We were not compensated to share this post with you. We just absolutely LOVE My Job Chart and the […]


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{This guest post from Amy at 20 Minute Mom.} When I turned in my badge as a Registered Nurse in favor of being a Stay-at-Home-Mom, I knew I was giving up a steady paycheck and […]


pinnable image How To Be a Mom in 2012

{Guest post from Alex at Before the Baby Wakes.} Back in March, I published a wildly popular post called “How to Be a Mom in 2012.” And by wildly popular I mean that I thoroughly […]


Today, Heather is going to share some great tips on keeping ourselves, and our kids, shielded from the sun. Sunscreen should definitely become a priority with summer here. Did you know that only one blistering […]

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Tackle It Tuesday

  Congratulations to our last two Land’s End gift card winners! Jennifer Edgerton and Christina Ziegelmeier!!! Please welcome guest tackler, Kathy, who blogs at Toddler Bites. She has some great ideas to share on organizing […]


Guest contributor Tammy Walsh has an important message for parents with kids of all ages… For many communities around the country, teen drug abuse claims the lives and futures of countless young people. In my […]

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Pop Quiz Do any of the following sound familiar? Your baby would rather observe the world around her from the vantage point of your arms (While in a sling. Bouncing. And nursing.). When he’s hungry, […]


Faigie Kobre, the originator of what she calls educational arts and crafts, wants to share with you how the crafts we often give our kids can be detrimental and not as beneficial as we might […]