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In a simple and beautiful way, Wendy from Kidlutions has presented us with something to ponder… in regard to our own parenting advice. How often do we say these things to our kids or students, eh? Wendy kindly agreed to let me re-post her lovely graphic. I’m pondering it now… (215)Continue reading
Below are five businesses that I recently reviewed for a Kidlutions Preferred Product Award. Each small business focuses on helping children and encourages healthy self esteem and development. Stop by and check them out! Nightmare Nibbler As the Mom of a young son, Sam, I was very familiar with the “middle of the night” cries […]Continue reading
Not long ago I blogged about the number of people I’ve emailed lately who do not reply. Leah, from Peacock Pottery, left a comment on that post acknowledging my frustration. A few days later she sent me a facebook note, excited to tell me: “Good customer service does still exist!” Story Number One: Leah wrote […]Continue reading
Recently, Mommy Perks teamed up with Kidlutions to offer a PR giveaway for small businesses that focus on social emotional development. The winner was selected from random.org. Wendy and I agreed that spotlighting all entrants would be a nice idea. Who doesn’t like free promotion, right? Who entered? The Twooth Timer Express Yourself, Baby! Listen […]Continue reading
Do you have a product that focuses on social emotional development? If so, read below! Don’t miss out: Wendy is giving away ONE award entry (read the below interview for details). If your product meets the criteria for the PPA you may submit. If you win, the $150 fee will be waived but you’ll benefit […]Continue reading
Comment below to enter for one game of your choice from Around the Table Games. One winner will be selected from random.org after November 22nd. *This giveaway is now CLOSED. Comment #31 (Em) was selected from random.org. Congrats! Here are the options the winner will choose from: Family Talk Family Talk 2 Grandparent Talk Buddy […]Continue reading