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I made it through the blood but I’m not the AWESOME one

It’s been a rather interesting Easter weekend for our family. On Friday night we had some kids over for dinner. They all went outside to play (yes, we had assigned one older child to watch over our kids as the sitter) and one of the kids decided to throw rocks. My daughter’s head was caught […]

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August 23, 2011

Three Members Tell Me What Makes Yoursphere a Great Kids Social Network

Has your tween/teen heard about Yoursphere.com yet? Read below to learn more. The following Yoursphere members were interviewed by Mommy Perks and each one has shared their Yoursphere experiences with us… Mr. Lamincent’s (13 years old): In what ways do you think Yoursphere helps prevent bullying within their social network? Yoursphere helps prevent bullying within […]

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Bridgestone Safety Scholars Video Contest for Teens {enter by June 24}

The following information is being posted on behalf of Bridgestone and West Glen.* Learn about the Safety Scholars Video Contest It is so important for teens these days to feel empowered, and we can help by encouraging teens and their peers to avoid distracted and other dangerous driving behaviors.  This contest is sponsored by SearchForDrivingLessons.co.uk […]

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May 14, 2010

Why would any kid want to join Yoursphere.com?

In an interesting turn of events, I was recently picked up for a Blog Tour, through Mom Central*, for my own client. First time that’s happened 🙂 As many of you know, Yoursphere has been a Mommy Perks Partner for several months ago. They are now a home page Partner, also. Beside their rotating banners […]

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February 7, 2009

NetSmartz: A leading online resource of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

As mothers, we have a natural tendency toward protection: protecting our children as well as the children in our communities. Once upon a time it was the responsibility of an entire neighborhood or village to watch over those who were vulnerable (and still is in many countries). We protect our newborns from illness, our toddlers […]

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