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I hope I didn't offend anyone by asking about Easter - it wasn't my intention
Wow the weeks are flying by; I can't believe it's April already What are everyone's plans for Easter? We are planning a large family lunch with all the extended family. The past few months have been very hectic for me so I am going to try and join in here more often Sam
My kids names are all pretty "normal" (see my signature) when I was last pregnant I loved the name Isildur (from LOTR) but my husband didn't. I also liked Ishmael, Holden, Horatio, Orion, Massimo and Lucien.
I love gardening blogs but wish I had more time to read them: My favourite: http://urbanhomestead.org/journal http://down---to---earth.blogspot.com http://www.happyearth.com.au http://simple-green-frugal-co-op.blogspot.com http://leslieland.com/category/topics-about-the-garden http://awaytogarden.com
My local council sells this system: Doggy Dodo Dispenser Worm Farm The Doggy dodo dispenser is a very simple, mobile worm farm to place directly in your garden. Dispensers are a recycled product, made from wheelie (garbage) bins beyond repair. Dispensers are very simple to use, as follows: 1. Place dispenser directly in your garden in a shaded area, i.e. next to a flower bed, by a tree or against the back fence, and push a few centimetres in to the...
I am a mum of many and if we can't afford to go somewhere we don't go. I think my kids can still have a wonderful time without spending large amounts of money. Not long ago I made a list of free/cheap things to do in my city and I was amazed how long the list was and it only took a few minutes of research on the internet. For the more expensive activities we save up and go every two or three years and we take out own lunches to save money.
Quote: Originally Posted by peaceful_mama well wow.....I guess it's official now. Officially official. I'm a mom of more than 3.... or will be in late Nov. early Dec.... Congrats peaceful_mama I hope everything goes smoothly for you
I too read Down to Earth and Simple, Green, Frugal Co-op Some blogs I read: http://urbanhomestead.org/journal/ http://www.happyearth.com.au/ http://thewestladies.blogspot.com/ http://www.lintrezza.com
Quote: Originally Posted by betsyj As others have noted lying about my son's age to get in somehwere free is stealing. That is not a value I want to encourage in him. And as always I find Tigerchild to be the voice of reason. Wonderful post and while I have not yet been in a position to lie about my son's age for a particluar activity I will remember this post and not do it. There are so many activities that ARE geared towards his age I would hate...
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