Blogs & Blog Posts on Parents in Minnesota



Blogs on "Parents"

The Gort Family
Includes feelings, challenges and positive news about parenting special nee...

Cribsheet: A blog for new dads and moms
Cribsheet is a blog for Twin Cities dads and moms who are changing diapers ...

Bur Bur and Friends Community Blog
Bur Bur & Friends community blog is a place for parents and educators t...

THE BORMANN TWINS
these are the stories of two twenty-somethings raising identical twin boys.

Blog Posts on Parents

Hair today ... by I was told there would be bacon. on Jan 9, 2012 in gym, getting my hair did, birthdays, good hair day, driving, parents, Is that the right "hair" for the joke? Or is it "hare?" I can't remember the fucking joke. Oh wait, is it "Little Rabbit Foo Foo?" Whatever. I got my hair did today. That's what this is all about. That means a 150-mile round trip of driving, but a ve...



Writing Prompts — National Strees Free Family Holiday Month by Journal Buddies on Dec 1, 2011 in , families, family, Holiday, Holiday Stress, journal, journal prompts, parents, prompts, writing, writing promptsWriting Prompts: National Stress Free  Family Holiday Month— Between baking, shopping, and decorating, the holidays are a hectic time for many families. Though most of these responsibilities might fall to parents, kids often still feel the str...



Fun Activities for Kids: Education and Play Combined by Journal Buddies on Dec 1, 2011 in , activities, cartoons, children, education, feelings, fun, fun activities, parents, play, thoughts, toys, writingFun Activities for Kids— It is important for children to enjoy their childhood and their education and one fabulous way to do this is to help them engage in fun activities. Children need and deserve to have fun and be educated at the same time,...



Writing Prompts — National Stress Free Family Holiday Month by Journal Buddies on Dec 1, 2011 in , families, family, Holiday, Holiday Stress, journal, journal prompts, parents, prompts, writing, writing promptsWriting Prompts: National Stress Free  Family Holiday Month— Between baking, shopping, and decorating, the holidays are a hectic time for many families. Though most of these responsibilities might fall to parents, kids often still feel the str...



The Scoutmaster Conference, and Parents by A Scoutmaster's Blog on Nov 27, 2011 in Advancement, Lessons, scoutmaster conference, conference, parents, scoutmasterIt is not a secret. Some Boy Scouts get nervous when it is time to do a scoutmaster conference for a rank. As a scoutmaster I do my best to put the Scout at ease and we usually get through it without a problem. Although there was the time when I held...



I’m Thankful for Anthropologie..and For These Kids Too, Of Course… by Sellabit Mum on Nov 23, 2011 in Uncategorized, anthrpologie, Family, Fun, Love, parents, recipes, thanks, Thanksgiving, turkeys, vloggingI don’t have memories of large family gatherings for Thanksgiving. We moved away from family when I was just a little girl so most of the time it was just the four of us.  Sometimes we would gather with friends and sometimes my mom would invit...



The Empty Seat at the Holiday Table by Addiction Inbox on Nov 22, 2011 in drug war, alcohol, parents, drugs, addiction, holiday, treatmentMothers and the War on Drugs. Guest post by Gretchen Burns Bergman Gretchen Burns Bergman is Co-Founder and Executive Director of A New PATH (Parents for Addiction Treatment and Healing) and lead organizer of Moms United to End the War on Drugs. T...



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