Hello Black Moms Club! How are you doing this blessed day?
I have a few things I want to share with you ...
Added by Mahogany Momma on July 31, 2011 at 10:39am — No Comments
Reading to a Child Fills the Attention Deficit.
Today the media is focused on the budget deficit and how to control spending.
For the past few weeks I have been focused on another deficit, the attention deficit given to American Children – and attempting to fill that shortfall by offering a free reading time in the park this summer.
During last week's book reading I began narrating stories missed from prior weeks due to a shortage of time and then I began reading…Continue
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Please watch this video and read this article and if you understand the need for this character then place and order today.Continue
Moms, kids and kindie rock fans unite! Seventh Generation recently raised the curtain on a new summer music promotion with best-selling children’s performers, the Laurie Berkner Band. The song “One Seed” expresses the importance of passing down environmental awareness from one generation to the next and was penned specifically for Seventh Generation.
The video for “One Seed” features Laurie and friends singing the…Continue
Added by Crystal T on July 8, 2011 at 4:48pm — No Comments
Craving a little something something and it’s too hot to bake?
Having a backyard shindig for the 4th of July and looking for a happy ending?
These Kabobs are First Class, they won’t let you down. Elegant enough for entertaining, simple enough for any Lazy Sunday and sweet enough to hit all the right notes without the regret of a sugar crash……Continue
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