Originally posted 2015-08-29 13:51:23. Title: Brave Director: Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman Release Date: June 22, 2012 Genre: Animation, Family, Fantasy, Adventure MPAA Rating: PG Running Time: 93 Minutes

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Originally posted 2015-08-28 12:00:20. Today marks the beginning of Week One for 52 Shades of Fitness – Geek Style.  Welcome aboard the fitness train, I’m your captain, WoWMeaghan. End goal for next year at this time: Lose 100lbs and magically grow a butt.  I have picked three things I want to focus on:  Easy Food…

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Originally posted 2015-06-28 15:17:49. Click here for a link to this weeks podcast! Topics this week: Steel City Con! Website! Dates: August 7th – 10 – 9 August 8th – 10 – 8 August 9th – 10 – 5 Price: Single Day Pass – 20$ 3-Day Pass – 40$ Main Topic: https://www.yahoo.com/tech/five-ways-to-break-your-kids-screen-addiction-and-85327297754.html http://www.wikihow.com/Get-Your-Children-Away-from-TV http://www.abundantmama.com/creative-ways-to-break-a-tv-habit/ http://www.greatschools.org/gk/articles/managing-your-childs-screen-time/ Case…

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Originally posted 2015-06-13 12:39:37. Title: Big Hero 6 Director: Don Hall and Chris Williams Release Date: November 7, 2014 Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure MPAA Rating: PG Running Time: 102 minutes

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Originally posted 2015-06-12 15:18:07. Over the past few weeks, we have noticed a change in our daughter. What once was the sweetest, nicest, and most well behaved child has turned into a child that is defiant and does not listen to anything we say. We knew it was going to happen though, she never went…

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Originally posted 2015-06-09 12:43:15. If your kids are anything like mine you find that every now and again there is an untouched trove of toys from either Christmas or some forgotten birthday. On rare occasions the kids may take these out but because of the time that has passed many of these little expensive treasures…

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New Year has just arrived, but Christmas was crazy, and trying to find an “original” gift for the kids was a whole challenge unto itself, wasn’t it? So, now that we’ve been looking all over the internet and we’ve found a bunch of cool gifts that could have worked so well for under the tree!…

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Kids grow fast, and they sometimes need some responsibility, and still a good companion to play, so dogs tend to be the preferred pet for most families. But, there are a number of facts to take into consideration, including, but certainly not limited to: the size, temperament, energy label and time to dedicate to it…

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I am not one to clean out my Microwave as much as I should.  During a week-long obsession with Pot Pies by my Three year old, we had a few mishaps with pot pies spilling over, exploding, and all around wreaking havoc upon the insides of our poor little microwave. As you can, see – it’s a…

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Since my child has entered toddlerhood, I’ve found that the majority of my time is spent watching Frozen. I’ve gone through the stages of grief several times over regarding the inevitable permanence of this film in my life. I’m not sure that this is what Dr. Kubler-Ross had in mind when she outlined the process, but…

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I am not a crafty person.  Not to be mistaken with creative, I’ve got creativity in spades.  But when it comes to making that really cute stuff I see on Pinterest (My Crafty Board is Here), there is a major disconnect between how I see it in my mind and what my hands are actually…

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And we are at it again! The Trouble Box is making a return to our household! I first talked about The Trouble Box back in June when our daughter was being super difficult and lost her listening ears. Pre-K Blues It now seems that with the start of Pre-K that the ears are missing again,…

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