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The Good, The Bad, and The Hilarious of Parenting

Moved To Self-Hosting Site — whatsupyournose.com

I have had an amazing time learning how to blog at wordpress and have decided to continue with my blog but on a self-hosted site which will give me more control.  I do hope that you will visit my parenting blog at whatsupyournose.com

I would love your continued support, comments, ideas, and suggestions.  See you there!

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Sharing Sunday

Each Sunday, I would like to share with you some of the other amazing blogs that I have discovered.  These are the ones that I consider the most interesting for the week.  I will provide one post in the following areas: Delightfully Delicious which will provide a recipe or some other type of food post, Fabulously Funny which will be something to make you laugh, Nifty Notions which will be a new idea or concept that may inspire you in some way, and Radical Reflections which will look back at one of my most popular post of the week.  ENJOY!

Delightfully Delicious 

Hunger Games Cupcakes — At the blog, Young Mom Decor, she celebrated the Hunger Games with a nature theme.  Check it out, and if you make the cupcakes, “May the odds be ever in your favor!”

Fabulously Funny

Please Tell Me This Won’t Happen To Me — These jokes about being forgetful and old age had me rolling!!  Is It Possible To See It All is sure to have you laughing too.  Please tell me this won’t happen to me when I am old?  Oh wait — I am old!!

Nifty Notions

Paint Chip Word Family Game-– I am always looking for easy cheap ways to help Fa become a better reader.  I blogged about how to increase reading, but I found this grand idea at Pink and Green Mama.  E

Radical Reflections 

Top 10 Most Important Manners According To Parents — Believe it or not, this is still the most popular post for the last two weeks.  I think it is a statement that parents want their children to develop good manners.  I would like to know if you agree with these as the top 10 most important manners.


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Sharing Sunday

Each Sunday, I would like to share with you some of the other amazing blogs that I have discovered.  These are the ones that I consider the most interesting for the week.  I will provide one post in the following areas: Delightfully Delicious which will provide a recipe or some other type of food post, Fabulously Funny which will be something to make you laugh, Nifty Notions which will be a new idea or concept that may inspire you in some way, and Radical Reflections which will look back at one of my most popular post of the week.  ENJOY!

Delightfully Delicious 

Oatmeal-Yogurt Pancakes With Blackberry Crush — You have to go to this blog just to look at the pictures.  My mouth was watering.  Can not wait to give it a try!

Fabulously Funny

Misfortune Cookies  — Fortune cookies are always good for a laugh, but please help this blogger  figure out the message from her fortune cookies!

Nifty Notions

Homemade Microwave Popcorn— Here is a neat idea to make your own homemade microwave popcorn instead of buying the prepackaged stuff.  I am definitely trying this!

Radical Reflections 

Top 10 Most Important Manners According To Parents — I wrote this way back in February and this was the most popular post this week.  I would like to know if you agree with these as the top 10 most important manners.


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Sharing Sunday

Each Sunday, I would like to share with you some of the other amazing blogs that I have discovered.  These are the ones that I consider the most interesting for the week.  I will provide one post in the following areas: Delightfully Delicious which will provide a recipe or some other type of food post, Fabulously Funny which will be something to make you laugh, Nifty Notions which will be a new idea or concept that may inspire you in some way, and Radical Reflections which will look back at one of my most popular post of the week.  ENJOY!

Delightfully Delicious 

Rice Pudding — My husband loves rice pudding and he eagerly waits for my mom to make it every Thanksgiving.  Yes, once a year because I don’t cook!!  Well, I might step up to the plate and try this recipe!!

Fabulously Funny

Did you know that UPS is making grilled cheese now? With my cooking, my kids probably wished that the UPS made grilled cheese.  I found this delightful story at All That Makes You.

Image representing UPS  as depicted in CrunchBase

Image via CrunchBase

Nifty Notions

Taggin all all of your cables — With all of the electronics, cables can easily over take our house and don’t even mention trying to move anything with cables!  This is a great idea to get a handle on all of those cables.

Radical Reflections 


Bill Gates at the World Economic Forum ,2007.

Bill Gates at the World Economic Forum ,2007. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

11 Life Lessons From Bill Gates — This post was the most popular in the last week probably because it is true.  I feel strongly that every high school student and their parents should have this posted in their home where it is visible everyday.

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Sharing Sunday

Each Sunday, I would like to share with you some of the other amazing blogs that I have discovered.  These are the ones that I consider the most interesting for the week.  I will provide one post in the following areas: Delightfully Delicious which will provide a recipe or some other type of food post, Fabulously Funny which will be something to make you laugh, Nifty Notions which will be a new idea or concept that may inspire you in some way, and Radical Reflections which will look back at one of my most popular post of the week.  ENJOY!

Delightfully Delicious 

Cook Once, Eat Twice — I work hard to make good use of my leftovers in order to save money.  At  4 Little Fergusons, she reviews a great book and shares a great tip that I will put into use. Check it out.

Fabulously Funny

Stuff Kids Write as a teacher, I know that my students can be pretty funny.  That is why I fell in love with this blog, Stuff Kids Write.  Take a look and make sure you read the explainations before and after the pictures.

Nifty Notions

How Do I Stay Organized? Let Me Count The Ways — I think I fell in love when I found Organic Families.  This blog post has some really good advice on how to get the kids to help with chores.

Radical Reflections 

Dr. Seuss’ Birthday and Read Across America  — “You are never too old, too wacky, too wild to pick up a book and read to a child.” This was the most popular post of mine last week because of course, Dr. Seuss is so popular.  So, I give a shout out to Dr. Seuss again!!  Now everyone go read to your kids no matter how old they are!

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Sharing Sunday

Each Sunday, I would like to share with you some of the other amazing blogs that I have discovered.  These are the ones that I consider the most interesting for the week.  I will provide one post in the following areas: Delightfully Delicious which will provide a recipe or some other type of food post, Fabulously Funny which will be something to make you laugh, Nifty Notions which will be a new idea or concept that may inspire you in some way, and Radical Reflections which will look back at one of my most popular post of the week.  ENJOY!

Delightfully Delicious 

Homemade Taco Seasoning — I ran out of packaged taco seasoning right in the middle of making tacos the other night.  I hurried to find a recipe online and came across, Whole New Mom and her recipe.  I used it and everybody was happy, and I won’t be using packaged taco seasoning anymore!!

Fabulously Funny

What’s On My Furniture — At daddyranman, we get a unique view of parenthood from the daddy’s perspective.  The pictures are funny!

Nifty Notions

Hats, Cats & Shoes a la Dr. Seuss — How about some unique ways to celebrate the wonderful Dr. Seuss at Just The Classics.  I want the shoes!

Radical Reflections 

President’s Day: George Washington and Abraham Lincoln From The Perspective Of A 5 Year Old — I started this blog to connect with other mothers and to share stories about our amazing children.  Needless to say, I have learned a great deal about my children while blogging because the act of writing about them makes me reflect on them as real people.  This post about 2 great presidents is not only funny but educational as well!  I learned a very interesting fact about George Washington thanks to my FaFa.


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Sharing Sunday

Each Sunday, I would like to share with you some of the other amazing blogs that I have discovered.  These are the ones that I consider the most interesting for the week.  I will provide one post in the following areas: Delightfully Delicious which will provide a recipe or some other type of food post, Fabulously Funny which will be something to make you laugh, Nifty Notions which will be a new idea or concept that may inspire you in some way, and Radical Reflections which will look back at one of my most popular post of the week.  ENJOY!

Delightfully Delicious 

Cinnamon Roll Biscuits with Coffee Glaze — This blog, Homekeeping Adventure, has several delicious recipes.  This one in particular seems like a great way to start off the weekend.  Enjoy and let me know how it turns out for you.

Fabulously Funny

15 Of The Most Over Used Words  — Being an English teacher, I can like totally relate to this post; so, when I read this blog from Almost Naked Housework it made me laugh.  I have a feeling a few of you will be able to relate as well!

Nifty Notions

The Recipe For A Happy Life Is To Be Organized — Everyone that knows me, knows that I can not cook; however, I do try.  This blog, Full Of Great Ideas, is really full of great ideas like this one to organize your recipes!

Radical Reflections 

President’s Day: George Washington and Abraham Lincoln From The Perspective Of A 5 Year Old — I started this blog to connect with other mothers and to share stories about our amazing children.  Needless to say, I have learned a great deal about my children while blogging because the act of writing about them makes me reflect on them as real people.  This post about 2 great presidents is not only funny but educational as well!  I learned a very interesting fact about George Washington thanks to my FaFa.


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