Monthly Archives: September, 2012

Looking for a Family Lawyer?

 Did you ever wonder what  family lawyers do and how they could ever help you in your time of need? Many lawyers that specialize in family law help you with child support claims, child visitation, even alimony if this is what your situation calls for. No one ever wants to have to go through those …

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Review:Managing My Minutes: Do I Really Need To? by Lorrie Flem

 This months Gabby Mom’s review is all about routines and schedules. Bottom line all of our lives are best lived on schedules and routines. And if you really stop and think about it we have a lot of routines we do on a daily basis. Let’s start with our mornings usually we wake up brush …

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Review: Tugboat:My Voyage Out of Obesity by Cheryl Long

About the Ebook: Cheryl Long decided to make a change. Hopefully, a life long change to be healthier, to possibly live longer without the aches and pains that came with unhealthy eating. This eBook chronicles her 60 day fast to become healthier. She takes us along with her and her three daughters as they try to muddle …

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Review: Adventures in Odyssey 90 Devotions for Kids

About the Book:  Join Whit, Connie, Eugene, Wooton, and your other friends from the exciting world of Odyssey and DISCOVER tried-and-true biblical truths- like salvation,prayer, and forgiveness, and many others-that form the core values of Christianity. Through historical stories, modern biography, Bible adventures, and key scenes from Adventures in Odyssey radio dramas, you’ll IMAGINE what it’s …

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Review: Everyday Matters Bible for Women New Living Translation

 I don’t know about you but as a wife and mother my day to day life lately seems like it has me bound around the neck. I know that is a harsh way of putting it but it is the truth. We homeschool and just recently my husband was switched to the night shift. So …

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Review:Over The Edge by Mary Connealy

About the Book: Seth Kincaid survived a fire in a cave, but he hasn’t been the same since. Then he fought in the Civil War and returned to Colorado crazier than ever. Somewhere along the line, it appears Seth got married. Oh, he has a lot of excuses, but his wife isn’t too happy to find out …

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Review: Growing Great Kids by Kate Battistelli

About the Book: Successful adults don’t happen by accident. It takes wisdom to raise your children with a strong sense of their destiny in God and a deep knowledge of their gifts and callings. In Growing Great Kids, Kate Battistelli shares what she and her husband, Mike, learned about parenting during the journey of raising their daughter-Dove …

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