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preserving your child's memories

6 Ideas for Capturing and Preserving your Child’s Memories

My parents recently moved and decided to “dump” my childhood memories at my house. They showed up in three large dusty brown Rubbermaid totes. These memories were yellowed, curled up and smelled of time. Years to be exact. Years of scribbled coloring pages, handmade books, Precious Moments figurines, the original American Girl Molly doll and accessories, […]

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Flaming Cabbage

Flaming Cabbage: Or, How to Be Like Betty C.

One of my latest fixations has been my vintage copy of Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book, circa 1950. My love of it has absolutely nothing to do with cooking because I hate to cook.  It has everything to do with the cheery illustrations, the homespun poetry, the refined advice, and the one magnificent recipe that […]

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Crafting at Red Seal Craft Studio

A Crafty Morning at Red Seal Craft Studio in Roswell {sponsored post}

This is a sponsored post. I received a free craft project of my choice in exchange for writing this post, but the enthusiasm is all my own! Are you guilty of buying all the supplies for a craft project, then just never having the time? Do you have a shelf full of dusty scrapbooking papers […]

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Organize. Stamp jars for Good Behavior

Stamp Jars For Good Behavior

I have this indistinct vision of the type of adults I hope my children will someday become.  For starters, I hope they will be kind to themselves when they make mistakes, see things from other’s perspectives, and be able to resolve conflict in a mature and respectful way. However motivating them to this end, can […]

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Hello World! Atlanta Area Moms Blog

Hello world!

ATLANTA AREA MOMS BLOG IS HERE!!! Hello world!  We are thrilled to officially be launched and cannot wait to get started.  We are a locally focused parenting website written BY Atlanta Area moms FOR Atlanta Area moms. We were founded by two working moms with friends who own sister sites in New Orleans and Wichita.  They […]

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