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How To TOTALLY Over Do It

How To TOTALLY Over Do It
by Gina Valley

There are a million different places you can go for advice on sensible eating.  This is NOT one of them. But, I can give you advice on how to totally overdo it!  Overdoing it is important, too! I am a big believer that everything should be done in moderation, including moderation.  Sometimes, just for fun, just for laughs, just for memories,

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If It’s Burnt, It’s Cajun

If It’s Burnt, It’s Cajun
by Gina Valley

I received a letter from my kids’ school with a list of suggested activities to combat Summer Learning Loss.  Summer Learning Loss?  NOT a problem at my house.  Summer Mommy Mind Loss – huge problem.  That’s what I need to combat.  My kids, however, are learning plenty of things.

As always my children have selected their own mode of learning. 

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Flossing is the Devil

Flossing is the Devil
by Gina Valley

Every day I floss.

Every day.

Well, every night, really.  I always brush, then floss, then rinse with what’s supposed to be mouth wash but I think is actually fire water.

Humor Funny Parenting Moms Dads Kids Children Family Life Love Laugh Laughter Flossing Teeth Eyes Red Burning Puffy Watering Swelling Minty Dental Hygiene Dentist

I might be the only person on the planet that doesn’t have to lie when my dentist asks if I’ve been flossing. 

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Thanks For The Daddying

Thanks For The Daddying
by Gina Valley

In honor of all of you who do the daddying here are some words of wisdom from both those who are wise and those who are wise-cracking.

Humor Funny Parenting Moms Dads Kids Children Family Life Love Caring Fathers’ Day Quotes DaddyingKnow that all of your efforts for the children in your life are appreciated and world changing, even if they aren’t acknowledged.  On behalf of those children, please accept this gratitude. 

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What My Dad Was REALLY Saying

What My Dad Was REALLY Saying
by Gina Valley

My dad is the sweetest man alive.

While I visited my parents this winter I needed to drive from their tiny mountain village to the closest big city to pick up The Professor from the airport.

My dad wanted to serve as my chauffeur, but that would have left my mom with no one to help her.

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