Skype Mother’s Day Greetings

Sure, Mother's Day cards are something to treasure, especially when you take the time to write something in your own words. You're putting your own touch on the card which makes it special. Did you know that you can personalize video greetings with Skype and use that as your Mother's Day card? Instead of a generic picture on a card, your mom will see your smiling face. You talk and record your own greeting. Add music if you'd like. I bet your Mom will appreciate your effort. Plus she'll get to see and hear you! Skype's Mom You Rock Charity Campaign As a Skype Ambassador with Mom Central, … [Read more...]

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New Picaboo Holiday Cards and Promo Code

Picaboo has released their new Holiday Card collection with exclusive designs. And, I've been given a promo code to share with my readers! The collection includes flat, folded, portrait and landscape designs. You can add your own photos using Picaboo's software or create your very own design using the “My Own Design”option. Categories of Picaboo Holiday Cards You'll find Christmas, Season's Greetings (non-denominational), Hanukkah and Party Invitations in the Holiday Card collection. There's something for everyone. Design Options The pre-set designs allow the addition of … [Read more...]

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How To Be A Good Mom

When I had my own daughter, I needed to learn how to be a good mom. I always thought that I was born with the skills, the love and the patience, or that I learned them along the way, but that was wishful thinking. Babysitting was my first job. I had tons of neighbors who were younger than me who I often took care of. I helped my mother when she watched other children in our house. I had lots of experience. But having my own baby was completely different and how to be a good mom was far from my thoughts. When she cried, I was scared. If she coughed, I was ready to drive to the emergency … [Read more...]

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