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Stain Removal Guide

I came across this great Stain Removal Guide. Thought you might find it handy. Click on the link below or the guide for the printable pdf.

Stain Removal Guide

via Tip Junkie.com

 

 

 

Mobile Moms And The Apps They Love

A recent article in a marketing newsletter I receive was all about the power of mobile moms. According to this article moms have an ever-growing love for their smartphone. The typical mom of today uses it for fun (social media, photo sharing), to shop (coupon sites, scanning barcodes/QR codes and product reviews), and when the occasion arises a search for a much needed answer .

Yes, according to this article 51% of moms said they were addicted to their smartphone. 46% of you took the cue and responded after seeing an ad on your smartphone. All of these statistics is not what I’m about here right now. It did make me start thinking about the apps that moms use. Which ones work? Which ones are a waste of time? Which ones you can’t live without?

I’ve decided to start a Mobile App page on LilyToad and I need your help. I will do my own research and come up with apps and hopefully some feedback on their worth. What I’d like from all of the Portland Parents out there are your suggestions, reviews, and advice about parenting and family-focused mobile apps. All I need is a name, a website, an app store to check out – anything. I’m pretty good at finding the particulars once I have a lead, so just give me any info you’ve got.

Come one now – I know you have an opinion! Let’s hear from you!

By Gret Boyd

Life Skills – Ages 2 to 18

According to this list, these are the tools your child needs to succeed in life. It’s pretty thorough – have you got any more you’d like to add to the list?

Thanks to  Busy Kids = Happy Mom busykidshappymom.org

Age 2

  • Undress self
  • Put own pajamas away
  • Wash face and hands
  • Comb or brush own hair (with help)
  • Brush teeth (with help)
  • Pick up toys
  • Tidy up bedroom
  • Clear off own place at table
  • Be able to play safely and alone for a set period of time (1/2 to 1 hour) in own room.
    (Under supervision.  Children need to know that they can be alone and still have fun.)

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2011 Holiday Events Guide

Oregonlive.com just posted a great list of  Portland Holiday Events. Concerts, holiday lights, the Nutcracker ballet, and more. Fun, fun, fun for the entire family!

If you know of other holiday events you’d like us to post please email us at and we’ll post the event.

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