November 12, 2008
November 03, 2008
We all have been there. When your first child is born you stop shopping in the teenybopper section and head straight for the infants. When they get older you go to the toddler department. Saying I get me something later. Then when later comes you wind up in the boys department. I'm gonna get you this one thing you tell them then I'm gonna go get mama something OK. But then you start the shopping for them and everything looks so cute on them as they are growing into nice young men. Then the inevitable happens your pregnant again and you start all over in the infant section then the toddler section. When will mama get something nice for her. Well it is time to start now mama had noticed these bad a$$ shades.
November 01, 2008
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October 29, 2008
I have been surfing the net all day of course. I ran across a website that helps public schools. My boys they go to public schools, I don't think I would have it any other way. 1.) They are in the mix of all children of all races learning to be equal not just at home but at school too. 2.) They interact with the neighborhood kids 3.) The education is getting better however there are things that the kids still need like books. My son ask me to help him with his math homework. Now I know that I am smarter that a 5th grader but I too need a little directions. He tells me that he can not bring his math book home because there are not enough books to go around. How in the world are our kids going to compete with other countries if there are no books. I did not believe him when he told me there was not enough books. I said "Nic-Nac stop lying to me what parent in their right mind would not believe there is not enough books". Hell even when I was in school the books were old and torn but everyone had a book to take home at night. He said no Mama for real call my teacher. So I did just that and the teacher said there was not enough books to go home so she does not teach much from the book. All I could say was WOW! There is a website that does just that, this site helps kids in public schools receive the things they need. The site is DonorsChoose.org you get to choose the program, the state, and so on. Go ahead check it out and support your local public school