Monday, May 28, 2007

Girls Hair Accessories for Every Occasion

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My 2-year old daughter has beautiful brown hair, so full of ringlet curls that strangers stop to compliment it. If only they knew the wild mess of a mane that she wakes up with (and that I have to tame) every morning. Every hair type has its challenges. After all, those with straight hair want curly and those with curly want straight. No matter what type of hair your little girl has, it can be managed beautifully with right hair accessories and products.

Curly hair (like my daughter’s), can be controlled by using a tiny amount of baby oil in the hair while it is still wet. Don’t use too much or her hair will look greasy and unclean. One of the great things about curly hair is how well it holds hair accessories. You can pull bangs back and to the side using barrettes, clippies, and adorable little bows. While it is important to find hair accessories (especially ponytail holders) that don’t slip, it seems more practical to most mother’s to find accessories that are easy to put back in. Any determined little girl will remove her hair accessory in the car and mom needs to be able to put it back in her daughter’s hair quickly so that she can forget about it again and hopefully leave it be for awhile.
Mother’s with daughters with fine, straight hair have the opposite complaint. Hair accessories just won’t stay put and seem to slip out the moment you have them perfectly placed. A tiny bit of mouse or gel will help with keeping barrettes and clippies where you put them. You might also try braiding the hair at night for added texture. Another option is styling your daughter’s hair in a ponytail and accompanying the ponytail holder with a matching barrette or clippy. Headbands and hairbands also tend to work well on little girls with fine hair.
No matter the type of hair that your daughter has, every mother wants it to look beautiful. The right hair accessory can do just that and are a mother’ best friend when it comes to hair maintenance. There are great hair accessories available for every plausible occasion and that will work with every hair type…if you know all of the tricks.
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Saturday, May 19, 2007

History of Father's Day

You know what they say…any man can be a father, but it takes a special man to be a dad. Anyone with a special dad in his or her life can attest to that. How did it come to be that Father’s Day became the national day to celebrate great fathers everywhere? The history of Father’s Day is truly a heartwarming story.
It all started with a woman named Mrs. Sonora Dodd of Spokane, Washington. She had just attended a service at her church celebrating Mother’s Day shortly after it originated. She felt as though her outstanding father deserved celebrating as well. Mrs. Dodd’s father was a civil war veteran who raised six children all by himself after his wife died giving birth to their youngest child. After Sonora became an adult she realized the selflessness her father had shown in raising his children as a single parent. It was her father that made all the parental sacrifices and was, in the eyes of his daughter, a courageous, selfless, and loving man.
Mrs. Dodd approached her minister about having a service for fathers on her own father’s birthday, June 5th. This date did not give the minister much time to prepare, so he ended up delivering a sermon on fathers a few weeks later, on June 19th.
From that point on, the state of Washington celebrated Father’s Day on the third Sunday in June. States and organizations began lobbying Congress to declare an annual Father's Day. In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson approved of this idea, but it was not until 1924 when President Calvin Coolidge made it a national event to "establish more intimate relations between fathers and their children and to impress upon fathers the full measure of their obligations." But it took until 1966 before the 3rd Sunday of June got the official presidential stamp of Father’s Day by President Lyndon Johnson. Since then, fathers had been honored and recognized by their families throughout the country on the third Sunday in June.
Even though Father’s Day overall may seem less sentimental than Mother’s Day, it is equally important to show the special father figures in your life how much they are appreciated. Anyone that has made an impact (grandfather, stepfather, uncle, brother) deserves recognition for the wonderful things that they do!
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Thursday, May 17, 2007

Babys Day Out: Natural Child Birth

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A charming tale, Baby's Day Out, about natural child birth. Read more>
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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Designer Clothing for Little Girls Featuring Chicken Noodle

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When I found out that I was having a little girl, I imagined playing dress-up with her each and every day. I imagined that I would buy her baby girl clothes and fun hair accessories and doll her up until I heard “oohs & awes” coming at me from every direction. Then I had my little girl and found out how hard it is to find practical baby clothes.
I have tried every department store that you can imagine and have only succeeded in finding outfit that are semi cute, and incredibly uncomfortable on my little princess. It is worth it to me to spend a little bit more on her wardrobe to make sure that her clothing fits her comfortably. Thanks goodness I found Chicken Noodle clothing and other designer baby clothes online.
When you think of “designer baby clothes”, the first thing that might come to mind is the expense. Actually, you’d be surprised at the wonderful value of brands like Chicken Noodle. They fit in a way that allows your child to move and grow. They are also such great quality, that they won’t fall apart a little bit of rowdy play or a few washings. In the end, you definitely come out on top.
I love Chicken Noodle clothing because they are functional as well as adorable. They have capri-sets and dresses that work for both everyday play and dinner out with the family. The materials that they are made out of are stretchy and soft; they feel good against my daughter’s skin. Parents looking for fun, whimsical styles in all kinds of fun colors should check out designer girl clothing boutiques such as All of their Chicken Noodle styles are on sale right now!

Thursday, May 10, 2007

The History of Mother's Day

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Motherhood is one of the most difficult and thankless jobs known to mankind. Whether you are a stay-at-home mom or a working mother, there are never enough hours in the day to do all the things that are required of the queen of the castle. It is a wonderful thing that our families set aside one day a year to celebrate you and all that you do. Have you ever wondered about the history of Mother’s Day?
Julia Ward Howe suggested that there be a celebrated day for mothers in 1872. She also happened to write the words to the Battle hymn and held an organized meeting of mothers in Boston, Massachusetts every year. Anna Jarvis picked up where Julia left off in 1907. She convinced her mother’s church in Grafton, West Virginia to celebrate Mother’s Day on the second anniversary of her mother’s death (the 2nd Sunday of May). The following year, Mother’s Day was celebrated in Philadelphia as well.
Anna Jarvis and several supporters organized a campaign to write to ministers, businessmen and politicians to try and establish a national Mother’s Day. In 1910, she finally made it happen in her home state as the governor proclaimed the second Sunday in May as Mother’s Day. A year later, all of the other states joined in by celebrating their mothers on what President Woodrow Wilson would officially proclaim as the national holiday of Mother’s Day in 1914.
Anna Jarvis pushed for a day to honor her mother who had passed away and all mothers who are deserving of a day of celebration for all that are and all that they accomplish each and every day. We have her and Julia Ward Howe to thank for our breakfasts in bed, homemade cards, and all of the other wonderful things that our families do for us to make our jobs worth it! So Happy Mother’s Day to you!
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