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By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | January 28, 2015 Tell me, do you prefer your hot chocolate with marshmallows whole, dissolved or none at all? My children are grown and off growing their careers but they left me something very important … Continue reading
Great memories sometimes only need a little planning and an active imagination. By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | October 22, 2014 As a teenager Katie provided childcare for our Parents Anonymous Group caring for young kids while parents met. She planned … Continue reading
The age-old problem of getting children to clean their rooms is one of the top issues discussed in Parents Anonymous Groups around the globe. By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | May 21, 2014 There are almost as many solutions, though, as … Continue reading
My husband grew up with his aunt and uncle who were Jehovah’s Witnesses so Christmases were strained at best. Finally, when my girls were two and five we decided to stop exchanging gifts and cards to celebrate the holiday. My … Continue reading
Thanksgiving is a time set aside to stop and reflect on our many blessings. By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | November 15, 2012 Holidays bring lighthearted social functions, delicious foods and recollections to fill your memory banks for years to come. … Continue reading