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Jerri Ann works as a blogger, social media consultant and community director. She is the mother of two boys and wife to one wonderful man. She works from home and does her best to juggle, home, her son's school activities and her business.

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Summer Fun in Canada

June 19, 2014
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Every summer and holidays I am lucky that I get to be with my kids. I work for the local school board which means all the holidays my oldest gets off so do I. Wohoo right? Yes for sure but it also means my budget gets cut in half and I need to find things…

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Simple Tips to Secure Your Home

June 8, 2014
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Your family means the world to you and you have worked hard too turn your home into a sanctuary for them. The thought of a home invasion is the last thing on your mind. When a family goes through the trauma of being burglarized, they don’t just have to deal with the loss of their…

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What About Facebook?

May 28, 2014
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As I peruse my news feed, I’m often amazed of some of the funny stuff that my friends and family find on the internet and then choose to share on Facebook.  Sometimes I’m even shocked.  I try to go through my feed at least once a day and see what’s happening in the lives of…

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School’s Out for Summer!

May 20, 2014
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The time has come for families with school age children:  schools out!  As children every where celebrate the freedom from the confines of a classroom, parents look ahead and wonder how long the excitement will last before the first child utters those words….I’m bored!  While I don’t profess to have the answer to that in…

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The PSAT: Preparing Your Child for College

May 14, 2014
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Americans have been concerned about our ability to compete with other countries in the education arena. Since the turn of the twenty-first century the US Government has made several efforts at education reform, to make the United States more competitive on the world stage. From No Child Left Behind, to Race to the Top, to…

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Tips for Mommy: Feeding Wee Ones with Food Issues

May 13, 2014
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I knew from the first few weeks into dating my “Mr.” that he was quite the “picky eater”. It has been a running joke and pick-at-hubby about his eating habits over the course of our relationship. It was all fun and games until our sweet little bundle of goodness came along with the same issues.…

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Cinco de Mayo!

May 5, 2014
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From everyone at Label Daddy….enjoy Cinco de Mayo! Don't be selfish...

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Why I Love Baseball…

May 3, 2014
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So, where were we when I told you the last baseball story……….oh well never mind that, hear this one…… Last night was a night for our little ones to win…….it came about as we scored 9 runs in the last inning and then held the other team to just 1.  That’s not a real big…

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Natural Disasters and other Tragedies–What Can You Do to Help Your Child Cope

May 1, 2014
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When natural disasters occur, adults often get caught up in the hustle and bustle of making ends meet, putting the pieces of their lives back together and generally fretting over the details.  However, many times the state of mind of the children involved in these same traumatic experiences are left to their own devices.  Adults…

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Preparing For Summer with Fun (and Cheap) Activities

April 29, 2014
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At any age, the activities to entertain your little ones are endless. Here are a few ideas to spur your creativity and get you started for fun (and mostly free) activities for the summer days ahead. Infant Indoor: Gather junk mail, etc., and allow baby to entertain herself by shredding it til her heart’s content.…

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