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Nothing Is Really Lost

Nothing is really lost until mom can't find it. So true ! My mom can find any thing that i have lost! How does she do it ?

I'm sorry that making my children take responsibility and face the consequences for their actions, makes me an 'evil' parent, instead of a good 'friend'.

People need to shape up. I love my kids enough to correct them when they're wrong and teach them respect, discipline, and a good work ethic. Parents need to know that they are teaching their children how to be on their own one day. ♥ This is so true.

Homemade Christmas Lollipops

martha stewart Homemade Holiday Lollipops Prep Time: 10 min Cook Time: 7 min Ingredients: 2 cups sugar cup light corn syrup 2 teaspoons flavored extract, such as mint or vanilla (optional; See Kelly's Notes) Assorted sprinkles or candy Lollipop sticks

LDS Living - {Food Dish} Ultimate Guide: Ridiculously Cute Christmas Foods

Christmas Reindeer Mini Donuts - quick and easy. Mini chocolate donuts, pretzels, m peanuts (I'm sure you could substitute for another red candy if you need peanut-free)

A delightful Candy Sleigh to use as centerpiece (make it bigger) or favors for a childrens' holiday party!

Just cut the top off a tissue box and paint the outside red (or glue paper). Cut holes for the candy canes and you have yourself a lovely sleigh to haul your special gift in.