I’ve always been a bit intrigued by those foam mattress commercials that promise it’s like sleeping on a cloud. Now there’s a baby product that turns your existing stroller into a comfy cloud-like ride.
“The Easter Sparrows” is written by regional author Michael J. Larson, illustrated by regional artist Janine Ringdahl Schmidt. There’s no doubt the title is geared toward the Christian audience, perhaps first to parents who take their faith seriously and have grown weary of the commercialization of the Christian holidays.
FARGO – I tend to store my tension in my back. Combine that with the constant bending and lifting that comes with toting around a 25-plus pound toddler all day, and my back muscles can be cramped and sore by the time evening rolls around.
Dr. Charles Platkin promises “you can hit the snack, ready-to-eat, canned, and frozen food aisles at the grocery store, pick up fast food, dine out at your favorite restaurants, and eat your breakfast on the run” – and still lose weight - He’s right.
At its best, my naturally curly hair can be a shiny mass of golden locks.
At its worst, it can be a hot mess. In the past year or so, my hair has been at its best for roughly 43 minutes on one Saturday in late June.
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