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Jennifer K
Morristown, NJ
Interests: shopping, writing, traveling
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If you want to voice your opinion to her in-person, she will be selling her book in Morristown to all the dirty house owners (my house is nearly 100 think of all the dirt in it?!?) on Tuesday night at Posh. See Melissa she is trying to earn a living and pay off those bills :). She better keep on writing until her fingers bleed to pay off the 11 million...
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Every neighborhood has one. You know the neighbor, and if you don't your children certainly do; the neighbor who looks out the window hoping some child will step on his lawn. Once that poor innocent child does, he can reprimand... Continue reading
Posted May 26, 2010 at New Jersey Moms Blog
I guess I have a few more years until I have to worry about it. But it makes you think...God, I might be in therapy now if my Mom was blogging about my tween years.
Toggle Commented Nov 2, 2009 on Am I the Real Cyber Bully? at New Jersey Moms Blog
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You are exactly right. We paid an arm and a leg for tickets to see Toy Story/Toy Story 2 and my kid didn't even keep on the glasses. He is 2 1/2 so what did I expect. I guess I should wait to take him to the movies until he is ready to sit in a dark theater wearing oversized glasses.
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Amen! I see nothing wrong with wanting and enjoying a drink as a mother.
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I can't tear myself away from it either. I am having Bachelorette withdrawal. I completely agree with your assessment. However, I do envy one thing -- that GIANT diamond she received!
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We just went to see Ice Age with my 2 1/2 year old (his first movie). Apparently, the had the wrong previews loaded. I finally got up and took my son out of the theater when they started showing previews for a slasher movie. I was livid! I spoke to the management at the movie theater. They came in apologized to everyone and gave us all free tickets.
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Love does conquer all! Congratulations on a beautiful post.
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Do it. Trust me you won’t regret it!
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I can’t argue with someone who goes right from humans to dogs. Just can’t. And you talk about the intolerance of Perez Hilton I hear quite a bit of intolerance from you. I hope to God that any of your children don’t turn out to be exactly what you want them to be and GOD FORBID gay.
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I like the shocking thing a lot J. Two updates I saw on the news last night. First, here is the unbelievably ironic thing, it is Shaken Baby Syndrome Awareness Week – couldn’t have thought of better timing?!? Second, at first, Apple did not apologize for the app but after some uproar they have issued an apology – a little late don’t you think…
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How about an article I read recently about a middle school boy in central Maine that was being harassed first verbally then physically by a group of four classmates because he was gay. The incident included his head being flushed in a toilet. Now imagine if you will that boy is your son. I could probably find you a story on these type of incidents every day of the week so to say that gays have no right to say they are mistreated is something you might want to check into a little more.
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If your children didn't drive you nuts sometimes, I would question if you had a pulse or were on some serious meds :). Beautiful post!
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What sad news for NJ Moms Blog but what exciting news for your family! I wish you the best of luck on the sale of your home and your upcoming move. Events won't be as much fun without you.
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If loving trash is weird I am weird too!
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Amber I LOVE trash too! So if that is weird I am right there with you.
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Any good Jersey girl knows you can't and don't walk the Boardwalk in heels -- let alone an evening dress. :)
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The cement blocks would have been a nice touch -- I'm sure the show would have loved to add to the stereotype and are sorry they didn't think of it.
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Any good Jersey girl knows that you can't and don't wear heels on the boardwalk...
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While my comment isn't about the stickers, it is about looking around and knowing you are a parent. Just the other day my husband looked around the house as he was dodging toys under foot and said, "can you tell we are parents?" Whether it be a crowded fridge or "proud" stickers, there are some dead giveaways that you are a parent and a proud one at that!
Toggle Commented Apr 14, 2009 on Proud Parent... Period! at New Jersey Moms Blog
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My church does actually offer that “service” during the 10am mass – my husband and I just had the discussion on whether or not we should start bringing him – I think we are leaning towards should…J
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Jenn C you beat me to the punch. I was just about to write a post about this. It's too dangerous to razor down there and the razor bumps look worse than the hair sometimes and who really wants the 70s bush back (yes I said it)? I hardly have enough time to fit the waxing appt in - now I have to cross state lines?!? It ain't going to be pretty at the Jersey Shore this year...
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I was kind of disappointed. I turned it off after Megan Mullally's fake pregnant belly fell out. The women, which are fine actresses, seemed to be acting --didn't feel real.
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I swear in school I didn't learn how to read until I was in first grade. Kindergarten I only recall learning how to cut and glue things -- oh yes, and sing songs. Here's the thing, I can neither cut, glue or sing songs very well but boy can I read :). I don't have my two year old in any of the classes you mentioned above (I am even worse off) but I think he is doing just fine. To me, as long as my kid is happy that's what is important right now and pretty much the rest of his life.
Toggle Commented Mar 13, 2009 on Being "That Mom" at New Jersey Moms Blog
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I love it! So worth it! My husband and I were fortunate enough to get a sitter (grandparents) for the evening and spend an adult evening together but the afternoon was spent at the Central Park Zoo. After the zoo, we thought why not go to Sarabeth's for a late lunch? Well, when my son started tickling the patrons and trying to swan dive out of his high chair, I knew it was time to go. So much for romance.
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