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katemary63

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About katemary63

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    Empress Bee
  • Birthday 11/06/1963

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    http://www.harmonpfarms.blogspot.com
  • Biography
    I am a wife of 26 years, mother to 4 (ages 24, 23, 19, 9), farmer of 160 acres, Christian
  • Location
    Dover, AR
  • Interests
    horseback riding, hiking, swimming
  • Occupation
    Wife, Mom, Farmer, Homeschool teacher
  1. 73 cookies hidden here!

    Rules of the game: if you find this (anyone except the cookie thief themselves) then post here to say "I caught the cookie thief! BUT... someone else took two(and then three and then four and so on...) cookies from the cookie jar!" That way we know this player has been caught and we'll look on another profile. Next, copy this entire post and paste it onto someone else's profile (player must have more than 100 posts and must have been active in the last month.) Lastly, change the type in red so that the numbers each increase by one. It will be easier to track that way. Please post your findings in the thread entitled SOMEONE STOLE A COOKIE! Forum Game. Have Fun!

  2. Just to clarify: These are imaginary, future, grandchildren. They don't plan on kids for years. But these names have been picked out for over a year now. I can't wait to meet these two little angels some day so Thanks! Another comment: About the kid who changed from his dad's name of Bob to something else. If that happened to my husband, he'd be crushed! He'd feel his son didn't identify with him enough or wasn't proud enough to be his son to put up with the a little "Bobbie" or "Bob Jr." I would feel terrible for the dad who's kid said, "I don't want your name." I know a kid who cha
  3. :iagree: I would put up a pretty big stink if one of my kids wanted to change his/ her name. But I just can't imagine it happening. All my kids, even my son, have already picked out (at least tentatively) names for their own future children. The names they have chosen are special to them and have been chosen carefully. I'm sure they would understand how hurtful it would be to have that disrespected. Naming a child is a parent's right. FYI: My future grandchildren by my son Boy: Sayer Allan Girl: Lane Marie
  4. Thank you for the warning. I had no idea. Disgusting.
  5. :iagree: Or the hospital. If I heard someone call a special needs person "retard" out loud I'd have to get physical. :cursing:
  6. :lol: Never heard this before. Funny. I think the artwork is disturbing, ugly and inapropriate.
  7. :iagree: I wouldn't cuggle a child who was crying because his sister wanted a peanut butter sandwich. At the very least, I'd completely ignore him. I like the "you must be tired" idea. But no coddling & doting to reinforce unreasonable behavior.
  8. You won two ways! You won the game AND you win the "Good Mom" award!
  9. I just hope it wasn't called "art" and funded by tax dollars. Rediculous. But - Love all the jokes!
  10. Fleas from outside on the concrete? It would never occur to me.
  11. Don't know. Mine never cried like that. I would find it frustrating as I'm sure he does, poor thing. I hope he grows out of it. :grouphug:
  12. Our family culture: No dating till your 16. Dating is defined as going out somewhere with a member of the opposite sex alone. Being allowed to hug and hold hands. Group activities during the teen years are decided on a case by case basis depending on who, what, where, why, when. Few that are unchaparoned are allowed. We just said no. You can "like" whom ever you want, but we don't say "my boyfriend" ect. until age 16. Facebook type sites are monitored and if there is boyfriend/ girlfriend type talk, it would be disallowed. But this is all known and talked about all a
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