Getting Ready for Summer Giveaway

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Come and join us on this great giveaway
“Getting ready for Summer”

We will have 3 winners, all prizes will be ordered and shipped from

Prize #1 Any bike up to $150 (kids or adult/Safety accessories not included)
Prize #2 Step2-Touring-Wagon-Functions Value $119 (if not available winner can pick another wagon up to $119)
Prize # 3 Scooter up to $80 (Safety accessories not included)
US Only
June 1 to June 30
All entries are optional


Disclosure:  BxChe@psk@t3 is not responsible for prize. If you have any questions about this giveaway please send an email to  All entries are optional, if you do any of the tasks with the 10 extra entries, even if you do one entry you can get the extra 10 entries  but if the winner tasks is a tasks you did not complete, a second winner will be chosen. If the winner tasks is the one you did you will be the winner.



NYSavingSpecials is responsible for prize.


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Lady, Its Your Fault He’s Fat


FAT MAURY KIDI was watching The Maury Show yesterday, and to my surprise it was not a paternity episode. It was  on overweight babies and the ordeals the moms go through to satisfy their kids insatiable appetites. These kids weigh over 100 lbs. and they are all less than 4 years old!!! How do you let your child get like that and where are the doctors that check these kids? When I go to the well-care visits for my girls, there is always a nutritionist that keeps a record of my kids’ weight and development. When my youngest was a little under weight because of the flu, I still had to visit the nutritionist until her weight was back on track.  I don’t understand how a parent does not take a more active role in their kids eating habits. One woman complained that it hurts her to hear people make comments that her child is overweight. Well you know what lady, its your damn fault so don’t get mad when others make comments.


As a parent, its your responsibility to look out for your child’s welfare. Don’t get mad when others make a comment you do not like because it’s about your child. People are not mean, they are just pointing out a fact that you do not want to accept. Yes it hurts if someone says something about your child but you are the parent. You should-be been in charge of the situation in the first place. Maybe you hearing the fat comments and jokes will motivate you to do what has to be done to save your child from avoidable diseases and illnesses. Many kids in this country suffer from obesity that can be avoided if the parent would actually parent. Kids have to many options and many parents are quick to give these options without setting limits.


IMG_2400My girls know better than to throw a tantrum over food. It’s a general rule in my home that you eat what is being served and everything on the plate must be eaten. If you refuse to eat what is being served then you simply do not eat and get ready for bed. I’ve heard of homes where 2 and even 3 different meals are made to satisfy everyone in the home. Do you know how much money you end up spending on your food budget if you continue this practice? A missed meal will not harm your child and you will start to take control over your child’s eating habits. If your child sneaks food from the refrigerator, then put a lock on it and all the cabinets if necessary. Snacks are earned in my home and that is after keeping their room clean all week, good grades on the tests administered said week at school and good overall behavior at home. TV and video game time also has to be earned but they must attend all their karate classes throughout the week.


Some might say I’m too strict with my girls but it’s because I want them to excel at everything they do and lead healthy, productive lives in the future. They have everything they can possibly want and more, but at the same time appreciate it and value the hard work it took me to get it for them. I love my girls and I will do everything in my power to keep them safe, even from themselves.


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FREE Book Download: The Modern Parent’s Guide to Kids and Video Games

Download this FREE book, The Modern Parent’s Guide to Kids and Video Games,  on how to engage a child properly with video games. Their has been a rise in video game addictions and parents need to learn how to curb bad video game habits. Video games can be essential in a child’s growth and development if done properly and with this guide you can learn to do so effectively.

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CafeMom…Join Today….Its a Free Community for Modern Moms
CafeMom is the online meeting place for moms, where you can talk about all sorts of topics, get advice and meet other moms like you. Moms connect on every sort of topic, including parenting, entertainment, health, recipes, pregnancy, and more. Or, moms can just hang out, relax and play games.

It’s free, it’s fun and for moms only – Join Today!
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Baby Signs Potty Training Kit For Half Off!

A revolutionary approach to potty training for only $19.99 plus $4.95 shipping!

Potty training doesn’t have to be stressful for parents, grandparents, and caregivers. It also doesn’t have to be a stressful time for the little ones! The Baby Signs Potty Training Kit actually makes potty training fun and easy. It’s a program that combines the Baby Signs Program with practices that are developmentally appropriate. Making it easy to potty train a child under the age of 2! The program is also motivational for children of all ages. This potty training kit typically retails for $39.95, but through this exclusive deal you can get the entire program for half off! Don’t miss out on this fabulous deal, because it won’t last for long!

The kit contains:

  • Parent Guide- This straightforward guide from trusted child development experts will help you confidently lead your baby to potty success.
  • All Aboard the Potty Train DVD- With its catchy tunes, delightful animation and real kids, this exciting DVD will teach your baby five potty-time signs and reinforce each step of the potty routine.
  • All Aboard the Potty Train Lift-the-Flap Book- Your baby will love discovering the potty-time signs hidden under each flap in this fun and interactive board book featuring the DiaperDoodles”.
  • Job Well Done! Stickers- These colorful reward stickers feature fun images and positive messages such as “Good Job” and “I’m on the Potty Train!”
  • All Aboard the Potty Train Conductor’s Whistle- Whether to signal it’s time to go potty or to “sound the trumpet of success,” this fun-to-blow whistle will put a smile on your baby’s face when it’s potty time. (For adult use only. Whistle poses a choking hazard for very young children.)

Hurry and order your today, limited time offer!


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The I Like Book for $10.00! ($25 value)

Cultivate what matters most…relationships with those you love with the “I LIKE BOOK”

Today’s deal is the “I LIKE BOOK”, an eco-friendly interactive book designed to bring parents closer with their children.

This ground breaking book is changing the way parents communicate with their children. It is a grass roots effort to build up a child’s self-esteem while opening communication with parents.

Each page has great graphics, places to doodle and space for recording things that they “LIKE” about their child. Not only does this allow you to focus on the positive things that you children do, but it becomes a family memory book!

The i like book for kids was published in 2010 by Lance & Meredith Looney from Parker, Colorado.  This ground breaking book is changing the way parents communicate with their children. It is a grass roots effort to build up a child’s self-esteem while opening communication with parents. Later in 2010 the i like book for couples was published with the idea of taking any relationship from good to great with simple “like” statements documented in this 12 month structured book.

Bio’s of the creators:

As Authors, entrepreneurs, and parents of two active boys, Lance & Meredith Looney have helped strengthen the lives of children, parents, and couples through their ground breaking daily books, the i like book for kids and the i like book for couples. After spending many years in corporate America, Lance & Meredith, set out on a journey to help people create “fantastic relationships” by promoting a back-to-the-basics philosophy of meaningful reflection with loved ones.

The book is designed for 12 months of ‘likes’ from the parents to the kiddos to create authentic communication and build up their children one ‘like’ at a time.

Today’s Deal: “The I Like Book” for $10 and free shipping! ($25 value)

Get yours TODAY!

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Long Island Second Annual Special Needs Family Fair

It’s easy to feel alone or overwhelmed as a parent of special needs children. That’s why the Special Needs Family Fair is hosting a day of hands-on advice for parents–and, thoughtfully, an afternoon of entertainment for the kids, so you won’t have to worry about them. While kids enjoy face painting and other crafts, grown ups can connect one-on-one with 24 developmental and physical disabilities experts or attend speaker sessions covering homework tips to legal and financial needs to music therapy. ADHD screening tests will be available.

“We’re offering Long Island Parent readers and the larger community this free, educational and fun event so they can learn more about the multiple resources here for children with special needs and their families. The Special Needs Family Fair is being held in conjunction with the October/November issue of Long Island Parent magazine, complete with the only validated 3rd Annual Special Needs Directory. We’ll be posting updates on our site and Facebook, so visit us at or call 631-673-4082 to learn more.”

Speaker Schedule

  • Noon: Elizabeth Schwartz, Lee Morris, Suzanne Willoughby—CLIMB (Children Learn In Music Best), Music Therapy Demonstration Alternatives for Children
  • 12:30 Willis Mawyer, “Why Isn’t My Child Making Friends?” Variety Child Learning Center
  • 1:00 Brad H. Rosken, “How to Become the Best Advocate for Your Child: Learning the Laws and Regulations” Law Offices of Brad H. Rosken
  • 1:30 Fred Holtz, “Symptoms of ADD-ADHD, Evaluations and Screening Techniques” Holtz Psychological Services
  • 2:00 Dr. Keri Chiappino, “Optimizing Your ADHD Child’s Attention & Performance This School Year Holistically Through Neurofeedback” New Life Chiropractic
  • 2:30 Jeffrey R. Silverman, JD, CFP, “Creating a Positive Future: How to Protect Your Child with Special Needs Legally and Financially” Center for Wealth Preservation
  • 3:00 Lynn Miner, M.Ed, “Homework Tips and Study Skills for Kids and Teens with ADHD” Lynn Miner, ADHD Coach for Kids and Teens
  • 3:30 Dr. Christopher Tice,“ADHD, Learning Disabilities and Autistic Spectrum Disorders: How To Help Your Child Now” Brain Balance Achievement Centers

Saturday October 15, 2011

160 Walt Whitman Road
Huntington Station, New York
Pricing & Ticket Info: Free
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Being a Bitch is Hard Work….

Another month came to a close and I couldn’t help but wonder how can someone live with them self knowing they have kids and not worry about them. Its been five (5) months since my split from my kids’ father and I should be happy about it, but my kids worry me. “Asshole” has not bothered to spend time with them, although he promises he will visit but never shows up.

The last of these promises was on Monday, September 25. Kailey, our oldest, was looking forward to seeing him because she was very excited to tell him about her upcoming Tae Kwon Do exam. She was moving up in belt and wanted him their. Of course, he did not bother to call or show up like he had promised them. Like always, I made excuses for him, mainly saying he had to work late and could not make it. Why do I have to lie to my girls just so he won’t look bad in their eyes. I think I do this because of my Puerto Rican upbringing. The man is the man of the house, whether he is present or not, he can do no wrong and it’s up to the woman to make sure this ideal is protected and enforced. Funny thing is, I don’t believe in this AT ALL! I’m trying to make sure my girls do not get hurt but at the same time I’m making him look like a saint.

I don’t care what you do or did to me, but I do care when it comes to what you do to the girls. As a mom, my main instinct is to protect my girls from any hurt. Being a bitch is hard work, but it gets the job the done. My first reaction was to suspend all contact. That’s not hard since he doesn’t come around or call. His constant lying is a problem when I am trying to teach the girls lying is bad and disrespectful. As the disciplinarian, I have to enforce that there are consequences for doing wrong. The same goes for moms and dads, if one acts incorrectly then they need to be “punished”. Some of these “men”, and I’m using this term very loosely, have to be trained to be fathers when they no longer live under the same roof.

Why is it that when you live together they are great dads, but once they move out they become a completely different person.


Parenting School Years Magazine for only $6.99!

A one year cover price of Parenting School Years magazine (11 issues) carries a $87.78 price tag, but through this fantastic deal it’s only $6.99.  Yep that’s over 90% off!  Don’t you simply love hearing that?

Hurry, this is a limited time offer.


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Parents Night Out at The Language Workshop for Children

As much as you love your kids, some grown-up alone time spells good things for the family, too. Enter The Language Workshop for Children‘s Parents Night out, featuring 150 whole minutes of playcare for the children–with French language-focused games, songs, craft, baking and more–while the adults relax. Whether it’s time for going on a Mom-and-Dad date, catching up with friends, or running errands, simply drop the kids off at the beginning of the night and pick them up when you’ve taken care of business. For enrollment and registration, visit or call 212-396-0830.

Friday September 30,2011

Lucy Moses School
129 West 67th Street
New York, New York
Pricing & Ticket Info: $45 for 1 child; $65 for 2; $85 for 3
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