Donation’s For A Family In Need

Mommy Effer


I am the treasurer of the Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio MOMS Club. The International MOMS Club is a non-profit organization that provides support for mothers and children within each community.
This past year one of our members, Melissa, lost her battle with an inoperable brain tumor, leaving behind a grief-stricken husband {Ethan} and 3 small children {Brenden, Kage, & Zoe}. This will be their first holiday season without their ‘rock’. I’m in the process of collecting donations to help ease their financial situation and make their holidays a little brighter during this difficult time. Ethan has just informed us that they recently lost their food assistance and health insurance and he is doing all he can to provide for and support his children. If you would like to donate -anything- PLEASE do so. I know all too well how money can be tight, but even just $5 can go far for…

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LadyRomp Inspirational Conference Call!



LadyRomp is a place where people can go for great stories on everything about women. Anything involving today’s women and girls can be found here, whether it be motivational stories or messages, news, health, or inspirational women, the site equips and inspires women of all ages to go after their dreams and find their purpose. Currently, the blog is gathering business contacts and within the next year or so, editor Kimberly Seabrooks dreams of developing a real, vibrant community comprised of small groups with the use of The LadyRomp Inspiration Network.

janinehausif_1353949722_11Janine Hausif will be joining us on our 1st call.

Entrepreneur. Idea Maven. Creator.

Soon after earning her Bachelor’s degree in Communication in her hometown in Maryland, Janine immediately uprooted her life to Brooklyn, New York. One chance afternoon Janine noticed a large decal plastered to a local business’s window that read “Black-Owned Business.” She thought it would be great…

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Faith and Doubt

With faith you can move mountains. With doubt you can create them.

Russ Towne's A Grateful Man

With faith you can move mountains. With doubt you can create them.


I’ve often heard the first sentence, but this is the first time I’d seen the second one. I don’t know who came up with the latter or put the two sentences together for the first time, but I believe that they thoughts reinforce each other so well that it was genius to put them together.

With Love,

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Toxic Additives in Children’s Flintstones Vitamins Contains Aspartame, GMOs and Other Hazardous Ingredients

Brought to you by the company who found their product tainted with AIDS and instead of destroying the shipment… they sent it to and sold it in a third world country. What a nice company.

Top Children’s Vitamin Brand Contains Aspartame, GMOs and Other Hazardous Ingredients

Doug L. Bullock forget about the additives in childrens vitamins. Look at the vitamins themselves. They are fake, imitation synthetic chemicals that look like a vitamin in a chemistry lab. They are made from crude oil and coal tar. If anyone wants to feed THAT to their kid then there must be something wrong with them as a parent. Vitamins that are made from REAL FOOD actually build the body while the fake ones are just toxic and useless. I have used the real food sourced ones for years now and they WORK

Published on Nov 2, 2013

A number of toxic additives are contained in Flintstones vitamins, according to the National Health Federation. These synthetic additives are actually banned in many countries due to the fact that they are not only harmful to people, but dangerous to the environment as well. This raises the question of why these poisonous chewables are being used by parents as a substitute for the vitamins that can be found in natural foods. On this clip from the Lip News, Lissette Padilla and Mark Sovel raise these concerns while suggesting simple methods that parents can use to keep their children safe.

Tossing social etiquette to the wind and why would you feel comfortable enough to pose that, like you’re inquiring about?

with some humor:
In reference to my kids:
“Is his father/mother in the picture?” Ugh. That’s so rude. Why would you ask that question like he/she isn’t? And even more importantly, why would you feel comfortable enough to pose that, like you’re inquiring about where I got my sweater or who did my hair? Rude party of one.
“Maybe she’s acting out because… you know… dad’s not around.” Maybe she is. So what’s your excuse?
“Who’s his daddy?” Wow. Well, since we’re tossing social etiquette to the wind: how much do you weigh? What did you bring home on your taxes last year? Make you feel uncomfortable? OK, that’s how we feel too.
All up in my love life:
“No man is going to want you with all of those kids.” Mmm hmm. Mmm hmm. Thanks for making that point. And what, pray tell, would you suggest I do with these kids now that I have them? Trade them in for the man? Or give up on the man and just resign myself to a life of singleness? Bigger than that, that’s just a really mean thing to say. Sheesh.“I’ll pray for a family for you and your daughter.” Before you get into that, you might need to go on ahead and pray that my hand doesn’t accidentally land across the back of your head. Contrary to what you might think, my daughters and I together are a family. Yep, just us. Adding a man does not make us better. We’re doing just fine by ourselves.“You’ve got all them kids and now you want to be celibate?” Blank stare. No comment.
About my life in general:
“I don’t know how you do it!” I don’t either. But it gets done, so let’s not over analyze the logistics. I’m walking on water here and I’m trying not to look down.“Where’s Angelise and Raelynn?” You know, I actually stopped being pregnant 3 years ago. That was the last time we were physiologically tied together. Sometimes she does gnaw loose from that chains that apparently keeps up attached at the ankles.
“You look tired.” That’s because I am. But thank you for your transparency and honesty. Care to watch over my household while I take a nap?
Okay single parents research time< What are some thing people say or have said to you that just gets on your very last nerve??????