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Clive Jordan
ParentingExtra - Ideas and inspiration for Parents. We also make a nuisance of ourselves on Twitter ;)
ParentingExtra - Ideas and inspiration for Parents. We also make a nuisance of ourselves on Twitter ;)

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Here are 40 or so of our fave parenting resources.

#Parenting circle

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#Parenting Peeps

It's #FollowFriday so here's our Parenting Peeps circle.
Add this circle for plenty of articles, tips & inspiration!

Please re-share and shout if you know of anyone that we should add here for next week!


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Come in and take a seat over there.
Now, tell me all about your +Twitter addiction.

You have 140 characters.
How often do you need YOUR +Twitter fix? Pretty interesting #Infographic arguing that for some, it may be more addictive than cigarettes. Read more here:

Life is about using the whole box of crayons. ~RuPaul

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Very impressive!
When time has stopped
Just imagine this tiny world, existed only for 1/4000 sec. Little red bat was flying by a flower, surrounded by total darkness. Then everything has disappeared in a fraction of a second, turned to wet spots on a studio flor.

May be our life is just a split-a-second splash for somebody else?
For some reason I feel like this now.. Time to go to bed I guess:-)
Enjoy the moment!

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We've moved over to our brand spanking new Google+ Page

If you are a parent; have kids; teach kids; know any kids or are just a big kid yourself: come check us out!

Note: Pages can only follow back people that follow them first!

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There were 3 in the bed and the little one said:

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Please check out our new Google+ Page.

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TIP: Take a walk outside with your child and “wonder out loud”! Wonder about the sky, the trees, the birds, the sounds, etc. Children are naturally curious but having their parent wonder out loud opens the conversation about so many things!
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