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25 Ways You Know You're a Stay at Home Mom
1. Your kids ask where you are going when you put on jeans. 2. At least half of your meals consist of your child's leftovers. 3. When your husband asks. "what did you do today?" you can't muster up a single thing to report, despite feeling like you've been put through the spin cycle of the washing machine. 4. You can clean your entire house with a package of baby wipes. 5. A "night out" is roaming the aisles at Target alone.
Are Homes Affordable in Los Angeles?

By Jennifer Riner of Zillow

Considering moving to Los Angeles? While some neighborhoods in the city are consistently more expensive than others, the Los Angeles real estate market as a whole is booming. According to Zillow, home values in Los Angeles are up 22.6 percent year over year, making the city a great place to invest.

Bizmommy talks to "From the Rough's" LeToya Luckett

I had the privilege of speaking with LeToya Luckett today.  She is one of the stars of the new movie, "From the Rough."  This sounds like an amazing story.  It chronicles coach Catana Starks (Taraji P. Henson) from Tennessee State University who, through passion and determination, became the first woman coach of a college men’s golf team. She found a "rough" group of kids from around the world and shepherded them to an all-time PGA National Collegiate Minority Championship.

The Bouqs Delivers!

I like to surprise my wife with flowers when she least expects it.  I don't get them on Valentine's Day or her birthday.  That's too obvious.  I like them to just appear at the door unexpectedly and catch her off guard.  I want her to know I'm thinking of her.  However, the flowers have to be beautiful and fresh if it's really going to be meaningful.  

Knott's "Boysenberry" Farm is in Bloom this Spring!

I tasted a boysenberry butter stuffed chocolate covered jalapeno yesterday!  It's not for everyone but I enjoyed it and there were plenty of other boysenberry offerings to suit just about every taste.  If you love boysenberries (and who doesn't?) you have to get yourself over to Knott's Berry Farm for the Knott's Berry Bloom spring season.

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