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  • Forum Post: Your thoughts on Isis Parenting closing

    Posted 01/15/2014 12:22:12 EST

    Wow this is shocking.   Most hospitals and OB/GYNs in the city refer their patients to classes there.   Wondering what will fill the void!!!   I will add that classes were extremely pricey and certain more »

  • Forum Post: 30 year old mother of 4 passed away on Sunday. Please read and support the children

    Posted 01/15/2013 12:46:39 EST

    http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/columnists/margery_eagan/2013/01/outpouring_kids_who_lost_their_mom   Here is a link to the fund, thank you....   http://www.giveforward.com/memorialfundforcorieja more »

  • Forum Post: Tell BPS: Boston Families Belong Together!

    Posted 12/05/2012 11:13:00 EST

    In response to GreginMeffa's comment: [QUOTE] If my school system was going to split my kids up, I would leave said school system.   [/QUOTE] People say the same thing about every election in the US, more »

  • Forum Post: Tell BPS: Boston Families Belong Together!

    Posted 12/01/2012 10:23:58 EST

    Yes, vouchers will do nothing to solve this problem. Fantastic article in the Globe this week:   http://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/2012/11/28/putting-gace-boston-school-reassignment-proposals/Wmyzp8T more »

  • Forum Post: Tell BPS: Boston Families Belong Together!

    Posted 11/27/2012 05:40:51 EST

    Neighborhood schools are definitely part of the solution, but, the plans as presented do very little to reduce the bussing budget (by 10% even by BPS's own estimates) and what is defined as a "neighbo more »

  • Forum Post: Boston Parents - Sign this petition to keep Boston Families together in the schools!

    Posted 11/27/2012 01:47:04 EST

    Got this message via MoveOn today.... a local Boston mom trying to spread the word about the changes BPS is trying to impose on current families! This is it, our last chance to make our voices heard. more »

  • Forum Post: Tell BPS: Boston Families Belong Together!

    Posted 11/27/2012 01:21:18 EST

    We've almost got 400 signatures!   Most of the signatures are from people on the south side of the city (where I live.)   I don't really have connections to north side communities, please spread the w more »

  • Forum Post: Totally OT from an old member ;-)

    Posted 11/27/2012 01:18:52 EST

    In response to veggirl's comment: [QUOTE]   Hey there wedding board ladies :-)   Its been a LONG time since I used to hang out here daily (I LAUGH at my “number of Posts” – there must have been more »

  • Forum Post: Totally OT from an old member ;-)

    Posted 11/16/2012 11:22:48 EST

      Hey there wedding board ladies :-)   Its been a LONG time since I used to hang out here daily (I LAUGH at my “number of Posts” – there must have been thousands before they reset the board in 2005!)  more »

  • Forum Post: Tell BPS: Boston Families Belong Together!

    Posted 11/15/2012 03:46:38 EST

    In response to GreginMeffa's comment: [QUOTE] When my kids charter school first opened in 1998, we were first in.  My daughter was in 3rd grade, my son in first, and my youngest daughter coming up on more »

  • Forum Post: Tell BPS: Boston Families Belong Together!

    Posted 11/15/2012 12:36:08 EST

    Boston Public Schools is about to roll out massive changes to the school selection process.  Although the final decision has not been made, BPS has been consistent in saying it will NOT preserve sibli more »

  • Forum Post: recovering from affair/abandonment

    Posted 07/21/2011 11:17:52 EDT

    Kargiver, thanks for sharing your story (and so sorry you had to go through all of that!)  you give me hope. Winter2011bride, I'd love to hear your story.   Getting remarried with kids seems so imposs more »

  • Forum Post: recovering from affair/abandonment

    Posted 07/20/2011 09:57:01 EDT

    Thanks everyone. For the record, I noticed his "depression" and tried everything to help him, trust me, I did everything, even his own mother told me she didn't think in my position she would have tri more »

  • Forum Post: recovering from affair/abandonment

    Posted 07/15/2011 09:47:00 EDT

    My husband and partner of 14 years abandoned me and our two little girls (ages 1 and 4) - for a 20 year old college student.  He was my best friend.  His parents are destroyed, he has no friends left, more »

  • Forum Post: A warning to all women (how to tell if your man is cheating.)

    Posted 07/15/2011 09:35:22 EDT

    I think I disagree about that.   Of course it would hurt just as much to find out he was cheating - but looking back over a WHOLE YEAR of lies....   thats a lot of time to have to re-process in retros more »

  • Forum Post: A warning to all women (how to tell if your man is cheating.)

    Posted 07/15/2011 03:45:36 EDT

    I'm not saying everyone should be constantly looking for cheating.  But to at least know some of the basic signs could save you some of the pain I endured. I have a career and a lot of good friends, w more »

  • Forum Post: A warning to all women (how to tell if your man is cheating.)

    Posted 07/13/2011 05:00:44 EDT

    thanks.   ((HUGS))  I remember you from way back.  He WASN'T a cheater at first though - he was a loving husband and father, an adored son.   Now he's lost, his entire family ashamed of him, he has no more »

  • Forum Post: A warning to all women (how to tell if your man is cheating.)

    Posted 07/13/2011 04:02:34 EDT

    I thought I was in a blissful marriage.   14 years together.  Two beautiful children. Suddenly this time last year, when pregnant with our second child - he told me he loved me, but wasn't in love wit more »

  • Forum Post: My sister’s wedding….

    Posted 05/22/2010 08:21:47 EDT

    Downtoearth, it IS me!    I have no idea why it says I only have 140 posts.  LOL.   Didn't I have like 5000 back in the day????   lol.    I guess they reset it ;-) Life is good.   My little girl is 2 more »

  • Forum Post: My sister’s wedding….

    Posted 05/20/2010 03:03:49 EDT

    Bridesmaid’s dress, rush fee, alterations - $350 Shoes - $25 Maternity hose - $10 Strapless bra - $30 Mani/pedi at spa party - $250-$300 (for her services and mine) Shower gift - $100 Wedding gift - $ more »

  • Forum Post: Good place for mani/pedi etc in Portsmouth, NH area for a group?

    Posted 05/18/2010 01:37:18 EDT

    I’d like to have my sister’s bachelorette party be a group get together for mani/pedi etc before the wedding, for a small group of women (probably around 5-8?)   I did this for a friend of mine once a more »

  • Forum Post: Has anyone used The Pros Entertainment?

    Posted 03/29/2010 08:11:05 EDT

    My sister is getting a quote from them for photography that is really quite inexpensive, so I just want to do a little checking around - has anyone used them?   Positive or negative experiences?   Tha more »

  • Forum Post: Best place to get maternity bridesmaid dresses - in a hurry!

    Posted 02/24/2010 12:46:45 EST

    Hi girls, thanks for the responses! I also like the taryn dress, but the bride is probably going with that one for HER dress, so she should look different from us (hers will be floor length of course. more »

  • Forum Post: Best place to get maternity bridesmaid dresses - in a hurry!

    Posted 02/18/2010 03:35:56 EST

    It is looking like my sister is getting married in southern Maine the first week of MAY!!!!   OF THIS YEAR!!!!!   She got a great last-minute deal from an awesome reception locaion, and they are in th more »

  • Forum Post: My sister is getting married! Need a venue near the water or a garden, please help! :-)

    Posted 12/22/2009 09:37:13 EST

    My sister is in CO right now, but she and her FI are both from Portsmouth, NH area.   THey are contemplating having their wedding out there - a silly notion, since ALL of BOTH of their families are he more »

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