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Things To Consider When Hiring A Bouncy Castle

As summer approaches, we prepare ourselves for those familiar seasonal scenes; someone wearing a themed apron struggling to light a barbeque, your neighbour hosing down everything in sight and your children high on excess daylight. If you are scratching your head as to how you can contain your kids' hyperactivity this summer, consider hiring a bouncy castle. Invite all their friends around, stir up some ice ...

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Online Dating Obstacles & How To Overcome Them

The Biggest Dating Online Dating Obstacles Online dating often has mixed results with some people enjoying great success and others none at all. Online dating is certainly not without its obstacles but before you cancel your subscription try these great methods to overcome typical online dating hurdles. Online Dating Lies An online dating profile is how people convey their interests and like to potential pa ...

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Why Traditional Children’s Toys Will Always Be A Pre-School Favourite

Today even with all the new technology that is filtering its way through to the children’s toy market there is still a strong demand, especially within the pre-school age group, for traditional toys. What are Traditional Toys? There are two genres of traditional toys the first is defined as the truly traditional wooden toys which incorporate bricks, train sets, puzzles and figurines. These are immensely pop ...

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Top 5 Wedding Trends For 2013

Weddings are almost as fickle as fashion when it comes to trends.  What would have made your wedding look amazing in 2012 could well make it tacky and outdated in 2013, and those are attributes and characteristics that no one ever wants to see assigned to their big day. At the same time, if you have planned your wedding months or years in advance, there may be certain things that you cannot change, and you ...

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Is The Grade School Your Child Attending Important For Their Future?

Education is universally regarded as extremely important in any child’s development.  At the earliest levels, a good encompasses not only learning the basics of math, reading, spelling and language skills, history, etc., but also help to develop the actual “skill” of how to learn and retain, and how to study. Almost as importantly, early education is where children learn how to socialize with their own peer ...

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WWII Veteran Receives Lost Purple Heart

Receiving a Purple Heart is a special honor for those who risk their life fighting for this country.  That is why Capt. Zachariah Fike, a veteran of Afghanistan, founded Purple Hearts Reunited to reunite lost Purple Hearts with the families of the soldier.  For the first time, last month, Fike was able to reunite a Purple Heart with the actual recipient, World War II veteran George Hemphill. The tradition o ...

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Quality Playground Equipment

When you ask a group of young children what their favorite part about school is you will most likely get the same response again and again: recess.  It’s important to remember that what makes a great recess is quality playground equipment.  Playground equipment comes in all shapes and sizes as well as different varieties depending on the age group being entertained.  What may be great playground equipment f ...

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Getting Ready To Win Custody Of Your Child

Your child is the most important thing in your life and having legal custody over him is essential. This will allow you to have the right to make decisions related to your child's needs such as education, religion and health care. Once you file for custody, you must set your heart and mind on winning because after all, you will do everything for the well being of your child. It is with the help of a reliabl ...

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The Perfect Gift For The Not-So Perfect Mother-In-Law

I love my mother in law, but sometimes she can be a big pain in the rear. Last year my wife and I were planning a trip to Hawaii when all of a sudden her mother came up with the “flu”. We canceled and my wife went over to take care of her. The next month we decided to take a cruise to Costa Rica, when all of a sudden her mother contracted a week long headache that only her daughter could cure. I began suspe ...

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Single? 5 Ways to Get a Date for Valentine’s Day

If you’re newly partner-free, or if you’ve been spending the past few weeks, months, or years seeking for The One, you might be harboring a certain degree of resentment toward Valentine’s Day. After all, who wants to buy into all that over-hyped, consumerist junk? Valentine’s Day is a non-holiday, which corporate America invented in order to shove chocolates, cards, and other overpriced, useless things down ...

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