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Choosing the Right Plan: How to Pick the Best Health Insurance Plan

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A parenting failure!

Mother and Daughter, an explosive relationship

Am I failing as a mother? I mean Seriously, when I asked my daughter(age13), to please put two waffles in the toaster. So, she brings in a really hot plate with her shirt covering the side of it, and two extremely crispy, stuck to the plate waffles. Instead of putting them in the toaster, she puts them in the microwave for Three Mins! Lol! I should have taken a pic of her trying to convince me they were edible, as she couldn’t even take a bite of it. I’m not much of a cook, always hated cooking so I don’t do it much, but really daughter? So she is currently making them again the right way, and even though she burnt frozen waffles to a plate, I’m still lucky to have a daughter who loves me enough to make them for me. I love my children!

Sincerely,

Amy B.

You don’t have to be a perfect mother, be a mother whose there and loves her children

By: Amy Battenhausen

1) beats cancer 2) attempt to make her dream of owning small business come true

They are down by only $1 200. Please assist in making this dream a reality for a brave,inspirational mother of two!

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Did I truly fail, so bad in my duties as a Mother? Or is it not so bad these days as wives and moms can actually do other things besides cooking? Any thoughts…

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Am I failing as a mother?

I mean Seriously, when I asked my daughter(age13), to please put two waffles in the toaster. So, she brings in a really hot plate with her shirt covering the side of it, and two extremely crispy, stuck to the plate waffles. Instead of putting them in the toaster, she puts them in the microwave for Three Mins! Lol! I should have taken a pic of her trying to convince me they were edible, as she couldn’t even take a bite of it. I’m npt much of a xook, always hated cooking so I don’t do it much, but really daughter? So she is currently making them again the right way, and even though she burnt frozen waffles to a plate, I’m still lucky to have a daughter awewt enough to make them for me. I love my children!
Sincerely,

AmyB

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Become a ImmortalMom/Dad:

If you want your children to turn out well, spend twice as much time with them, and half as much money.

– Abigail Van Buren

                I am currently designing and creating my first big project, completely at home in my free time, compiled of a huge library of Video Blogs. These

Videos will eventually all be tailored specifically to each one of my children, addressed to each one. They will be of myself, doing such things as wishing each one a happy birthday all

The way up to my youngest child’s 100th Birthday, tips on defeating middle age crisis, advice on making it through menopause, thoughts that I believe they should know, important info,

And so many more things. The sky is really the limit with this project, it really can be taken and made from the ground up to be totally and completely yours. One day, not today obviously,

Your children will be sulking after a failed marriage, for example, and just because you have passed on doesn’t mean you can’t still be, they’re for your child as a parent, a guidance, and offer

Advice to them as if you would if this were happening to them.

Will this project be Tedious and Boring at some point? Yes. Will your kids appreciate the value of exactly what you are creating for them now? Surely Not! Will you regret doing this at

Some point? No Way Jose! When I lost my father, I was not prepared. No one ever is really. We do the best we can in preparing our children for that eventuality, but I know all parents

Major worry is about their kids when they are no longer around.  We all wish we could truly be here every day forever for our kids, but since that isn’t physically possible, maybe it’s spiritually, mentally,

And Verbally. I can barely remember my Dad’s Voice, the sound of his laugh, his calming deep singing voice, or even the way he told me he loved me, it’s been 9 years since he passed, and it’s gets

More and more fuzzy every day. The one big regret I have in my life is not recording my dad’s voice, getting more videos with him, and more photos. Since I have that regret, I set out trying to think of someway

I could make sure my children could easily push a button and see my smile and hear my laughter with it on a particular bad day, or laugh with me as I remember the past and all our good times, or listen to

Their personal motivation Video I make specifically for each one of my kids based on their unique personality and challenges to help get them through days when I can’t physically do that. I don’t want to

Stop being apart of their lives one day because of mortality if I can help it. I can do birthdays, holidays, and even Happy New Years for each year up to 2090 if I need to.  I can make sure certain videos are only opened in case of etc. I can even say watch this video only when you have officially started Menopause and your feeling depressed because you think you’re getting old. LoL. I really can just be open, creative, and have fun

With this, and know that in the end, this ImmortalityMom is absolutely going to be one of my children’s most precious and priceless gifts.

THE BEST PART ABOUT THIS WHOLE THING, FREE FREE FREE AND IT’S FREE!

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sincerely,

Amy Battenhausen

Dear Teenagers of America: you cray cray LOL…

To all Teenagers who’ve ever said “I don’t have an attitude, that’s just how I talk.” Public Service Announcement Teens!

If you’re a teenager or the parents of a teenager whose ever tried to say to you, “This is just how I talk, so either accept me as I am or don’t because I don’t have an attitude”, then it’s time to face facts little HUMAN, that type of thinking only shows others how immature you actually are. When you recognize that the way you say things to people tends to get frowns, get you in trouble or perhaps they say you have an attitude, and then you make the decision to change how you speak to others so that doesn’t happen anymore, then congratulations you’re becoming a mature young adult and you should be very proud of yourselves.

It’s your job to fix these issues if you want to be respected and taken seriously amoung mature crowds of people. It’s absolutely not our job to change our reaction to your adolescent, angry, hormonal tone of voice!

That Is All!

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Sincerely,

The mother of just such a daughter

P.S. I love my rude, crazy, loud, hormonal, selfish, aggravating, needy, spoiled, beautiful, silly, artistic, smart, kind, giving, amazing, wonderful ball of sunshine and magic Teenage Girl! She’s one of a kind and I’m so Lucky to be her Mom!