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Friday, December 07, 2012

Your December 7 2012 Blog Carnival Of Christian Family Information Exchange


We're hoping that you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and are enjoying the sacred season of Advent. Have you finished your shopping list or have you just begun? Either way, relax there's enough time left! Keep in mind that this season is suppose to be full of love cheer and warm memories. Don't let a merchant or other shoppers take away your joy!

We have been busy with the normal holiday duties however, after getting e-mails informing us of broken links we have been working overtime to fix each problem. We have even been going over each and every link to be sure it works 'fast enough', or doesn't take all day to load up. Now that I said it is fixed... you know... just e-mail us at any of the boxes you have for us or to brokenlinks@olinepublishing.com . You can use this address for any broken link you come accross even if it was just featured on Twitter or Pinterest and not on the main site. Why some of the shortened url's are having troubles I don't know! They can work this morning and then this afternoon they are down! Anyway...let's just hope you have luck when you are trying to get details about an OLIN information eproduct. With nearly 200 different links and items for sale with multiple paged  sales pages on the net, it keeps us all busy keeping it all up and running as it should. No excuses though, just letting you know how big our job is at times! We promise to keep our links working and our pages loading fast, it is just a bit difficult and overwhelming at times to keep our promise!

This Christmas so far for us, has been all about pets and family activities like the board games and computer games. The new Pinterest site has become easy for folks to view all of our products on one site with full details and easy purchasing. We have just about every info eproduct we offer 'pinned-up' at Pinterest with details and bonus explanations. If you are unsure of what you are looking for, that would be a good place to just browse all the offers until one jumped out at you! The address again for the Pinterest site is pinterest.com/olinebooks. If you are having difficulties finding a certain product, or trouble with a link just e-mial us and we will get things all fixed for you!

In closing I hate to even mention this but, I must keep you updated and so I am saying that this Christmas will help determine whether we can contiue as a business or not! We are going 'all-out', holding nothing back, giving it everything we have and then some to make this a good Christmas for us financially. We are also relying a bit on our repeat customers and fellow Christians to help us as much as they can. Together I think, I pray, we will be okay! May God bless you and yours and may the sacred season of Advent prepare your hearts for the coming of our our Savior Jesus Christ.


Now here is your  December 07  2012 Blog Carnival Of Christian Family Information Exchange! Please do share this with loved ones and re-post it elsewhere for others to be blessed by it as well.


Cherry Liu presents How to Pack for a Move posted at House Sitting Jobs , saying, "Making a move is difficult and stressful for every member of the family, whether you are moving across town or to the other side of the country. By keeping a few tips in mind while you’re packing, though, you can help minimize some of the stress that comes with moving for everyone involved, and make the entire process a little bit easier."

Brittany Martin presents The Importance of Setting Performance Goals in a Nanny Job posted at Nanny Interview Questions, saying, "Although a nanny works in a very informal setting, it’s important to remember that she is still a childcare professional, and performance goals should be an expected and regular part of the job. Here are a few ways these goals serve the nanny, the parents and the child."

Kevin Giffin presents 10 Summer Lessons to Sign Your Children Up For posted at Summer Nanny , saying, "When school ends for the summer, many parents opt to enroll their children in summer lessons or classes that will both keep them occupied and impart valuable skills. In most communities, the array of available classes is nearly endless; it can seem as if there’s a class for everything! If you’re looking for ways to keep your children engaged and away from the television during the summer break, here are 10 lessons you might want to consider for them."

Layla Martinez presents What Should a Mom Do When She Feels Jealous of Her Nanny? posted at Live-In Nanny , saying, "Placing your children in the care of a nanny comes with a common, but largely unexpected side effect: nanny envy."

Michelle Brown presents 10 Ways to Make Homework Time More Fun posted at Nanny , saying, "The last thing that kids want to do when they get home from school is homework, and sometimes it can seem near impossible to get them to settle down to study when all they want to do is play and blow off steam."

Dan Robinson presents Top 10 Christmas Stories Every Child Should Hear posted at Aupair Jobs.

Denise Young presents Important Information for Nannies to Know About Gluten Free Diets posted at Au Pair Care, saying, "Usually found in barley, rye and wheat, gluten is an almost ubiquitous protein that’s come under fire recently, being blamed for everything from constipation to failure to thrive."

Brittany Harris presents 10 Great Tips for Teaching Kids Money Management posted at NannyPro.com.

Steve Jackson presents 5 Ways to Store Christmas Lights to Avoid Detangling Next Year posted at Housekeeping, saying, "What is the one thing that takes the longest to do and is the most frustrating part of putting up the Christmas tree? The lights! Christmas lights have a knack for getting tangled up into knots, which is a large reason why so many artificial trees now come pre-lit – untangling and stringing lights just isn’t a lot of fun."

Kaylee Adams presents How to Find Back-Up Care When Your Nanny is Sick posted at Find A Nanny, saying, "After weighing your childcare options, you’ve decided to hire a nanny. You may be wondering however, what you’ll do in the event that your nanny becomes sick and is unable to show up for work. While the reality is that nannies, like anyone else, may end up with a stomach bug or other illness that prevents them from working, most seasoned nannies can count on one hand how often they’ve called into work sick over the course of their career."

Arianna Lee presents 10 Surprises No Kid Gets Tired of Getting posted at Part Time Nanny, saying, "It’s no secret that kids love getting surprises. Large or small, unexpected and pleasant events are sure to put a smile on any little one’s face. There are also some surprises that, no matter how often they happen, never lose their power to delight a child; here are 10 of them:"

Layla Martinez presents 5 Breakfast Dishes Worthy of Christmas Morning posted at Live-In Nanny, saying, "Some people eat breakfast every day and others rarely if ever eat breakfast, but there’s something about Christmas morning with your family that just screams for a fabulous breakfast, but one that won’t stress out the cook because Christmas dinner is yet to come. Give one of these a try this year and see if you think they are Christmas morning worthy."

Carter White presents Top 10 Holiday Movies to Watch with Your Kids posted at Babysitting, saying, "Since the holidays mean that the kids are home from school, what’s better than using that additional time for a little extra family bonding?"

Caleb Hill presents What To Look For In A Nanny Family posted at Nanny Classifieds, saying, "Finding the right family to work for isn’t a small task for a nanny to accomplish. It requires looking at several different factors that contribute to making a potential job a successful fit."

Shelby Martin presents Is a Nanny Share Right For You? posted at GoNannies.com Blog.

Teri Jones presents Holiday Gift Guide for Preschoolers posted at Nanny Jobs.

Kevin Giffin presents 10 Ghost Towns Kids Love to Visit posted at Summer Nanny, saying, "All across the country there are ghost towns that have various degrees of spookiness related to them, and many kids love visiting these places and letting their imaginations run wild. If you’re looking for something different to do with the kids, why not visit one of the ghost towns for a thrill."

Dan Robinson presents 5 of Santa’s Favorite Cookie Recipes posted at Aupair Jobs, saying, "As Christmas approaches, the kids are likely getting more and more excited about Santa’s upcoming visit to deliver toys, especially if they’ve been exceptionally good this year. And, talk has probably started about what kind of cookies they should leave out for Santa on Christmas Eve to ensure that they stay in his good graces."

Oc-repair presents Tips for Choosing the Right Appliance Repair Company for your Home posted at Same Day Orange County Appliance Repair (888)878-7227. Call Now!, saying, "When it comes to choosing the right appliance repair company, you might be percepting for some tips to assist you out. It's not very frequent that you have to pay for appliance repair in your home, so you may want to select a company that is reputable and proven to be reliable. "

Denise Thompson presents 10 Tips to Keep Your Teen Babysitter Safe posted at Find A Babysitter, saying, "Now that you’ve found a good, reliable babysitter to look after your children and keep them safe, your next step is to ensure the same for her. There are some very effective steps you can take to make your home safer for both your sitter and your family while you’re away."

Hays Travel presents WIN a turkey courtesy of Hays Travel! posted at Hays Travel Blog, saying, "With Christmas Day 2012 almost upon us, Hays Travel are sending three lucky Tweeters £30 gift voucher for a supermarket of their choice, to get into the Christmas spirit. Also not forgetting Hays Travel, as the UK's largest independent travel agent, offers incredible cheap holidays to Turkey as a holiday destination as well. So this is a great deal to consume, in many ways!"

Shelby Martin presents 4 Signs of Kindergarten Readiness posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, "While many parents want their children to follow the accepted schedule for development, kids tend to progress at their own rate."

Cherry Liu presents 10 Dollar Gift Ideas for Work or Family Gift Swaps posted at House Sitting Jobs, saying, "If you’ve ever participated in a gift swap or exchange before you’ve likely noticed that a few select gifts are the coveted gifts, and always seem to get stolen repeatedly, while other gifts are a little less popular and don’t go beyond the person who picked them."

Steve Jackson presents How to Clean Up From Christmas posted at Housekeeping, saying, "Once the holidays are over you’re left with the less than desirable task of putting up all of the decorations and thoroughly cleaning and returning your house to a normal state."

Suzanne Cullen presents How to Make Your Own Candles posted at aupair.

Arianna Lee presents 10 Holiday Gifts to Give Your Nanny posted at Part Time Nanny, saying, "When the winter gift-giving holidays roll around, it’s natural to want to show your appreciation for everything that your nanny does by presenting her with a thoughtful gift to mark the occasion. Determining what the best gift is, however, isn’t always easy."

Jocelyn Scott presents 10 Signs a Nanny Candidate Might Be the Wrong Choice posted at Nanny Background Check.

Arabella Brown presents 5 Ways to Get Your Nanny to Hate You | Nanny Services posted at Nanny Services, saying, "While the likelihood of you wanting your nanny to hate you is slim to none, if you’ve been wondering what it would take to make your nanny’s blood boil and walk out the door, never to return, take note."

Diego Brown presents 10 Reptiles That Make Great Pets for Kids posted at National Nannies, saying, "For apartment-dwelling kids or families who have limited space, traditional pets might not be a great fit."

Carter White presents 10 Great Q&A Sites for Troubled Teens posted at Babysitting, saying, "It isn’t always easy for teenagers to get help, no matter how desperately they need it. Even when they know where to turn to find the answers, asking the questions that get them there can be a challenge."

MITCHELL MORRIS presents 10 Ways Nannies Can Foster a Love of Reading in Their Charges posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, "The cornerstone of a good education and strong academic performance is having strong reading and comprehension skills. Children who have learned to love reading may be able to grasp other basic skills earlier and with less trouble than those who have not."

Sandra McAubre presents 7 Holiday Traditions to Start with Your Family posted at Hire a Nanny, saying, "Some families have holiday traditions that go back generations. Other families don’t really have any traditions at all. Regardless of which camp you fall into, why not create a few new holiday traditions this Christmas season? Traditions give everyone something special to look forward to year after year."

Sharon Moore presents 10 Reasons Why Nannies Are Great for Single Child Families posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, "Working parents with only one child often think that engaging a full-time nanny is excessive, opting instead for daycare or other childcare options. There are, however, many reasons why a nanny is ideal for only-child households; here are 10 of them:"

Shelby Martin presents 8 Ways to Help a New Nursing Mom Return to Work posted at GoNannies.com Blog.

That will conclude this December 7 2012 edition.  Please submit your blog article(s) to the next edition of Christian Family Information Exchange using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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*Special note*:  I really hate to mention this but feel it must be said.  I appreciate all the great articles from the various nanny sites. Unfortunately, I believe we are getting overwhelmed with them to the point that we aren't receiving many other type of articles for our Blog Carnival. This isn't a Blog Carnival about and only for Christian nannys! Before we lose our distinctiveness, I must begin to limit the number of nanny articles to make room for and to make other article types once again feel comfortable submitting to this Blog Carnvial.  Please understand and please continue to send us your great articles about nannys and families lucky to have nannies. I suggest you help get other types of articles either by sending them to our Blog Carnival page or by having them send their articles to me by email. The more 'other' type of articles the more nanny articles we can have in balance.  I just felt it was only fair to inform you of the limits being set in place on future Blog Carnivals. Thank you, I hope you understand and agree with me on this issue.  God bless!


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