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Friday, January 18, 2013

Your January 18 2013 Blog Carnival Of Christian Family Information Exchange & Know Your Gun Rights!

Thank you for reading this Blog Carnival. We spend much time putting it together as well as all the time each article author spends each week. We would like fdor you to know that you too may also write for us and submit it via the Blog Carnival site or by simply email me Director@olinepublishing.com .  All of us at OLIN'S hope you are doing well and enjoying the first month of this new year!  We have been busy up-dating our inventory.  We are getting rid of old information to make room for the latest information.   We received an email this week from a customer saying, "you guys really are providers of information..." We say it often, however it must take some a bit longer to truly know and understand just how serious we take our role of being 'information suppliers for today's busy Christian families! We hope you all will come to understand that and trust us for your family's information.   It isn't just a dopey slogan!  We really mean it and take many actions each day to have the latest information available for our customers.
On the subject of latest information, we all are aware of the 'hub-bub' over gun rights in America. Without getting into the politics of it, we sought to find the latest information regarding your rights as a gun owner and head of the family.   Truly, one of the most frightening occurrences is a 'home invasion'.   I can't think of a worst nightmare for any head of the household. If you are a gun owner, do you know your rights? Can you shoot to kill an intruder? Do you know your rights as a gun owner? Has all the latest 'hub-bub' concerning gun rights changed your rights, or will your rights change at a later date?  Do any changes in rights affect all gun owners or gun owners of just a certain type of gun?  These are important questions and must be answered by each and every gun owner!

So...Where do you begin to sort all of this out? Fortunately, I found a guide called, "Control The Conflict: A Guide To Firearms And Personal Rights". If you are a gun owner, or plan to be a gun owner soon, you must know your rights! This guide contains many of the answers to the questions I've brought up and many others related to the subject, in easy to understand terms and language. However, as with all 'guides', no guide is complete with regards to any subject.  This guide will give you much more than just a 'good start' to your rights as a gun owner.  Fortunately we made a special deal on this guide and you can take advantage of a reduced price and get the answers to your questions by clicking here  .   I would also ask you to please help me out and tell your neighbors, friends and family where they can get a copy of this guide also. I can't think of a time when there was so much arguing over gun rights. Get the information you need  now as a head of household and you will feel a bit at ease knowing your rights as a gun owner.

Now here is your January 18 2013 Blog Carnival
Of Christian Family Information Exchange!
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Diego Brown presents 10 Awesome Magic Spells from the Best Fairy Tales posted at National Nannies , saying, "No fairy tale would be complete without a witch, wizard or some mysterious character casting a spell to add the flair of mystery and excitement to the story."

Janet Golovine presents 25 Blogs That Can Help You Plan Family Meals posted at Become A Nanny ,saying, "Planning family meals can be a real challenge, and selecting meals that everyone will like can turn into a difficult and time consuming process."

Joe Taylor presents 10 Ways to Make Sure You are Raising an Optimist posted at Live Out Nanny , saying, "We live in a hectic, stressful world that makes it easy to be pessimistic and depressed. However, these attitudes aren’t helpful and can actually be harmful."

Kaitlyn Johnson presents How to Choose a Godparent That Isn’t a Family Member posted at Newborn Care, saying, "While the tradition of choosing godparents for a new baby is typically affiliated with the Roman Catholic faith, there are some parents who are of different religions or no religion at all that are eager to confer the honor upon someone close to them."

Shelby Martin presents How to Avoid Meltdowns in Public posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, "Most every parent fears that inevitable moment in the store when all eyes are on them because their adorable child is having a full-fledged temper tantrum."

Brittany Martin presents How to Evaluate Your Nanny posted at Nanny Interview Questions, saying, "Periodic performance evaluation are par for the course in most professions in some form or another, but isn’t always carried over to the private childcare sector."

MITCHELL MORRIS presents 10 Ways to Get Your Child to Put Down Their Cell Phone posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, "Has your child’s cell phone become an extension of her hand? Between talking, texting, tweeting, taking pictures, sending emails, and playing games, kids have access to an endless amount of entertainment with their cell phones."

Brittany Harris presents Getting Ready for the January Hiring Season posted at NannyPro.com, saying, "January is one of the best times during the year to find a nanny job. Here are some things you can do to get ready to take advantage of this upcoming hiring season."

Alaina Moore presents 10 Must-Have Fashion Accessories for 2013 posted at aupair.org, saying, "In the world of fashion, there are some things that never go out of style."

Jeff Moore presents 10 Pets Not to Get When You Have Kids posted at Babysitting Jobs, saying, "At some point over the course of your kids’ childhood years, they will inevitably begin actively campaigning for the addition of a pet to the household."

Tim Hall presents 20 Blogs to Read before Going on Vacation with Kids posted at Summer Nanny Jobs, saying, "Planning ahead can make traveling with kids less stressful, especially if you have other concerns to take into consideration, like a special needs child or a child with food allergies."

Sydney Bell presents 20 Blogs Presenting Strange Services for Sale posted at Longhorn Leads, LLC, saying, "From people who’ll eat cat food to someone who will walk around in sneakers filled with ketchup, you can find just about anything on one of these blogs."

Carter White presents How to Organize Your Child’s Closet posted at Babysitting, saying, "From the moment of your first baby shower until the day your child officially grows up and moves away, it can seem as if managing her clothing is a full-time job."

Kaitlyn Johnson presents Where to Shop for Plus-Sized Maternity Clothes posted at Newborn Care, saying, "Pregnancy is an exciting and joyous time in a woman’s life, but it can also be one of the more difficult and confusing periods."

Layla Martinez presents 10 Easy Ways to Make a Hot Breakfast for Kids posted at Live-In Nanny, saying, "You’ve heard it time and again, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. There’s something comforting about starting the morning with a satisfying, hot meal to get the day going."

Lisa Williams presents 10 iPhone Apps that Boost Brain Function posted at Become A Nanny, saying, "If you own one of Apple’s popular iPhone devices, you already know that its capabilities extend far beyond those of a mere phone."

Kaylee Adams presents 40 Blogs Featuring Homeschooling Tips posted at Find A Nanny, saying, "Homeschooling your kids is becoming a more popular option these days, however, before deciding that’s the education route you want to take there are a lot of factors that should be taken into consideration."

Laura Anderson presents Expert Insights with Stevanne Auerbach, Dr. Toy posted at eNannySource, saying, "Several years ago I had the opportunity to meet Dr. Toy and listen in on one of her educational workshops for nannies on all things play."

Brittany Harris presents How Nannies and Parents Can Prevent Medication Miscommunication posted at NannyPro.com, saying, "When a child is suffering from an illness, whether it’s chronic or acute, the responsibilities of a nanny almost always expand to include the regular administration of prescribed and over-the-counter medications for treatment and symptom management."

Denise Young presents 30 Blogs with Ideas for Making Traveling with Kids Fun posted at Au Pair Care, saying, "Traveling with kids can get a bit stressful when the kids become bored, and what can start out as a fun trip quickly turns dismal when fighting breaks out in the backseat."

MITCHELL MORRIS presents 3 Creative Ways to Curb Bad Behavior posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, "Are you sick of trying traditional behavior modification methods to get your kids to listen to you, get along with one another, and act like well-behaved children, only to fail every time? If so, try these three unconventional approaches to curbing your child’s bad behavior."

Jeff Moore presents How to Get Your Tween to Open Up to You posted at Babysitting Jobs, saying, "Separating from parents and keeping more and more of their thoughts and feelings to themselves is a natural stage kids go through, but that doesn’t make any less difficult for parents to endure."

Sydney Bell presents How to Decide Between a Tablet or Laptop posted at Longhorn Leads, LLC, saying, "In a world where portable computer technology was, until quite recently, a monopoly held largely by laptops, the appearance of tablets on the market has had a noticeable impact."

Carter White presents 10 Ways to Be a Better Parent in the New Year posted at Babysitting, saying, "If one of your resolutions this year is to be a better parent, here are 10 things that will put you on that path."

Jonathan Grant presents Is He the Right One for Me? 3 Questions You Need To Ask! posted at Questions & Answers About Life, saying, "Will he be the spiritual leader of your family? A question so many women today don't want to ask!"

Teri Jones presents 11 Things Nannies Should Do on Their Day Off posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, "Nannies spend 40 to 60 hours per week caring for other people’s children. While being a nanny is a highly rewarding job, it can also be a very draining one."

Diego Brown presents 30 Blogs that Help Parents Develop and Maintain a Family Routine posted at National Nannies, saying, "It’s no secret that kids thrive when they live in a relatively structured environment with a reliable routine."

Arianna Lee presents 45 Blogs That Outline the Best Bible Study Tips posted at Part Time Nanny, saying, "Studying the Bible can be a daunting task, especially if you begin studying it without a plan of action."

Olivia Lewiss presents 10 Celebrities Who Have Committed Public Parenting Faux Pas posted at Hire a Nanny, saying, "In today’s celebrity-obsessed world, it’s easier than ever to spot your favorite public figures in some of their less-than-shining moments."

Diego Brown presents Interview with Mary Oscategui Founder of the International Maternity Institute™ posted at Newborn Care, saying, "Several years ago I had the opportunity to connect with Mary Oscategui as she was developing the International Academy of Baby Planner Professionals."

Steve Jackson presents 25 Blogs with Advice for Homemakers posted at Housekeeping, saying, "According to Webster’s Dictionary, a Homemaker is “someone who manages a household especially as a wife and mother.”"

Denise Young presents 30 Blogs for Frugal Moms posted at Au Pair Care, saying, "Saving money becomes even more important in a struggling economic climate than in less troubling times, and managing the expenses of running a household while making sure that everyone has everything they need can be a major challenge, even for thrifty moms."

MITCHELL MORRIS presents 30 Blogs With Tips On Curbing Bad Behavior posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, "As a parent or caregiver, one of your most basic and essential jobs is to help children learn to make good behavioral choices and curb their naughtier tendencies."

Sydney Bell presents 10 Work At Home Jobs That Aren’t a Scam posted at Longhorn Leads, LLC, saying, "The rise in fuel prices and a struggling economy that forces stay-at-home moms to generate income for their families has created a high demand for telecommuting positions, or “work at home” jobs."

Carter White presents How to Help Kids Stop Stuttering posted at Babysitting, saying, "There are a variety of speech difficulties that are common in children, especially between the ages of two and five."

Isabella Harriss presents 27 Bloggers Who Track Celebrity Sightings posted at Nanny News Network, saying, "These 27 bloggers have dedicated their blogs to reporting on the happenings of your favorite celebrities, keeping you in the loop about the people who frequent the entertainment industry."

Denise Thompson presents 5 Things Parents Shouldn’t Let Their Kids Do posted at Find A Babysitter, saying, "Wondering if your parenting is on the right track? While not all parenting strategies will work for all parents, there are definitely some things that all parents should think twice about before letting their children do."

Cherry Liu presents 10 of the Best iPhone Calendar Apps posted at House Sitting Jobs, saying, "These 10 calendar apps are among the best that the App Store has to offer, whether it’s by virtue of their beautiful interfaces, ease of use, or ability to streamline a series of tasks to boost productivity and leave more time in the day for enjoying the little things."

Jim Wilson presents 30 Blogs with Tips for Getting Good Behavior from Kids posted at 10 Physical Contact Rules for Babysitters, saying, "It’s important to be flexible as you teach your kids the importance of good behavior, and be willing to try various methods to get your kids to behave well."

Caleb Hill presents 5 Gifts Nannies Can Give Employers for the Holidays posted at Nanny Classifieds, saying, "While giving a gift to your employer is not required, it is a nice gesture of thanks and shows your appreciation for your job."

Shelby Martin presents How to Help a Child Who is Being Bullied posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, "Though bullying is certainly not a new problem that children face, in recent years it has escalated to a level that children have never before experienced."

Brittany Harris presents How to Have More Patience with Your Kids posted at NannyPro.com, saying, "Patience is hardly a trait people are born with, so when parents are pressed to care for themselves and their children, it should come as no surprise that patience can wear thin."

MITCHELL MORRIS presents 10 Ways Nannies Can Organize a Toddler’s Toys posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, "Part of a nanny’s regular duties include keeping their charge’s rooms, play areas and the family’s common living areas clear of clutter."

Sydney Bell presents 10 iPhone Apps for Editing Photos posted at Longhorn Leads, LLC, saying, "Apple’s iPhone is one of the most popular mobile devices on the market, powerful enough to manage every detail of your personal or professional schedule, boost your productivity and simplify a staggering assortment of daily tasks."

Laura Anderson presents Expert Insights: Matthew Haack President of Domestic Estate Managers Association posted at eNannySource, saying, "When it comes to private services professionals, there is a fairly new organization in town, the Domestic Estate Managers Association."

Carter White presents 20 Old-Fashioned Names That Are Now Popular posted at Babysitting, saying, "Just as fashion seems to be cyclical, so are trends in baby names. Today’s parents are beginning to eschew designer spellings and outlandish names in favor of more solid, traditional names that have classic, cultured connotations."

Alaina Moore presents What Not to Say to Children Who Hear About Tragedies posted at aupair.org, saying, "Learning what not to say to a child who’s just learning to manage their emotions during difficult times is just as important as knowing how to find the right words to say to them, as some comments carelessly tossed into the conversation will have more of a negative impact than things that you choose not to say."

Sharon Moore presents How to Succeed as a Manny posted at Nanny Jobs, saying, "While celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Madonna were raising the visibility of nannies in a largely female-dominated industry, the “man-cession” left men bearing the brunt of job losses during the 2009 financial crisis."

Alaina Brown presents 30 Blogs For and Against Vaccinations posted at Nanny Babysitter, saying, "These 30 bloggers weigh in with evidence and opinions both for and against vaccinations."

That will conclude this January 18 2013 edition.  Please submit your blog article 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. Thank you and God bless!
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