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I’m keeping this column short this week for two reasons. One is the impending hurricane coming up the Atlantic ocean. I’ve been preparing for hurricane Irene, here, in New Jersey, USA, by stocking up on necessities and securing everything outside my house with my husband. I hope everyone affected by this storm will be safe!
So, tune in tomorrow for the Travel Itinerary to see where we’re taking you this week!
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Our week in review:
On Monday we started off the week with The Third Eye Mom, Nicole Melancon, who shared her internal struggle with seeing her son off to the first grade. Many of us could relate!
We were in tears on Tuesday with Jennifer D’Ambrosio who told us about how she lost her mother to cancer and how she regretted not having children sooner to meet her mom. Just the picture alone will have you feeling Jen’s emotions. What a moving story!
Wednesday, Susie Newday in Israel told us what it was like to carry a baby and know it would be a soldier if it was a boy. (She secretly admitted that at the time, she was hoping for a girl!) But, now she tell us about coming to terms with having a son in the Army and another son who will go in after him. It was interesting to see life through her eyes!
Dr. Jeanelle Lanham has made that trip that she told us all about — you know, the one where she came to New York City for her son to attend his dream acting school? She told us about her fears, and how she is overcoming them to make this happen!
And when is the right time to stop undressing in front of your children? Or, should you stop? World Moms chimed in on this private topic in this week’s Friday Question!
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