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I would like to introduce the newest member of the Rosado Family =)

The foam retracts above the legible symphony.

I have decided I need a new look. I've let my hair grow out for two years now and I need some style now. So I can't decide. I know I want some bangs but i'm not sure which style to go with.... Any Suggestions??? Please!!!

So I love me some potatoes! Especially MASHED POTATOES! Yummers! So I thought I'd post this great recipe I found on Woman's

Mashed Potatoes and More Recipe


    • 8 oz carrots, peeled and thinly sliced (about 1 1/2 cups)
    • 1 1/2 lb Yukon Gold or all-purposepotatoes, peeled and cut in 2-in. chunks
    • 1 small rutabaga (1 lb), peeled and cut in 1-in. chunks
    • 1 small celery root (12 oz), peeled and cut in 1 1/2-in. chunks, or 3 medium parsnips, peeled and cut in 1-in. chunks
    • 1/4 cup milk
    • 3 Tbsp butter or margarine
    • 1 tsp salt
    • Freshly ground pepper to taste
    • Garnish: chopped chives


    1. Bring 6 cups water to boil in a 4-qt pot. Add carrots; cook 5 minutes or until barely tender. Add potatoes, rutabaga and celery root; cook 20 minutes or until all vegetables are tender. Drain and return to pot.2. Mash with potato masher or beat with mixer, adding milk, butter, salt and pepper. Spoon into serving bowl; sprinkle with chives.

Hope you like it! I can smell them already!!!! YUM!!!! I'm hungry---gotta

I just wanted to repost an article I read that I thought would be very very important for all us mommies to read!!! I almost cried reading this because my kids' grandma has diabetes and takes a lot of these medications......please please read!!!

7 Drugs That Can Kill Kids in a Single Pill
Jennifer Brandt Herschko

Even more worrisome is the fact that, after taking some of these pills, a child can appear perfectly fine until it is too late.

-Recognize the high risk of accidental ingestions and be prepared to act.
-Call 911 immediately, experts say, or call the Poison Control Center at 1-800-222-1222.
-Parents should also be prepared to take their child to the hospital immediately, and they should bring the bottle of whatever the child took in the ambulance and to the ER.
-Note: New guidelines from the American Association of Pediatrics urge against the use of Ipecac or any other mechanism to induce vomiting.

Here are the 7 Pills that pose life threatening risks to youngsters:


Category: Calcium channel blockers
Scientific names: Diltiazem, Verapamil, Amlodipine, Nifedipine
Brand names: Cardizem, Cartia, Norvasc
Indications: High blood pressure (hypertension), angina, atrial fibrillation
Symptoms in children: Dangerously low blood pressure and heart rate, seizures


Category: Camphor-containing rubs
Scientific name: Camphor
Brand names: Vicks VapoRub, Ben-Gay, Tiger Balm, Save the Baby
Indications: Relieves muscle aches, itching, coughing, and fever blisters
Symptoms in children: Rapid development of seizures, delirium, coma, and death

Category: Narcotic pain medications
Scientific names: Oxycodone, hydrocodone, methadone
Brand names: Oxycontin, Percocet, Vicodin and others
Indications: Alleviates pain
Symptoms in children: Sleepiness, which proceeds to lethargy. Can eventually stop breathing, which leads to death

Category: Salicylates
Scientific names: Acetylsalicylic acid, methyl salicylate
Brand names: Bayer, Ecotrin and others
Indications: Alleviates muscle pain, prevents heart attacks, Oil of Wintergreen used for flavoring
Symptoms in children: Nausea, vomiting, agitation, seizures, lethargy, coma and death

Category: Antidepressants
Scientific names: Amitriptyline, imipramine, buproprion
Brand names: Elavil, Tofranil, Wellbutrin, Zyban
Indications: Treats depression, chronic pain and migraines, smoking cessation
Symptoms in children: Seizures, unresponsiveness and heart arrhythmias


Category: Topical Eye Drops, Nasal Sprays, and Blood Pressure Patches
Scientific names: Clonidine, oxymetazoline
Brand name: Afrin, Clear Eyes, Clonidine patch
Uses: Eye redness/itchiness, nasal congestion, glaucoma
Symptoms in children: Lethargy, low blood pressure, coma

Category: Diabetes Medications
Scientific Name: Sulfonylureas
Brand name: Glyburide, Glipizide
Uses: Diabetes management (non-insulin dependent, or Type 2)
Symptoms in children: Dangerously low blood sugar, coma, seizures......

Hey All u mamas out there..I've been looking for some online curriculum or online preschool. My son is really loving the computer and I tried out the but it doesn't seem to keep
his attention all too well. It has lots of in between time...loading and all. If any of you have had any success with some online preschool please please let me know! =D Thanks!

Too funny is that this is how the noodles landed after I drained them out...I had to take a picture!