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Name necklaces are quickly becoming the most popular among the many personalized gifts we now have in our times. There are, of course, several reasons why this is the case. Perhaps first of all the many reasons, the necklaces are more visible for other people so the person who receives the gift will surely wear it and love it more than other pieces of jewelry. If the necklace has been personalized, it would then be more special for the recipient and she will be doubly proud and happy for it. On the other hand, these personalized necklaces are more affordable for the giver as well. There are many types of mommy necklaces to choose from and there are indeed a lot of trendy styles that sure look classy but are surprisingly very affordable too.  

Personalized jewelries really go a long, long way as some of them have been passed from generation to generation. In our times, there are really some families that are keeping special jewelries that may have been passed to them by their parents and/or relatives. You can never really go wrong when you go for customized mommy necklaces.

A gold and silver charm necklace, for example, can be the perfect gift for your mother. This is great because the genuine 18k gold front can be customized with her name. The charm's backside, on the other hand, is a .925 sterling silver where you can also request for an important date to be indicated there as well. Dates, however, are inscribed in numbers and dots and not letters and dashes. If you want something else to be engraved there instead of a name or a date, that isn't a problem as long as it is a maximum of 9 letters. Short messages will also do just in case that's what you have in mind. These charms are wafer-thin, giving it a really elegant look that's why this could really be the ideal present for someone as special as your mother.

Another option among the list of personalized necklaces can also be the all gold charm necklace. While it slightly looks similar to the gold and silver charm, this one is available in 14k gold. However, the difference is that this one hangs on a golden chain. As an addition, a small Swarovski crystal birthstone is also included, connecting the charm to the gold chain of the necklace.  

Your mother will surely be happy to get something that has been getting a lot of positive feedback from a lot of people. For example, these beautiful necklaces have received a lot of media attention from US Weekly, People StyleWatch and many other magazines and even websites and blogs.

Want to order these mommy necklaces right away? Worrying that you are not from the United States and you think you will only have a hard time trying to find these at the local stores? Well, brush all those concerns away and simply go online so you could purchase these attractive gifts immediately.

Catherine Jacobsen is a mother of three and is passionate about gifts for young families. She recommends visiting Blissliving.com for personalized necklaces, which has a large selection of unique mommy necklaces.

Josi Denise received backlash after she quit her blog, "The American Mama," in a scathing final post about mommy blogging culture.
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Have you ever had one of those days, when everything seemed to be raining down on you? The real question should be how many days have you had like that? You need a break and you need it right now! I know there have been times when someone could step in and say to the children, "Mommy just needs a break right now. Come back in half an hour and mommy will be better." Have you ever wished for a mommy clone or at the very least to be Mrs. Incredible with her super mommy powers to reach and stretch perfectly in any situation. It can be tough trying to multi-task while raising a family.

Have you ever had chaos ensue during the time of day that you are the most fatigued or frazzled and then for the icing on the cake your son asks a seemingly innocent question like, "Mom, when is dinner (lunch, breakfast, etc.), I'm starved?"  Many moms with young children experience a condition called "leg warmers" (slang for toddlers with Mommitis) from time to time. Mommy messages would be just what they need. Instead of being tempted to yell or scream you could have the "Mommy Messages" take over.

What about when your toddler decides to explore your scissor stash and cut the baby's hair, the garland from your Christmas tree, decorative tassels on your lamp, and anything else that can be cut? What is a harried, exasperated mom to do? We can only dream of an invention that might give us a time out for a moment or two to regroup or even just escape. No remote control could pause the day no matter hard we wish. Some days I wish I had a pre-programmed "Mommy Time Out" machine. I would call it "Mommy Messages." 

What are Mommy Messages and what would it do, you ask?  When you are at the split second before a melt-down, the Mommy Messages would turn on and give you a quick time out without ignoring the persons involved. A Mommy message might say, "Mommy is not here right now. She is busy and cannot come to your service. Please leave a message at the beep or play quietly until she returns." Following the message some relaxing music would begin playing to calm all who are present. Maybe a little curtain could drop down giving mommy the chance to make a break from the situation. When you are calm enough to come back to reality, no words were spoken which you wished you hadn't said, no breakdowns happen on your part, and you are ready to go about being the one in charge of the situation. It would cut down on much tension during stressful times of the day.

As much as I wish there were Mommy Messages they haven't been invented yet. In the meantime, we simply have to function during each situation and hope for the best.  The next time you're in a tense and stressful situation in your home remember that you are not alone and we all wish we could take a time out too.  We can always take that time out and find a quiet place for a quick prayer for help. Our Heavenly Father would like to help us at these times. I have learned through my own experiences that asking for help through prayer and faith help will come whether it is some relief or inspiration.

....And this is the end of these messages!

Shiloah Baker is a mother of seven children and homemaker who resides in North Carolina. She is the owner of Homemaking Cottage & Co., a website which offers homemaking related articles, books, eBooks, ideas, other homemaking related materials and a subscription service. For more information go to: http://www.homemaking-cottage.com or her blog at http://homemaking-cottage-blog.com to learn how she raises seven children and runs a business at home.

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Romi Brenner is back from the front lines of working motherhood with more gems such as how not to go to a video conference, why two months' notice is required before hosting a play date, how to decimate a glowing reputation with your company in one business trip, and why you shouldn't take tired children out to a restaurant. Even if it means you have to go home and make them cat food for dinner. Or bark chips.

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While many may dismiss mom blogs as another form of gossip and talking about spit-up, the reality is that mom blogs have a great deal of influence particularly in the consumer market place. A good example of this is the controversial Motrin commercial. On a Friday in November 2008, Motrin launched an online video ad meant to sympathize with moms who carry their babies in packs or slings as opposed to pushing them in a stroller. However the video suggested that moms who carry their babies in packs do so to look like an "official mom" and that the pain of carrying a baby in a pack makes moms look "tired and crazy". Within hours of the video going online, it was one of the most popular topics on Twitter, but not because women felt like Motrin understood their pain, but because they were offended.

At the time Motrin wasn't completely connected to the blogsphere, so it didn't respond to the uproar until the following Monday when it removed the video (although you can still watch it on YouTube) and issued an apology. Peter Shankmen, a media and PR guru posted on his blog, "The problem is, Motrin happened to mess up at the expense, and in the face of, one of the most vocal, quickest-to-blog, "strongest-to-band-together-and-form-one-opinion-like-the-Borg" collectives out there -- The Mommy-Blogging community."

Although Peter's quote makes moms sound a little nutty too, it is true that moms band together. They've done it for centuries. Blogging has simply allowed moms to reach each other more easily and wield a greater influence.

With Power Comes Responsibility

Over the last few years, companies have realized and embraced the power of mothers. Before the Internet, the Motrin incident would have still occurred, just on a smaller scale. One mom would tell another mom about how offended she was by the ad during a play date. Over the course of the week, a small group of moms may have boycotted Motrin, but Motrin wouldn't have known or felt the effect. Today moms have access not just to their neighbors, but to millions of moms all over the world. Now when a company messes up and one mom complains, it's online for the world to see and to respond to.

Companies realized they could use this power for good. If mommies could complain and cause a major PR fiasco, what could they do if they liked a product? Companies started sending these mommies everything from diapers to all-expense-paid resort vacations. Moms blogged about these new gifts and as predicted, readers responded. But when it was discovered that these moms had received free items or even compensation for their blog posts, the readers felt betrayed and responded with anger. In effect, readers did to mommy blogs what mommy blogs did to Motrin.

When you embark on a career as a mom blogger, your readers will develop a relationship with you. You must respect that relationship by working to provide the best content and referrals, and be honest about any freebies or monetary reimbursement you receive through reviews or recommendations you make on your blog. Not only is it required by the FTC, but is necessary to maintain the integrity of the relationship with your readers.

Leslie Truex is the author of The Work-At-Home Success Bible and owner of Mommy Blogging Success, a free resources with tips and advice on turning your rants, raves and reviews into revenue through blogging. Visit Mommy Blogging Success to learn more.

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