Mom shines light on vets Post-war problems
When Nathan Keyes returned home after his second tour of duty in Iraq, his mother started the fight to get her son back.
Find gifts for mom, sign up for bead classes at Bo Dazzled Jewelry & Gifts
Opened earlier this year, Bo Dazzled Jewelry & Gifts, 5701 Slide Road, has become a creative outlet for many talented locals.
Bring sunshine into mom's life with Velux Sun Tunnels, Skylights
Skylights of West Texas, located at 3221 34th St., is Lubbock’s premier dealer for Velux Roof Windows and Skylights. These outstanding skylights are a part of Skylights of West Texas’ inventory of products for home improvement. Velux skylights open your home to sunlight while offering tremendous energy efficiency.
A mother's wise words
From the moment we're delivered into this world, we have a mom there holding us, feeding us, loving and protecting us until we're old enough to fend for ourselves. (And just for good measure, long after that, too.)
Lewis: The decision to become a mom only the beginning
After trying to come up with something of substance to write about for Mother's Day and failing to do so, I had a thought. The sort you wish you'd of had a week or so before, but also one that doesn't come from stewing over a topic. It just comes.
The Mom-to-Mom Guide to the Baby Years: Reviews, Ratings, and Recommendations from the Trenches by 142 moms from all over the world
Caring for a baby and adjusting to motherhood is no easy feat. As any new mom quickly learns, playgroups and playgrounds are two of the best places to mine informational nuggets on everything from great tips for feeding your baby, to what car seats ranks the safest, and the best ways to lose those post-pregnancy pounds. Thanks to The Mom-to-Mom Guide to the Baby Years, you won't have to work so hard to gather up all that info because these moms -- all 142 of them -- have already done it for you!
Cicero: Mom's 'frog's eggs' probably are Hungarian
Walt of Gouverneur, N.Y., asked for help finding a recipe for what his mother called "frog's eggs," which he described as "thin like a crepe, but egg-colored" with "browned bubbly tops." Cook's Corner readers love trying to figure out quirky requests, and two sleuths, hundreds of miles apart, came up with the same idea.