Kim ShannonEditor

Kim Shannon

Kimberly Shannon is a wife, a mother, an editor, a writer ... She is always working to find the perfect balance¹! After Kimberly received her bachelor’s degree in Journalism, she worked on two master’s degree programs (Creative Writing, and Marriage and Family Therapy). At various times in her life she has signed up to study Naturopathy, only to back out at the last minute, and humored the idea of returning full-time to the world of dance. Kimberly has also started 10 different children’s books, each containing about 4-6 chapters before the project was abandoned². Kimberly gave birth to her beautiful daughter, Hannah, in the midst of all her aspirations (also known as June 2007). It wasn’t long before she realized that Hannah was a mini-version of herself, and the greatest adventure began (also known as Karma³). “You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” - Mae West ¹ Has not found perfect balance yet. ² Is currently working on 11th. ³ Sorry Majah.


Deep within our feminine souls, there is a powerful capacity for trickery. We are masters of deception! We can fake headaches, orgasms, hair color, personality, and pregnancies. And more often than not, this deceptiveness goes unrealized by those it’s directly affecting … with one exception: Pregnancy! Unless you’re scheming to kidnap a newborn baby on [&hellip
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Newborn babies do amazing things, every day; and parents have enjoyed their bragging rights and have shared their little ones’ triumphs for many years. However, it seems that new mom Onyi Chiedozie’s recent declaration has not only taken the lead for being extraordinary, it has halted others, forcing them into wondering if their babies are [&hellip
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Many parents stretch beyond the norm to provide their children with unique, personal monikers. Some parents do this by using atypical spelling, while others devise names that are imaginative and, up to that time, undiscovered. Fun Fact: Sophia and Noah were the top baby names for 2013! Every now and then, I’ll hear a newfangled baby [&hellip
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  WARNING: If you drop the F-bomb in front of your children, you may get arrested! While Danielle Wolf was shopping for groceries at Kroger, some persistent bread squeezing got the best of her nerves, and she said a choice word. And though these first-class words were only bellowed in an attempt to stop the food [&hellip
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Did Walmart make a nonsensical move when it recently allowed an employee to withhold baby photos from a mother in central Newfoundland, declaring the photos “inappropriate”? When it comes to capturing those treasured moments, are there definite rules that all parents must follow? Walmart’s decision has sparked some serious hullabaloo across the nation, and parents [&hellip
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Maybe you looked no further than your family tree for baby’s name, or perhaps it came to you in a dream. Like it or not, if selecting baby’s name was an easy feat, you are a special, unique individual. Because most of us parents spend months debating the perfect name for our little ones. Abigail, Cadence, [&hellip
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These days, more and more parents are electing to refuse vaccinations. Some say, “They don’t seem natural.” Others fear exposure of unnecessary toxins and developmental risks. But parents who opt out of those essential newborn shots, like the Vitamin K injection, may find themselves dealing with some serious consequences. Without the Vitamin K injection, infants [&hellip
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Can you imagine living a life where pregnancy is inevitable, no matter what precautions are taken? Elizabeth can. While tracking her ovulation and refraining from sexual intercourse during prime days, Elizabeth got pregnant with child #1. Afterwards, she didn’t do anything to prevent pregnancy, and she got pregnant with child #2. These accounts don’t seem [&hellip
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Do a pregnant mother’s basic rights and wishes about her body and unborn child have restrictions? tri∙al of la∙bor noun: the attempt to have a vaginal birth after cesarean delivery Apparently they do. Jennifer Goodall wanted to attempt a vaginal birth, even though she’d previously had three cesareans. And why shouldn’t she? Many mothers desire [&hellip
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Researchers are saying you’re more likely to divorce your spouse if you have a daughter first, versus a son. I’m thinking this has to be bunk information. Couples who frequently argue are more likely to have a firstborn daughter, rather than a son! … But I have one child, a daughter. And two years after [&hellip
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