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Linda Smith

Joined 3 years ago from USA. Last activity 4 days ago.

Hello! My name is Linda Smith. My photo is my fiance, Michael, who passed away 4-30-2010, after being bedridden, on life support and paralyzed since 2007. Doctors changed our lives forever in 2007.

I know the battles, I know the war that the disabled and their loved ones fight, including loved ones who are the caregivers. I took care of Michael at home for over 2 years, until his death.

I am a freelance writer, an affiliate marketer. 

My Website: http://infantstotoddlers.com

I also have a variety of interests. You can find more articles at


I am also a mother and an advocate for the rights of adoptees, and an advocate against the big business of adoption whether it be private, through a private agency, or through the state system.  I hope to eductate the public so that they understand that adoption is not the answer to a temporary problem, that it harms both mother and child, a harm that is lifelong. The adoption industry is a multi-billion dollar industry that feeds offf of poor, single mothers who need help, not to be coerced  in any way to give up their child. 





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    Bubblews-The Truth About Bubblews

    5 months ago

    Bubblews is a blogging/social network site that has created a lot of controversy. It is time for the truth about Bubblews to come out.

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    Cute Collectible Cookie Jars

    10 months ago

    Many of us go to yard sales and run across things, from our childhood, that we remember or think of old and having value such as cookie jars. It is fun to find out what the old cookie jars are worth.

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    Cordless Can Openers-Black & Decker Gizmo Can Opener Review

    5 months ago

    Cordless can openers such as the Black and Deckor Gizmo are priceless, especially to those with hand mobility issues and if you are simply tired of cans not fitting your existing electric can opener.

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    Best Gift Ideas For Tween Girls

    4 months ago

    Ideas for gifts for tween girls can be difficult at times, but if you understand the world of tweens, you will see that the gift choices are endless.

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    High Chair Reviews-Best High Chairs According To Consumer Reports

    7 weeks ago

    Finding the best high chairs 2013 can be overwhelming. Here are the highest rated high chairs 2013 according to consumer reports

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    Gifts For Nursing Moms

    7 weeks ago

    Nursing moms often get tired, as disabled moms may have challenges when nursing their baby. Here are some great gifts for all nursing moms that will make nursing more comfortable and private when out.

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    Best Chew Toys

    4 months ago

    Toys often will keep your puppy busy, and teach him what he can chew on and play with. When selecting the best chew toys for puppies, you need to be as careful in your selection, as you would be in choosing toys for a...

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    How To Choose A Birdhouse

    4 months ago

    Those who love to attract wild birds and want to add a birdhouse to their outdoor decor need to know how to choose a birdhouse that is safe, as well as proper for the local birds.

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    Is It Cheaper To Live In A Small Town?

    14 months ago

    “Is it cheaper to live in a small town?” No matter where we live, there are pros and cons. Living in a small town is a way to get away from high crime rates. The drug problem seems to be everywhere, but it...

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    Adoption Search-How To Find Your Real Family

    17 months ago

    Although adoptive parents and the adoption industry, and even our state legislatures do everything possible to stop reunification. Adoptees have a longing to find their real mom, real dad, real siblings, real family....

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    Adoption-The Truth About Adoption

    4 months ago

    The history of adoption dates back to the Romans and even before then, as far back as the Greeks. Although terminology has changed, history does repeat itself in modern day adoptions. Children are used, in a billion...

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    Basic Human Rights Denied To Adoptees

    7 weeks ago

    Adoptees, more often than not are affected negatively through a billion dollar industry called adoption. The system does not provide them with any say in their life. They system also denies the adoptee the basic rights...

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    How To Create More Space with Small Bathrooms

    2 months ago

    Home remodeling can be expensive. However, the bathroom is one way to save money, and create extra storage space without breaking the family budget.

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    Reality of Joining Marines

    10 days ago

    There are those who fantasize about being in the military. Some enlist due to the economy, and others enlist to run away from life's problems that they are not willing to deal with. This article is meant to enlighten...

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