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  • By: Jamika Russell
    Families All Around Us!
  • My family!
    It is not flesh and blood but the heart which makes us fathers and sons.  ~Johann Schiller
  • The Good ol’ Jacksons
    I don't care how poor a man is; if he has family, he's rich.  ~Dan Wilcox and Thad
  • Be the best you can be
    The thing about family disasters is that you never have to wait long before the next one puts the previous one into perspective.  ~Robert Brault,
    The Cosby’s!!
  • The Family Of The White House
    The Family of the White House shows us that we can do what ever we want to do no matter what life puts in our way
    When you look at your life, the greatest happinesses are family happinesses.  ~Joyce Brothers
  • Love is all around us where ever we go!
    Blood's thicker than water, and when one's in troubleBest to seek out a relative's open arms.
    Family is important to have, people to hold on to , people to be with when you need them!
    Call it a clan, call it a network, call it a tribe, call it a family.  Whatever you call it, whoever you are, you need one.  ~Jane Howard
  • Families.. WOW you need them
    1-Parent Families Rise Around WorldUpdated: Tue, Nov 20 4:34 PM ESTBy GENARO C. ARMAS, Associated Press Writer
    WASHINGTON (AP) - It's not just an American phenomenon: Across the globe, single-parent homes are on the rise.
    The number of one-parent families increased from England to Australia during the 1990s, mirroring demographic shifts reported in the U.S. census.
    And just as was the case in America, those shifts are raising questions about how much help government should provide single-parent families, which often are less well-off financially than families headed by a married couple.
    Should single parents get tax breaks to help pay for child care? Should employers be monitored to make sure flexible work hours are offered?
    Annie Oliver, a 32-year-old single mother from Bristol, England, thinks so.
    "You wouldn't believe how becoming a single parent suddenly made me a second-class citizen," said Oliver, who struggles to keep a full-time job and care for her disabled son.
    British policy-makers, she says, are doing little to help, despite statistics that show the number of single-parent homes in Great Britain increasing during the past decade.
    Around the world, most children younger than 18 still are raised in homes headed by married parents. In the United States, the 2000 census showed that 24.8 million, or nearly 24 percent of the nation's 105.5 million households, were the traditional "Ozzie and Harriet" home with married parents and children.
    By comparison, 9.8 million households, or 9 percent of all U.S. households, were headed by a man or woman raising a child alone or without a spouse living at home.
    In the 1990 census, 26 percent of homes were headed by a married mother and father, and 8 percent by a single parent.
    Similar increases in single-parent homes occurred in other countries, though data from those countries are not directly comparable to U.S. census figures because of differences in methodology.
    In the United Kingdom, lone-parent family homes increased from 3.3 percent of all households in 1990 to 5.5 percent in 1999, according to data compiled by the Paris-based Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development. It
  • Family always by your side
  • Family and friends
  • Be with each other
  • Love one another!
  • Bring in a new life!
  • Travel with each other
  • Laugh with each other
  • Just be a family.. Blood is always thicker than water!