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Parents Blog Roundup

Friday, March 25th, 2011

From Daily Dose of Dahl: Thankful Tuesday

This blogger has a great list of all the things she’s thankful for.  What are you thankful for?

“Freshly brewed, unsweetened iced tea
Good morning snuggles from my munchkins.
Ice makers”

From Confessions of a Vi3tbabe: 2nd Time Around- A Birth Strong

I’m fascinated with birthing stories mainly because I like to know what’s in store for me in the future. The hours I watch of A Baby Story only better prepare me for the experience.

“Now the pain really got outta hand. It was about 5:00 am and I had to suffer through dreadful contractions and the constant urge to push for a few hours, with the nurses periodically checking up on me and seeing if I was ready.”

From Cece & Me: 10 Ways Cece Has Made Me a Better Person

Having a baby changes everything and many people say that it changes their outlook the most. Read about the ways baby Cece has made this mom a better person.

“3) I am past the superficial. Let’s face it – a postpartum body is not the most beautiful thing in the world. Normally, I would have never left the house looking that way, but now with Cece it isn’t about how I look, it is about her getting out, seeing the world and learning, so I have to get past all the superficial things, suck it up, and do it. She doesn’t care what I look like.”

From From Haircolor to Stilettos: New sheer pink blouse

Anh is a fashionable mommy and wife who isn’t afraid to share her outfits with the blogsphere. If only I could be this chic every day.

From Mommy Boots: Fighting in Front of the Kids: Never, or Sometimes Needed?

Is it better to never fight in front of your kids or let them see some healthy disagreement? This blogger contemplates the best atmosphere for her young children to grow up.

“I got to thinking about the different ways Josh and I were raised, and started wondering: what is the right way to go about handling things when you and your spouse/partner disagree and have children? Is it better to present a united front – a team – in front of your kids and save even a small argument for when you are alone, or is showing a little bit of disagreement every now and again okay…. And even healthy?”

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