Reads From Around the Web

by Ginger on May 6, 2012

in Blogging & Social Media

This weekend has been pretty nice, despite a sick kiddo. N.C. had an amazing week of art stuff, we got some extra money in, AND a neighbor offered to babysit for us. You can BET we took her up on that one! And tonight is Game of Thrones and Mad Men, so there’s still good things to come.

What better way to extend a good time than by sharing some good links, eh? So let’s do it.

Over at Miss Britt, take a look at the 7 Habits of Happy People. I have to admit, I do some of these, and not others, but it’s a great reminder of things we can do to make ourselves happy.

Over at What She Said, A Parent’s Prayer for Potty Training in the Digital Age speaks of all the things I try and remember as my kid has been potty training. That I may never end up on STFUParents, Amen.

Over at DadCentric, BetaDad gives us Parenting Is Not a Job. Work yes. A job, no. (And that’s a good thing.)

Over at Native Born, Rooted. As someone who both loves books and has a family that maintains a wonderful history of who came before us, I really enjoyed this particular post. I may not remember everyone on the (many and varied) branches of my family tree, but I love knowing what family history I do, and I love knowing that there’s more there to absorb.

And finally, if you find politics ridiculous at times, you have to go watch this video, as it’s the funniest thing I’ve seen on the news in a LONG LONG time.

Have a great Sunday folks–enjoy!

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Kristin @ What She Said May 7, 2012 at 6:06 am

Preach! I love your addendum to my prayer. And bless you for including me in this week’s roundup. Amen.

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Christa the BabbyMama May 7, 2012 at 6:47 am

Thanks for the great links this week!

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Faiqa May 7, 2012 at 10:47 am

Hey, wow! Thanks for including me in such great company.

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Hope May 15, 2012 at 3:27 am

One of my goals with our kids is for the internet to never know anything about their potty training. Unlike most parental goals, this one should be *fairly* easy to stick to.

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