Your toughest gift to buy this year – Father and Father-In-Law…12 Days of Shopping, Day 4

Personally, I think men are really hard to buy for and by the amount of visits this post got last year, I am not alone. My default gifts – scarves, gloves, or a nice sweater – just don’t work if your recipient lives in Florida most of the year. So I have to get creative. Luckily I had a brainstorm session with Pragmatic Mom! What did we come up with? Well, there is the ever-popular sports themed gifts. Golf, Tennis, any sport that your father or father-in-law might love. If they like the same sport, and you can get away with it, give them the same gift. Guys don’t usually talk about this stuff, so you are pretty safe that they won’t compare – can’t say the mother/mother-in-law won’t talk about it… . . . → Read More: Your toughest gift to buy this year – Father and Father-In-Law…12 Days of Shopping, Day 4

My Secret Math Brain

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It is true, I have one. Despite years of vowing that I hated math and couldn’t do it, I do have a math brain that I find I can access at will. During my children’s early – read formative – years (which are now long since past or so I told myself so I could go back to not being good at math), I pretended . . . → Read More: My Secret Math Brain

NY Times and Huffington Post Mommy Blog Articles

Yesterday this article was in the New York Times about Mommy blogs. Great title: Honey, Don’t Bother Mommy. I’m Too Busy Building My Brand.  http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/14/fashion/14moms.html?emc=eta1 

It was followed by this article in The Huffington Post – Night is Day and Day is Night: Parenting Bloggers and the Media by Ellen Galinsky

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ellen-galinsky/night-is-day-and-day-is-n_b_498484.html?ref=email_share 

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