November 29, 2011
Digital Parents Blog Carnival is HERE
I am so excited to be hosting this months Digital Parents Blog Carnival!
This is a much sought after role and every month from now well into 2013 is already spoken for.
THIS is the gig everyone wants to be a part of.
Digital Parents brings together some amazing bloggers, some of whom I share with you here.
I love the welcoming sense of community Digital Parents has to offer, I really feel at home....
So sit back, relax, and think of my html stress (I'm only kidding, I looooove html code) and read some fabulous stories ♥
Don't forget to send some comment love their way too!
Kristyn from MummyK
Best of both worlds - My action plan on teaching my child the richness of both cultures of her parents. It is difficult but essential in teaching her the history of her own heritage.
Denyse from Denyse Whelan.Education Specialist.
Gifts for the Teachers - Denyse Whelan is an Education Specialist who shares her knowledge and experience of 40 years as a teacher & school principal.
She knows that at this time of year, there are "buy me for your teacher" signs at gift shops and department stores. Denyse also asked some parents & teachers what they would like, and what they give teachers. Here's her ideas, and those of others. Feel free to join in!!
Alli from Motivating Mum
Get off the computer and into the world - A little blog post on the joys of getting that face to face action.
Georgia from Parental Parody
An open letter to my nearest and dearest re: my birthday - It's almost time for my annual 25th birthday. After years of receiving losing scratchies and ill fitting clothing of questionable fashion, I'm taking a stand against crap birthday giftage.
Kristie from Hespera's Garden
Today is October 15 - October 15th. International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. This is the post I wrote, remembering my son Avery who died July 15 2011.
Jade from Jadeluxe
A Domestic Helper's Life - Heartfelt reflections of a Hong Kong housemaid on her experiences - and the lessons she's learnt.
Kel from Anything, Everything & Inbetween
You'd better not pout, I'm telling you why...Obama is coming to town! - Forget Noonamah - Where the hell is Darwin? A personalised guide to the Northern Territory for President Obama, November 2011. The man should be warned...
Marissa from Beautifully Organised
Keep your house tidy easily with 3 simple rules - 3 steps to get your house clean and clutter free easily.
Mandy from A Little Space Like Home
Perfectly Imperfect – Motherhood - Motherhood, undoubtedly our toughest job, but whose rating your performance? Would you pass? At what point do you say, I’m doing OK!
Janelle from Me and Mia
Daydream Believer - What are your goals, short or long-term? Do you go after your dreams? How often do you find yourself crossing them off your to-do list? Here are a few of mine, including one I'm about to step out and achieve!
Days like this... by Lisa Jay
Fingerprints on my lens - Documenting fragments of my days with my children & realising that the ordinary is beautiful.
Jodie from Muddled Up Mumma
I admit I Was a Bully at School - Bullying is a complex issue and Muddled Up Mumma is putting her hand up to say she’s not in denial, is admitting to it and realises the effect she’s had on someone else’s life.
Kellie from The Good, The Bad and The Unnecessary
Copy Paste is Copy Waste - Some great advice here
Crissy from Phenomenal Woman
Mmm It's Friday, Friday, woo! - THIS weekend, is particularly special as I am celebrating. I am celebrating a date for my mother's arrival from Italy!! I cannot believe it. I have waited my whole life to be reunited with my mother and it's finally time. 6th December! I am so excited I could almost pee myself!! This could not have come at a better time.
Sarah from That Space in Between
The slap...it got me thinking - Those strange memories from childhood about what sort of a parent you might be (or might not be).
Deb from Home Life Simplified
Letting Go of Perfectionism - I am a recovering perfectionist and share my views on letting go of perfectionism. It seems many others share my issues as this post was shared more than 50 times! There must be a lot of us struggling with this.
Becky from Becky and James
Epiphany. Thanks to I Heart My Body 2011 - How the 'I Heart My Body 2011' movement turned on a light bulb and gave me an aha moment.
Kirsty from Mummy To Five
Things I know,Cheeky Christmas pranks you can play on your kids! - With Christmas approaching, I’m sharing with you some of the funny pranks you can play on your kids to make Christmas more fun!
Dorothy from Singular Insanity
The Squishy and other celebrity encounters at Problogger - The people I met at the Problogger Training Event
Alyce from Blossom Heart
Bullying - No Way! My Story - Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will cut me to the core and remain stuck like thorns for year. With children of fellow mummy bloggers being bullied weekly, and the bullying I have heard of within the bloggosphere, it's time to speak out against this crap and for those bullying to grow up.
Debbie from Aspiring Mum
Am I Good Enough? - My self-doubt comes into play when I receive an email entitled, "Are you good enough?"
Bronnie from Maid in Australia
Random Acts of Kindness - A random act of kindness makes a maid's day.
Melissa from The Things I'd Tell You
I Dedicate my 1000th post for Charlotte Olivia - A lovely way to celebrate a blogging milestone
Kate from Puddles and Gumboots
Is Life a Juggling Act? - A great question to ask
Michelle from Farmers Wifey
Remembering - Something that is very close to my heart ♥