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The Best Parenting Advice Kathy Buckworth Ever Received...

Kathy Buckworth is a Mississauga, Ontario humourist, author, blogger and (extremely busy) mother of four children: Nicholas, 7, Bridget, 10, Alexander, 16 and Victoria, 18. She has penned four books about the joys and annoyances of parenting, includi...

When Is It OK To Lie To Your Kids?

Is lying to your children ever acceptable? Or should you always tell them the truth? Image: Amazon.com
Over at MomLogic, psychologist Dr. Cara Gardenswartz tells us about some of the lies that parents tell their kids. She suggests that these lies...

Hand tattoos, Where's Waldo, and Kate Gosselin - Links we love

Too busy for pen and paper? Try the To-Do Tattoo -- AlphaMom Where's Waldo on the banned book list? Find out why. -- Babble Marissa Jaret Winokur talks about her miracle baby. -- Celebrity Baby Blog Kate Gosselin feeds a family of 10 ... hea...

Outsourcing recess, talking like pirates, and Amy Pohler crying - Links we love

Arrrrr! Yesterday was 'Talk Like a Pirate Day.' Alpha Mom has decor and accessories for celebrating. -- AlphaMom Amy Poehler can't stop crying. Find out why. -- Babble Looking for a unique baby shower gift? How about a donation to Newborns in ...

What do you want to see on ParentDish?

Blogging about parenting is hard work. Actually, it's not all hard work, it's also fun and cathartic and a bridge to a community of intelligent, like-minded (and opposing!) parents. I've been blogging here for...wow, close to two years now -- and I ...

Dreaming about blog parents

I am not sure whether it's because I don't get out much these days, or because a vast component of my day job revolves around blogs, blogging, and bloggers - but at least once a week, I dream about a blogger. I'm a Mom, so I guess it's natural that 8...

Sleepover post for Friday March 30

As I mentioned earlier this week, I was in New York City last week for the BlogHer Business Conference. I had mixed emotions: guilt for leaving my toddler, determination to focus on my job, and secret elation at the prospect of visiting a new, exciti...

Blogging Baby Sleepover for Friday October 13

One of my favourite things about blogging is the way it shrinks the world. Here at Blogging Baby we have writers from France, Trinidad & Tobago, Canada, and West, East, and Middle America. I love it. I've admitted it before, though, I have a soft...

Blogging Baby sleepover for Friday June 16

One of the tasks of my weekly blog round up is trawling the web to find new parenting blog gems.  I enjoy this job enormously, but it's difficult because there are so many amazing stories out there, and I am just beginning to realize there are w...

Value of 'Mommy Blogs' from non-mom

There's often a ridiculous amount of ire in the blogosphere toward mothers who blog. At Blogher last year, at the end of a long day of snickered comments about the [eyeroll] Mommy Blogs, someone pointed out that we shouldn't just write 'Mommy Blogs' ...

Blogging Baby Sleepover, Friday, February 3, 2006

This week, I stumbled across some especially delightful new (to me) blogs. May I present: In the style of Sweet Juniper, Charlie and Nina is a blog written by both parents about their adventures parenting their newborn son, Caius. In a recent entry N...

Blogging Baby Sleepover: Monday January 2nd

Welcome to 2006! I was excited to talk about the New Year and where I've been over the last year, but it seems most of my reads around the internet are avoiding the discussion. Flea at One Good Thing has lost her internet connection for a few da...

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