Biz e-Friday Countdown 12.03.10

After a holiday hiatus, The Biz e-Friday Countdown is back! In case you forgot, The Biz e-Friday Countdown summarizes the most interesting parenting blogs of the week.  Why?  Because we know you are busy!

Here’s what you missed this week:

5. Flinsippy

All you Flinsippy fans will soon have the pleasure of enjoying Alice Bradley’s new book “Let’s Panic About Babies!”  Pre-orders are possible now.

Read the full blog

 4. MomDot

This month you see holiday giveaways galore but this iPad giveaway by MomDot is worth mentioning.  Even better, you still have a chance to win it! Share your best success story or career tip and the sponsor,, may just pick yours. Contest ends December 16, 2010.

Read the full blog

3. Dadstreet

DadStreet shares a laugh and an important message about raising children in a dual-religion household – don’t kill Mickey Mouse on Hanukkah. (No really, the message is “family makes a holiday.”) Go ahead and read it yourself.

Read the full blog

2. The Red Neck Mommy

The Red Neck Mommy shares her obsession and her treasures thanks to Etsy.

Read the full blog

1.Stroller Derby

This week’s #1 blog post addresses racism in children.  This is not something they are born with.  They learn to be this way.  Meet Andrew: The Most Racist Kid in America.

Read the full blog

I hope you found this week’s Biz e-Friday Countdown helpful. If you like it, subscribe for future posts!

Sleep until the kids wake you up. Goodnight.

The House White

About bizemom

I am a busy working mom (get it... "Biz e-Mom"?) of three kids under the age of four. I have a white-collar day job, I have a night job as a mom, and an "in between" job as a freelance writer and blogger. What can I say, I am a glutton for punishment and I don't go to bed until 1 a.m. No matter how much I complain, I like being busy. That must be the Sagitarius in me--we get bored easily. Now on to the next adventure (I mean... venture!)
This entry was posted in Biz e-Friday Countdown, Blogs, Christmas, Dads, Daughters, Family, Holidays, Men, Parenting, Tips and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s