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:
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.
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, Monster.com, may just pick yours. Contest ends December 16, 2010.
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.
2. The Red Neck Mommy
The Red Neck Mommy shares her obsession and her treasures thanks to Etsy.
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.
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Sleep until the kids wake you up. Goodnight.
- Calendar Countdown!Etsy Roundup (apartmenttherapy.com)
- Chanukah Poems + A Book Giveaway (twowritingteachers.wordpress.com)
- Countdown to Christmas (chicagonow.com)