In Case You Missed It Edition! Volume 36 – Moving At A Baby’s Pace

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Happy Memorial Day weekend! We are on the home stretch of the school year and are using our time Monday to finish up adoption paperwork (because it is NEVER done) and hanging out with the hubs.

Wow, it’s been a few months since I’ve done a link post. I’m not sure why since I’m still reading and starring posts every day. Now that I remember how fun it is to share, expect more of these in the future.

I’ve found some links to posts that made me laugh, cry, think or at least raise an eyebrow. Please click the links and check out the posts. You may find something that rocks your world too.

Leave me some feedback in the form of comments below on what you liked, what you hated and what you’d like to see more of. I’m here to help you find the best of what is online.

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My Best Of…

For months now, ever since we brought Ruby home, I’ve been walking. And walking. And walking. Sometimes with a friend, sometimes alone, but mostly with the girl.  Until recently, I never thought walking was hard enough exercise (also see: not worth doing), but I’ve come to rely on walking as a way to reset my mood, my day and what feels like sometimes, my life.  I highly recommend reading Walking As A Retreat For the Busy Mom  (on Simple Mom)- about how one mom’s effort to save some money changed her life. – Are you a walker?

Do You Wish Life Went More Slowly? I loved everything about this post. Up until I started staying home with Ruby, I would have definitely answered yes. Life was moving so quickly and we had plans and classes and dates and more. Now I’m not so sure. Babies move pretty slowly (at least in that sense). – How’s the speed of your life?

Having trouble getting your greens in? Parenthacks (one of my newest favorite reads) delivers easy kid tips on every topic including getting your kid to eat green food. While Ruby is still happily eating anything and everything we put in front of her (and some off of our plates – and yours if you don’t watch out) – I know there will come a day when she doesn’t. Enter the Green Food Taste Test – so brilliant I am thinking about doing it with my future students. So science-y dorky and fun. – Do your little people discriminate based on (food) color?

3 Things You Need To Be Happy As A New Mom. – Um, yeah. I would also add: Massage/Yoga/Bodywork and in my case, weekly therapy. – Anything to add?

Adulting -How To Become A Grown Up in 387-ish Easy Steps. While you have probably already seen this blog, I feel it is my duty to recommend it again. Good god, I could have used this a decade ago.

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That is the In Case You Missed It Edition, folks.

Remember to click the links and leave some comments. This is a conversation, you know.

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4 thoughts on “In Case You Missed It Edition! Volume 36 – Moving At A Baby’s Pace

  1. All of these sound great. I need to click how to become an adult because I still shock myself that I’m not still in my 20s. Arg! About walking, I almost never walk anymore. It’s so hard with kids. I’m glad you are doing it more than ever. I need some tips from you!

  2. I’m currently enjoying the flow charting and graphs on the “Adulting'” blog. Thanks for sharing! Also….although I am not a mom I think the weekly therapy definitely adds to happiness. :-)

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