Sometimes the entire week flies by and hundreds of blog posts sit unread in my Google Reader. Okay, sometimes two weeks fly by and that happens. Then I get a few quiet moments on a Saturday morning to catch up. Here’s some of the best of what I read today:
Motherhood: A Career? from Passionate Homemaking. A witty response to the question “What do you do?” and you’re a stay-at-home-mom. Working moms can relate, too, because they do all of this and have a career.
What Drowning Really Looks Like from Family Your Way. This post could save your child’s life.
Preserving the Harvest: Super Green Veggie Powder from Nourished Kitchen. I don’t get quite enough greens from my CSA box for this, but I’m saving the idea for when I have my own garden. Someday.
35 Things I’ve Learned in My 35 Years from Simple Mom. I love Tsh’s outlook and agree with almost every item on her list.
Zucchini Chocolate Chip Cookies from Peas and Thank You. I am pretty sick of zucchini in savory, vegetable form. I can get behind these cookies, though. They are gluten-free, too.
Blueberry Beet Pancakes from Kiss My Broccoli. These are made with wheat flour, but I’m so intrigued. Definitely want to try these once I can have wheat again.
Back to School Considerations: Redshirting from Apartment Therapy. I read this post with great interest because Meghan is a late September birthday and just makes the cut-off for kindergarten for our state. If we start her next year she’ll be the youngest in her grade, by a lot. The comments are interesting to read, too.
Happy reading and have a great weekend!