Wednesday, November 23rd, 2005
Blog Roundup #2
New to my blogroll:
- Chief Family Officer â€“ "Find tips on food, financies and fulfillment"
- ILoveMyBaby.org â€“ What Blogging Baby would be like if it were written by one person and more heavily focused on gear and toys.
- ParentingToys.com â€“ "A blogging dad talking about products he finds to help his parenting"
- Silly Dad â€“ "A blog dedicated to the Stay at Home Dad."
Slice of Life:
- A father’s worst public potty nightmare [Daddy Daze]
- Poem: Dad’s Day at the Office [Silly Dad]
- Math: 4,895 diapers per year [WebGoonies] Whew! Glad I chose reusable pocket diapers.
- Ruminating: inappropriate children’s songs [Childs Play x2]
- Family traditions: Creating new rituals for your family [Childs Play x2]
- The best handmade SciFi toy ever designed by a father [The Light on the Dark Side of the Moon]
- Seven everyday object toys loved by a 15-month-old [Redhead Mommy]
- LIKEaBIKE bicycle without pedals [Modern Day Dad]
- Gator Gripper teeth extractor [ilovemybaby.org] Think aligator-shaped pliers.
- EZ Carry Floppy Seat Shopping Cart Seat Cover [Chief Family Officer]
- Evenflo Snugli front and back carrier [WebGoonies]
- Kiddopotamus SwaddleMe blanket [WebGoonies]
- The Boppy vs. My Brest Friend observations [New Parents in Boston] Product links: The Boppy and My Brest Friend.
- Robeez knock-off leather shoes at Target [Daddy Types]
- Stuff being field tested by a 9-month-old [Tuchus]
- The Bilingual Family – A Handbook For Parents [Patata Monkey]
- Whats going On In There? How the Brain and Mind Develop in the First Five Years of Life [Patata Monkey]
- Be prepared – A practical Handbook for New Dads [Patata Monkey]
- Trees Make the Best Mobiles: Simple Ways to Raise Your Child in a Complex World [Patata Monkey]
- Beech-Nut Sweepstakes: win a $10,000 U.S. Savings Bond for college scholarship [via Chief Family Officer]
- Decorating: Scan an old baby book photo and toss it into Photoshop [A Family Runs Through It]
- Odd Tradition: Upside down Christmas trees [Silly Dad] Anyone have one? E-mail me!