Welcome to today’s Sunday Surf!
The Sunday Surf includes some of my favorite posts from the past week. Enjoy!
- An endearing post about a child who says hello to everyone. My daughter does the same, and I loved the author’s comment:
There are many, many things I’ve dreamed of teaching my daughter. About life and love and fun and laughter. About good food and great movies and even better music. About finding your passion and giving of yourself and working hard.
We’re just one year in, though, and she’s already taught me more than I could ever hope to offer. She’s accomplished this simply by being herself.
- Keep the kiddos rear facing as long as possible, which is until limit of seat is reached by either height or weight. After last week’s ER scare, I’m even more adamant in doing everything possible to avoid her being hospitalized.
- Another health-related article, this one on helping your healer help you.
- A parody on the nonsense about banning kids from Becoming Crunchy sums up the real problem:
If we stopped allowing [insert annoyance here], I would stop having that problem!
- An complementing, insightful piece on the same topic by Authentic Parenting, who posits “It’s not the screaming that makes you uncomfortable, it’s the remembrance and the feeling of powerlessness that overtakes us and makes us angry.”
- A post with some good reasons on why breastfeeding in public is good for everyone.
- And lastly, some fun, goodnight yoga for kids!