Friday, January 05, 2007

Required Reading 2007

After the excitement of the past few days, things have finally calmed down and gotten back to normal. Viruses are being held at bay with Tylenol and sleep, and hopefully by the time we all have to go back to work/school we'll be healthy. Send happy thoughts our way!

In the meantime, I wanted to introduce readers to some of the blogs that I love to read almost every day. I encourage you to go visit them like I do every morning over my coffee! (they aren't in any particular order, mind you) If you're in my blogroll but not mentioned, don't dispair. I plan to do this again!

1-We, However, Are Not Prisoners: The author of this blog and I have been friends for around 10 years or so, amazingly enough, solely through e-mail. I love her dearly and her blog is a reflection of her amazing writing skills, not to mention it's witty and hilariously funny as well. My favorite post? This video of her husband. One read the sidebar carefully. She has all sorts of tidbits in there, not the boring stuff that most bloggers like myself do.

2. Looky Daddy: My husband did the at home Dad thing for awhile, and I swear he got off easy. The Dad never fails to make me laugh to the point of almost spewing my coffee on the computer screen. There's always adventure happening at Looky Daddy, right down to his most recent one about doing the puke dance with twins and a couple of cats. Seriously. And while you're at it, read his plans for world domination.

3. Bread Crumbs in the Butter-One of the first blogs that I found when I entered the blogosphere, and I'm still reading faithfully every day. My favorite post is this one. So cute!

4. Motherhood is not for Wimps-A recent find, since I only found it over the Christmas holidays. However I've really enjoyed it so far and keep coming back for more. The post that had my hand over my mouth in horror but grateful for the happy ending was this one...Accidents Happen. So glad Renny-roo is okay.

5. Dante's Inferno with Children- We seem to have a lot in common, from issues with our parents to advocating with schools, and then trying to understand our children. I often think that if we met in real life, we'd probably do a lot of laughing over coffee. My favorite post? Daniel's poem.

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