I don?t know where the Christmas break went, but whilst you were busy enjoying the break from the alarm clock and trying to figure out where you were going to put all the new toys your children were lucky enough to receive, I have been scouring the internet for posts that will keep you reading all through tea-break time.
Starting with a very poignant post by Jean Gross in The Guardian: Farewell to my daughter Kate
The Washington Post explains what it?s like to be the first generation of parents in the age of iEverything
The Long Run Blog asks when did we start hating big families? Via Emma and 3
Potty Diaries knows we all need to Shake It Off!
Make Me an Earth Mother tells us the things you should know about a playdate with us.
The Telegraph experts warn lying on Facebook profiles can implant false memories.
Domestic Goddesque is imposing age restrictions on her children. What would you add?
Vintage Zest has a tutorial on making Pinterest Cover Boards, found by Bug Bird Bee.
Merrily Me says Just Be Happy.
Typecast shared a post from The Guardian on the cognitive benefits of handwriting
Little E and Bean talks Feminism, and wanting more from Mummy Blogging
A Mother?s Ramblings shared Thought Catalog?s how to ruin your life without even noticing.
A Teenager?s View of Social Media is a fascinating read from Medium via Being Mrs C.
What the Redhead Said shares five resources that make blogging easier
So Bad Ass tells us why she?s giving up the razor.
Cambridge Mummy shared It?s Okay by Scarlett Curtis.
Brain Child Mag has a moving post from a mother who hopes that she buries her son before she dies.
Totally the Bomb has 100 ways to show your children love.
And finally Mammasaurus urges us to blog your way in 2015.
About Kelly Innes
Kelly is the face behind the vintage silhouette at Domestic Goddesque. She eats too much cookie dough to have a waist that small. She is a thirty-something Mother of two absurdly photogenic little girls, is married her beloved DH and endures daily battles-of-will with the dog she refers to as the Wonder Hound. She likes to avoid housework as much as possible, preferring to bake, craft and drink cocktails. Sorry, did I say cocktails? I meant coffee. And nap. She likes to nap too. When not blogging, you can find her haunting Facebook for interesting snippets of gossip, or throwing her wit around the twittersphere. (She may have made that last bit up too: she’s not that funny.)