The Friday Five: 5 Popular Posts (aka, things I cannot believe I shared on the internet)

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Do you know why I’m holding this potty seat?  If you are just joining us at the SK blog (welcome!) or if you missed a few posts, this might be a mystery.

Never fear, I’m here to answer your questions in this week’s Friday Five.

My family and I are enjoying a few days staying at my parents place in the middle of nowhere. I’ve been looking forward to this chance to unwind, hang out with my parents, and escape daily life for months now.  Isn’t it neat to watch your parents be grandparents?  It is one of my favorite things.

While we are enjoying lightening bugs, fireworks, swimming, and berry picking, I thought I’d share five popular SimpleKids.net posts so far for 2013.

According to my analytics, these are the readers’ favorite posts so far this year (and many of them are mine, too):

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5 Popular SimpleKids.net Posts

1.5 Healthier Breakfast Options for Kids

2. 5 Humbling Parenting Moments (aka Not My Mother of the Year acceptance speech)

3. 6 Strategies for Dealing With Your Parenting Critics: Handling Criticism Graciously, But Firmly

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4.Nurturing the Creative Spark, Open Ended Play, and Kid Made Modern: a Q & A with Todd Oldham

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5. Confessions of a Cloth Diaper Drop Out (and how I got back on the fluffy bottomed band wagon)

 

Have you read something wonderful this week?  I’d love it if you would share the link in the comments.  Have a wonderful weekend, friends!  And thank you, sincerely, for being SK readers.  It means so much to me to get to share my words here, imperfect days, potty seats, and all.  Best wishes!

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About Kara

Kara Fleck is the editor of Simple Kids. She is a small town mama, writer, knitter, bookworm, and hooligan. Kara lives in Indiana with her husband Christopher and their four children Jillian, Max, Lucy, and Amelia. You can find more of her writing at KElizabethFleck.com.

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