Weekend Links: Things I think you should read.

If you need a little inspiration for changing the way you eat, go watch the trailer for the PBS special, Nourish: Food + Community.

Rixa of Stand and Deliver has highlights from her conversation with Thomas Balmès, filmmaker of the documentary Babies (Which I’m dying to see. Who wants to come with? Who wants to babysit?).

This post at Simple Bites makes me want to throw out all of my spices and start over from scratch. I probably should.

Good Goog has a post on parenting two-year-olds that I think is great. I realize that Sadie’s just barely turned one, but I wouldn’t be me if I weren’t already researching how to handle myself as Sadie develops into toddlerhood.

I’m late on the Cesarean Awareness Month bandwagon, but Crunchy Domestic Goddess asks, Why is it so hard to get a vaginal birth?

I know I didn’t give birth to a boy, and I don’t want to stir up trouble here, but I think this is an interesting perspective on cosmetic male circumcision.

6 thoughts on “Weekend Links: Things I think you should read.

  1. Liza Smith

    We love Penzy Spices. Mostly we order online but have been known to make a special trip to Memphis just for the vanilla (as well as other spices).

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    1. Brooke Post author

      Oooh. Thanks for the tip. I’ve been wondering what kind of options I might have if I wanted to start all over with my (exceptionally old) spices. That’s crazy that y’all make a special trip to Memphis for vanilla! Please tell me you also pop in to LUSH while you’re there.

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  2. Stephanie

    THESE ARE SO GOOD! I love the terrible twos one–this is perfect and what we needed. Jazz has already thrown a few mini tantrums, and we had no clue what to do about them. THANK YOU!
    .-= Stephanie´s last blog ..aunt FLO, you know. =-.

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    1. Brooke Post author

      Yes! Sadie is doing the same thing. She’ll even (gingerly) lie herself down on the floor like she’s considering a full-blown fit. Where do they even get this? It simply CAN’T be evolutionarily-beneficial, can it?

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