We start the week on Monday in Canada, where Kirsten Jessiman reflects on her parenting skills, a trip back to her homeland of South Africa and most importantly, a commemoration to her late father.  You won’t want to miss this moving article, “The Last Piece of the Jigsaw”!

Tuesday, we cross Canada’s southern border and head over to New Jersey, USA, where Veronica Samuels, talks about educational gift ideas for children that foster multiculturalism and global awareness.

Wednesday, we head west back to Ohio, USA where Amy Hillis adds a second part to her adoption story, “Adoption~Journey Past Life Part II.”  This time it’s about remembering her grandmother and the positive impact she has had on her life.  Another tear jerker!

Thursday, it’s T.V. time with Kally Mocho for a discussion on children and television viewing in the USA.  Kally debates her own dependency on children’s programming and is not sure if she can give it up despite her guilt in her article, “T.V.: Friend or Foe?”

Maggie Ellison in South Carolina, USA asks our Friday question this week about things we said we’d never do as mothers, but wound up doing anyway.  It should be interesting!

It’s another deep week on World Moms Blog!  We hope you will join us…

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