We are starting this week in Canada, where Multitasking Mumma is preparing for the holiday season! We know how Christmas shopping can send a busy mom absolutely loopy, right? Save your sanity by following these helpful – and hilarious – tips.
On Tuesday, we fly across the ocean to see Susie Newday in Israel. Susie writes a poignant post about the circle of life and how we move from dependance as babies, to independence as adults, and back to dependance as senior citizens.
On Wednesday,we stay in the Middle East as we go to Saudi Arabia. Mama B talks about the advantages of having a big family, where the older siblings play a big role in the care of the younger ones.
On Thursday, we are back in Canada! Salma talks about the difficulties that come with knowing that her child is a “token minority” and offers advice to well-meaning strangers who may inadvertently cause offense.
And on Friday, we’re off across the sea again, this time to visit with Tatterscoops in Indonesia. Would you let your son play with toys designed for girls, or vice versa? If a stranger criticized your child’s choice of toy, how would you respond? This mom gives us her views on this interesting topic.
Stop in on Tuesday afternoon to read an interview from a new writer, Ms. V. from South Korea.
On Saturday, check out the Saturday Sidebar with Eva Fannon, where the World Moms give their thoughts on an important topic, and chime in with your answers to the week’s question!
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