Top o’ the mornin’ to you! Welcome to the very special St. Patrick’s Day Edition of the Carnival of Family Life! The luck o’ the Irish is certainly with us because there are a wide variety of excellent articles amassed here for your reading pleasure! No blarney — just fact! Enjoy!
Rose presents An Uncredentialed Day published at Learning at Home.
Fathersez presents How I intend to help my daughters secure jobs they would like – Part 3 – Basics of life as an employee published at Father Sez. He is using his own experience to educate and guide his children into a successful career path.
Silicon Valley Blogger presents Slashing Our Budget By 25%: Our Latest Frugal Moves published at The Digerati Life.
David B. Bohl presents Where is the Love? Tips for Getting Back that Old Spark published at Slow Down Fast Today! David says, “Healthy, committed relationships can sometimes lose their luster because we get too comfortable and fall into old routines. We take each other for granted and put our partners on our low priority list.” It doesn’t have to be that way.
Expat Chef presents Going Green for St. Patrick’s Day published at The Expatriate’s Kitchen, a discussion of using St. Patrick’s day to get your kids to embrace green foods, including recipes and tips from pediatricians and book authors.
Aparna presents Home Remedies for nose bleed published at Beauty and Personality Grooming, explaining that a “nose bleed” is actually “epistaxis” and can occur most often in summer, especially for young children, and offering tips to combat and stop “nose bleeds.”
Marc and Angel present Seven “Before the Wedding” Steps That Initiate a Successful Marriage published at Marc and Angel, inviting readers pondering or planning marriage to consider their recommendations.
GP presents You Might Just be an Endurance Rider published at Innstyle Montana- Come on Inn, saying, “Signs you might be an endurance rider!”
Jenny presents Kids Say The Darndest Things published at the so called me.
Dora Renee Wilkerson presents YouTube – My daughter isn’t scared of her shadow, is she? published at YouTube. She asks readers to decide whether her young daughter is trying to scare her own shadow — or is afraid of it.
Jennifer in OR presents A Three Year Old and a Fish published at Diary of 1. Every parent who has been through the goldfish phase with young children will relate and applaud Jennifer for seizing upon a difficult event to teach about characteristics for life success.
Laura presents Grow Old With Me… at Children & Chocolate and Other Paths to God published at BeutlerBlogger.
Christine presents Stuffed Peppers with Cheese (Poivron au Fromage) published at Me, My Kid and Life: An American Single Mom Living in France.
Lisa presents What To Do At A Princess Party – When Boys Are There! published at Lil Duck Duck.
Riley presents I Never published at All Rileyed Up.
Liz Thompson presents This Full House Kids: The birth of a family blogging project published at This Full House. Her family has launched a new project. She explains why they’ve started another blog that’s just for the kids.
Jaimie presents When They Need More Help Than You Can Give published at Hug Twice.
Laura Scarborough presents Can I hear a yeah!? published at Adventures in Juggling. Her kid has been kicked out of a “club” — and she couldn’t be happier about it! Read why Laura and her family are celebrating!
Silveral presents Celebrity babies – new kids on the block published at Celebrity News, and Gossip.
Naomi presents Diary From England: British Family Life in the 21st Century published at Diary From England.
Nicole presents Spending Your Saturdays Babysitting Teaches You a Thing or Two published at Makeitbetter’s Weblog.
Warren Wong presents How To Solve Problems By Changing Your Frame Or Perspective published at Personal Development for INTJs, explaining how seemingly unsolvable problems can be solved by changing your frame of mind or perspective.
Next week, the Carnival will be hosted at Beauty and Personal Grooming! Submit your family-related posts by 12:01 a.m. (Pacific time), Sunday, March 23, 2008 using this form: