Welcome to the June 12, 2013 edition of the Baby Boomers Blog Carnival. There are some really well thought out and insightful Boomer articles for you to peruse this week.
So, grab a cup of coffee (or tea), sit back in your most comfortable chair, put up your feet and Enjoy.
This one’s for you!
John Williams presents Summer Safety Gear for Bike Riding, Roller Blading and More posted at Live-In Nanny, saying, “Before you send your brood outside to bask in the rays while they expend some of their boundless energy, there is some safety equipment you’ll want to invest in to ensure that the summer is spent enjoying the great weather, rather than camping out in the emergency room.”
MITCHELL MORRIS presents Why You Shouldn’t Skip Regular Meetings with Your Nanny posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, “You talk to your nanny at end of her workday and she fills you in on what’s happening with your child, so what else is really needed? Actually, there are lots of good reasons to have regular meetings with your nanny.”
Dan Robinson presents 10 Things to Never Let Your Kids Do on a Plane posted at Aupair Jobs, saying, “Flying with small children doesn’t necessarily have to be a nightmare, though, nor does it have to be an embarrassing mess. As long as you do your best to prevent certain occurrences, you may find that air travel with the kids is less harrowing than you expected.”
Denise Thompson presents 10 Life Lessons Dads Should Teach Their Daughters posted at Find A Babysitter, saying, “The concept of “daddy’s little girl” is one that’s so heavily ingrained into the cultural consciousness that it’s almost taken for granted. In fact, fathers are uniquely placed to instill values and ideals into their daughters that moms might struggle with. Of all the life lessons that today’s girl needs to learn, these are ten that fathers should teach their daughters.”
Janet Golovine presents 10 Ways to Deal With a Passive-Aggressive In-Law posted at Become A Nanny, saying, “Dealing with in-laws can be difficult. While there are many personality traits that are difficult to swallow, passive-aggressiveness may be the most challenging of all the traits to handle in your newer family members.Before you get too discouraged, try these tips when interacting with your passive-aggressive in-law.”
Carter White presents Helping Same Sex Siblings Get Along posted at Babysitting, saying, “Sibling fighting is one of the biggest complaints of parents and caregivers alike. Siblings, especially same sex ones, seem to know how to push each other buttons. Here are some tips to help your kids stop fighting.”
Cherry Liu presents 10 Secrets for Staying Fit When on the Road posted at House Sitting Jobs, saying, “Traveling can be fun, but you’re stuck inside your car for hours at a time, there’s little to no movement involved and you end up eating fast food more often than not. Still, there are things you can do to keep healthy and fit even when you’re traveling.”
Laura Anderson presents Talking Family Finances with David Bakke posted at eNannySource, saying, “Recently I had a chance to catch up with David Bakke, dad and personal finance blogger. David blogs about family finances and some of the biggest financial mistakes parents make. Here is a little of what he had to say.”
Jessica Clark presents 10 Famous Men Named Ken Who Made the News in 2012 posted at Kenney Myers, saying, “2012 was a busy time for news with the upcoming presidential election. However, not to be outdone, these 10 Kens managed to make some headlines of their own.”
Sydney Bell presents 20 Things to Think Twice About Before Including Them On Your Blog posted at Longhorn Leads, LLC, saying, “Blogs are great marketing tools for your business or professional image, can help you to keep far-flung family members updated on new developments in your family unit and are effective platforms for the sharing and discussion of political and spiritual beliefs. What they’re not, however, is completely anonymous or free of risk if you decide to include sensitive information.”
Eric Taylor presents 10 Common Summer Allergens to Avoid posted at Nanny Care, saying, “Pollen, molds and many other allergens are profuse during the summer months. For families with kids prone to allergies, here are ten common summer allergens that you should try to avoid.”
Laura Grace Weldon presents Method For Reversing Dementia? posted at GeekMom, saying, “If there’s a method to “reverse dementia” it should be in use everywhere. Let’s take a closer look at the documentary touting this expensive therapy coming to health care facilities in the U.S.”
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of baby boomers blog carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
Remember, when you submit an article, please fill in the Category and Remark Fields to add your own description of your post. Please Submit only ONE Article per Carnival, multiple articles Will Not Be Accepted.
Since this is a community endeavour, please feel free to advise me through comments or my contact form if there is something you think I can do to improve the Carnival.