Clickworthy | April 9 2011

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At SMB we want to bring you information and inspiration from around the Valley and beyond. Here are some clickworthy links from around the web this week. Enjoy!

Amy Wilson’s Mother Load: The Blog has a special place in my heart because it was the first site I stumbled upon before I even knew there was such a thing as a “mom blog.” She is, hands down, one of the best at capturing conversations with and between her kids with humor and love. Haven’t we all had moments like this one?

Hey, Joy & Steph! Do your babies have names yet? If not, check this out!

My daughter and I spent a ton of time this week on this page devoted to the new Orangutan exhibit at the Phoenix Zoo. When we got to see the family of primates up close at a special preview on Thursday, she knew them by name!

Speaking of wildlife: OMG EagleCam! The whole world watched three eaglets hatch on live streaming video this week. This mama bald eagle is like the mom-blogger of the natural world!

I’ve written about how I’m a huge sports fan. I love when sports stories and parenting stories overlap, like this one from Babble’s Strollerderby blog. Go Ernie!

I discovered this local blogger this week. Loved her whole site, but check out these recipes and food photos from Inspired RD. YUM.

I’m obsessed with iPhone photography. I almost never enter giveaways, but I’m planning on it this weekend over at Chookooloonks. This book looks so cool!

How do you do your online reading? Random surfing? Facebook and TwitterRSS or email subscriptions? Be sure to add Scottsdale Moms Blog to your regular reading, however you do it! …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Sarah Powers
is a writer and Scottsdale mom of two. She came to the valley from Southern California by way of Chicago and would take Arizona summers over Midwest winters any day. A perfect day for Sarah starts with coffee, ends with chardonnay and includes lots of baby giggles and sticky-fingered kid kisses in between. She loves high ponytails, showtunes and using her kids as an excuse to stay in and go to bed early, which she would do anyway. Sarah tweets early and often about the messy, tender, fun, funny and irreverent moments of parenthood at www.twitter.com/powersofmine.

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