Clickworthy | June 18 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!

It’s that time of year: my daughter literally wears a swimsuit at least once every day of the week. Do you have a strong opinion one way or another about bikinis on babies? Here’s one blogger’s take over at Strollerderby.

It’s getting down to the wire to figure out Father’s Day gifts…at least the kind you can wrap up and give tomorrow, but this post from The Happiest Mom has some great insights on how to show your appreciation for the father of your kids in more intangible ways (like, for instance, cut him some slack once in a while :)).

Think your kids’ dad is the best on the planet? These 10 Best Animal Dads from the Mother Nature Network deserve recognition too! So cute.

Treat him right! Here are some specials and deals just for Dad from Valley restaurants (from AZCentral.com).

I can’t wait for the next time we end up with a huge cardboard box so we can try this at home!

This is a sweet, sweet story from a dad’s perspective about the importance of listening to little ones (and how to laugh when you totally misunderstand their question).

Happy Father’s Day, Valley families!

How do you do your online reading? Random surfing? Facebookand TwitterRSS or email subscriptions? Be sure to add Scottsdale Moms Blog to your regular reading, however you do it!

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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 often tweets and sometimes blogs about the messy, tender, fun, funny and irreverent moments of parenthood.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Oh my goodness, the “sweet, sweet article” made me laugh so hard I almost cried! Hilarious!!!! (And yes, sweet too…)

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