Welcome to the October 22, 2007 edition of the Mothers and Daughters Blog Carnival! I'm thrilled and honored to be able to host for you this time. So let's go ahead and get right into it... :)
Mama Zen presents The Zen of Motherhood: The Ultimate Accessory posted at The Zen of Motherhood, saying, "My beauty secret!" And here's a hint - it's a pretty cute little accessory...
Julie Arduini presents The Surrendered Scribe: Simply Amazing posted at The Surrendered Scribe, saying, "Although it's no longer Mother's Day, I think it's always good for women to get a reminder that they are AMAZING!" Say it right now - go ahead! "I am amazing!" Feels good, right? :)
beingmade presents My Mother. My Daughters. Making Me. posted at Dig Your Toes In. This made me cry and I'm sure you will too. I never knew my own grandmother and have been so blessed that my daughters have had my mother and mother-in-law in their lives so far.
Host Bee presents how to start a mother daughter book group posted at Busy Bee Lifestyle. Now that my oldest is learning how to read, I'd love to find the time to do something like this with her. And there's some great tips here I'll have to follow!
edithyeung presents How to Achieve Your Childhood Dream by Randy Pausch posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act. This raises some interesting (and hard) questions.
Alexandra presents I Love You Mom! posted at Be Beautiful. Lots of beauty secrets here!
Hueina Su presents Mastermind for Personal Success: The Mother-Daughter Project posted at Intensive Care for the Nurturer's Soul. More about mother-daughter groups, and made me wonder if there are already any existing ones near me. Something I definitely should check out.
SingForHim presents What I Learned From My Toddler posted at Real Life. What a lovely little budding artist she's got over there!
Donetta presents Transformation posted at A Life Uncommon, saying, "The woman our child." What a beautiful tribute to her daughter she's written!
My submission this week is My daughters are NOT Bratz dolls! posted here at Mom of 3 Girls. Bear with me - I wrote this one in a hurry after being gone all weekend so although it gets at what I think I wanted to say, I can't guarantee that it says it very coherently. You'll get the idea though.
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