It's carnival time and I'm indulging in my "mommy" side. Is there a difference between mums and moms? I'm both. Apart from the accents and a preference for Cadbury's over Hershey's -- I'm happy to report there are more similarities than differences.
The "best of" mommy carnival highlights the best posts from the mommy blogger community from the past month. So grab a coffee, sit back and have a read... (it's better than TV).
Minnemom points us to some very good information about supporting parents in public when children are being, um, difficult.
It's sex education month for Tangerine Times son's class, and Myrna shares the news: there's a baby in the house!
Julie at Cool Mom Guide waxes lyrical about how she lost 60 pounds using the Nineteno Wii Fit.
Baby Bloomr confesses she still loves her husband dearly (even after 32 years of marriage!) in My Valentine.
Jessica at It's My Life send us the dirty truths no one likes to share with new moms.
Adiaha tells us all about the nickname phenom.
Motherhood the Final Frontier explores her dark side in The Blog Gimp.
Everyday Mama Drama goes to a toilet learning class and discovers first isn't always best.
The Mother's Handbook lets off some steam in The Six O'Clock Parent.
Jen at Keep it Classy explains why she is Little Miss Splendid.
Allison reminds us that forgiveness is a choice not a feeling.
Twofer the Price of One becomes a new mom in another book, and extra hug, a photo and a reminder of what I have.
LaSara reminds us how to be thankful for what we have in Five Ways to Engage Your Kids in Grateful Giving.
Homemade Mom shares her best works for me Wednesday tips.
Parking Lot Mammas gives us 10 ways to rediscover the bright side of life.
Mom-e-Centric ponders the laundry in the violence, oh the violence, how can one stand thee.
And don't forget to check out my post about the fleeting moment ... or is it just mummy rot?
This post was written by Susanna, an Expat Mums Blog founding contributor. You can read more at her blog A Modern Mother.