Monthly Archives: May 2013

Co-sleeping Converts #4: Montessori Experiments

This is the fourth in an occasional series on our experience of co-sleeping with our toddler (or baby, as he was when we began). You can see the series list¬†here.¬† Lucky us, we’re staying in a fabulous studio apartment in Bath this week while we catch up with family in the United Kingdom. Among the […]

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Pentecost resources for everyone! And a Fresco by Andrea di Bonaiuto (sometimes called Andrea da Firenze), photograph, Ben Miller | Sacraparental.com

Pentecost Is, Like, For Everyone

Lord, Holy Spirit, You blow like the wind in a thousand paddocks, Inside and outside the fences, You blow where you wish to blow. A superawesome cartoon activity sheet and a poem from a wild, long-haired Catholic pilgrim, James K Baxter. That’s something for everyone, right? I’ll even throw in a link to some flax […]

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In search of a better mother's day | Sacraparental.com

In Search of a Better Mother’s Day

This is a slightly updated version of an earlier post on Mother’s Day – back when I thought it should be spelt ‘Mothers’ Day’. I’ve changed my mind, so here’s the new version, complete with a swan pic Mother’s Day: a day for great ambivalence. I’m not from a big Mother’s-Day-celebrating family, and neither is […]

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Would You Like Some Guilt With That Parenting Advice?

Thanks to friends and RSS feeds, I came across a few different articles over the weekend that all stayed with me. I wanted to blog about each of them, briefly, but now my thoughts about them seem connected so I thought I’d just lay them out together and see what you think. The common thread […]

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