Good Reads April

good readsOh man, those holidays seemed to last forever. I don’t know about you but I never imagined that I would ever have a white Easter! And this relentlessly wintery weather has made the holidays seem so unbearably long. But, now that they are back in the halls of learning and you are, briefly, free to go to the loo by yourself and drink a cup of tea whilst it’s still hot (hopefully one of those, at least) then you’ll also have time to check out some great posts I have found in the blogosphere this month.

If you have ever doubted your abilities as a parent of young children, do read this post by Steve Wiens.
On which note, The Guardian has a list of the top five parenting regrets.
Rocket Bum has been going through a tough time: when even sound hurts.
Mama Syder asks what is happiness. And check out her new kitchen- amazing to see what changes can be wrought with a small budget and a big imagination.
The Crazy Kitchen shares a chocolate cake that contains 2 of your 5-a-day.
Blogging with Amy shares some tips for using Google+.
Amanda Patterson tells us the Eight Multiple Intelligences of Children. A useful reference for how to encourage your child dependent on their particular area of skill.
Muddling Along Mummy writes a response to the Budget
An Exeter Mum similarly but poignantly write about her son and the Stolen Futures of Deaf Children.
I sympathise with Baby Genie – I get upset when I have my seat stolen. She asks why?
Writer in a Wheelchair writes about not writing about CP Awareness Day.
Read about Body Image according to 2 Stars and a Swirl
Half a Future reflects on a trip In Loving Memory

What not to say to a single person, by Not Supermum

Sorrel. Ish gives 7 reasons why you should stop bitching.
Shamozal talks about the first of the lasts.
In a Bun Dance lists things that bloggers do which drive her mad.
Se7en +1 has some brilliant decluttering tips.
I was really interested to know what Mormons thought of the Book of Mormon. A Mother’s Ramblings enlightened me.
I Am Typecast shares what it is like to NOT live on Benefits. It made me think.

So there you go – a lot of great posts recently. If you come across something – or have written something- that needs sharing with the World, and by ‘World’ I mean me, then do contact Domestic Goddesq via the medium that is Twitter. I’d love to read what you love to read.

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About Kelly Innes

Kelly is the face behind the vintage silhouette at Domestic Goddesque. She eats too much cookie dough to have a waist that small. She is a thirty-something Mother of two absurdly photogenic little girls, is married her beloved DH and endures daily battles-of-will with the dog she refers to as the Wonder Hound. She likes to avoid housework as much as possible, preferring to bake, craft and drink cocktails. Sorry, did I say cocktails? I meant coffee. And nap. She likes to nap too. When not blogging, you can find her haunting Facebook for interesting snippets of gossip, or throwing her wit around the twittersphere. (She may have made that last bit up too: she's not that funny.)

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4 Responses to Good Reads April

  1. SuZanne 16 April 2013 at 13:19 #

    Ooh I spy lots of lovely things to read in there – thanks for sharing!

  2. Jean 17 April 2013 at 22:09 #

    Ooh, thanks for including me in the list – I’m going to check out some of the other blog posts :)

  3. Domestic Goddesque 18 April 2013 at 09:15 #

    So pleased you like the post Jean and SuZanne. Happy to include any reads you find that you love so feel free to tweet me a link ahead of next month’s post

  4. Rachel 18 April 2013 at 13:46 #

    Thanks so much for including my post here! Chuffed. Off to read the others.