Is it March already? Crocuses and daffodils are poking their heads up--proof that spring's on the horizon. Like our spring bulbs, I've been buried all winter, working hard. Here's what I have going on this month.
Live in Studio:
On Monday, March 12, I'll make another appearance on King 5's Parent to Parent to discuss my latest cover story for ParentMap magazine, "How Green Are We?" Parent to Parent airs at 8:15am on channel 6/16 in Western Washington. Not local? Catch it at King 5's website.
If you missed my February Parent to Parent spot on raising only children, here it is:
On Newsstands Now:
My March cover story for ParentMap magazine explores the question "How green are Seattleites , really?" (The answer: pretty darn green. In fact, we're downright mossy.) Check it out and see for yourself.
I'm also contributing to March issues across the country, from Suburban Parent to Connecticut Parent. Check out my article "Momsomnia" in MetroKids magazine.
And one of my recent ProSquad columns on naps (one of my favorite topics) was recently featured by Daily Buzz Moms.
Are you living with a child who needs less sleep than most? Then skip over to Easy to Love But Hard to Raise, a fabulous blog, for my recent guest post on Living With A Short Sleeper.
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I plan to keep busy this spring, but I'm taking some time to smell the flowers, too. Hope you're doing the same!