Living in a bubble – how you can help a girl out.

I’ve been wanting to write a post in response to Raising Children We Can Live With for days but haven’t had the chance to sit down and really focus. I don’t normally get a heated discussion about anything in the comments of my little blog and there are many points I would like to address and maybe keep the conversation going.

However, traumatologist   last night I was in bed before 8:30 with a terrible headache, generic the night before the Mister & I were up discussing the pros and cons of sending Moira to preschool in the fall (a whole post in itself) and tonight Fionnuala will not settle/stop crying and none of my tricks are working which means as soon I hit publish I will be pulling her into bed with me.

Instead I give you this fluff post because I have some questions for you.

  1. Seen any good movies lately? I’m always checking out the trailers online but we rarely go to movies. When we do get a moment to watch something it is usually only the blockbusters that come to mind (latest movie watched: Die Hard with a Vengence – I mean, urologist you really can’t go wrong with a Die Hard move but still…) So tell me what movie you have watched and loved lately. It doesn’t have to be new. What new movies are you looking forward to seeing?
  2. Listening to any great podcasts? I rarely listen to them but I like the idea of listening to them.
  3. Let’s talk new musicwho are you loving lately? I would really like to start listening to new music again and get back to my Music Monday posts. The Mister bought Mumford & Sons recently and I have forgotten how wonderful it is to lose yourself in a good band. And for the moms – any good kids music you are listening to lately? I really don’t mind listening to kids music but I don’t really know what is new and good in kids music (we listen to a lot of vintage Raffi).
  4. Anything else you want to recommend? A new blog you are loving? A book you think I should know about? Leave a comment and we’ll chat.

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