The ultimate list of parenting books – click here for: Vampire Maman’s Recommendations for Parenting Books. My recommendation about parenting is to DO WHAT IS RIGHT FOR YOUR FAMILY AND YOUR KIDS. Period. End of discussion. But read the article anyways because it will make you laugh.
Feel free to share this random bit with your friends – from the odd alternate universe. Click here for: California Afternoon, Vampire Guys (again), Parenting and Modern Life.
Click here for: Help – My mom has no filters!. More life and relationship advice from The Romance Genie.
This is one of the most powerful blog posts I’ve ever read. Click here for: An email from a proud deadbeat dad. For everyone who is a real dad, a dad who is there for his kids (that includes step dads, uncles or anyone who is there for a kid) I stand up and cheer for…
Just a little bit of Relationship fun. Click here for: Night of the Living Dead – Ex-boyfriend Version.
Growing up…even when you’re a parent. Click here for: Never Shout Never – Absolutely Never.
Click here for: A word from the Vampire Maman on being polite. Don’t be a Troll..
An essay on life, the busy mom, vampires, teens, every day life and stuff we all go through (and a little music and the unexpected – but then everything is unexpected.) Click here on: Even Vampires have “those days”.
Click here for: Skeletons Have All the Fun. This gets 5 stars from West Coast Review – a fine bit of writing. And if you aren’t following Matthew Kirshenblatt’s blog you ought to be.
Click here for full article: Why I don’t use parental control software.
Click here for a bit about the other blog: A year ago I started Vampire Maman….
Click here for a purrrrrfect post: It’s “I’ll Answer Your Questions” Monday: How many cats can you own before people think you’re crazy?. This is one of the best blog posts I’ve seen all week. A full 5 stars from West Coast Review. THIS is how to write a blog post!
With all the debate on having kids and working my answer is….
What I learned from going to a metal concert with my teen.
When you bring a baby or child home, whether you give birth to it or adopt it or foster or live with any child, you bring home the entire universe in a kid sized package. And something you’re never told…You NEVER know who you’re bringing home with you.Your child is not your clone. Your child…