Hey, hey everybody. It's Friday and that means it's time for a round-up.
I figured since Marty was gracious enough to label me a "co-editor" on our business cards, it was about time I contributed a little something. So, here it is without further ado - Round-up #7.
It seems many a Triangle Mama is bearing her heart and mind this week.
Meanwhile, Sue is dealing with a green-eyed monster who's struggling with some new transitions in his life. Poor little guy just wants to snuggle and feel better, and it's all his mommy can do to try to find the time. My heart is breaking for them both because balancing the needs of a family is a very hard thing.
Some of Nikki's best writing over at A Small Song centers around international adoption. As a child of adoption herself, she opens my eyes to issues I've never even considered (though we all should). Issues of children who do not live or move in circles of people who look like they do. Her latest post is in regards to a pair of staring children, and why she believes they were staring at her.
And pouring out her everything at Don't Take the Repeats, Marty shares why she thinks she's broken beyond repair. She's in need of our love and understanding. If you've ever felt like running away and never coming back, please go tell Marty that she's not alone.
Over at Lil Kid Things, Andrea is flexing her strong, independent-thinking woman muscle in support of Team Juan. She is talking openly about free speech and whether NPR had the right to fire a journalist for it.
There you have it. It's round-up #7. My apologies to anyone whose post I summarized in an inaccurate way. I read them all, but may be lacking in the eloquence of the real editor.