Google+ Authentic Parenting: Sunday Surf

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Sunday Surf

Through the wonderful carnivals this week, I've discovered a lot of nice blogs: Earth Mama, The Man-Nurse Diaries and The Feminist Breeder are certainly worth a visit, if you don't know them yet.

Selecting the articles for this week's surf was kind of difficult with all this carnival activity going on. More so because I think I've spent more time reading blogs this week than writing my own (I had a lot of autoposting going on). So there were lots and lots of really good articles to choose from.

Bring Birth Home is rapidly becoming one of my favorite spots to hang around, I loved this week's post about unassisted homebirth. It is something I would like to read about more in the near future.
Reality Rounds writes about the misogyny of religion when it comes to childbirth.

I can also recommend EverydayRebel's post about Facebook status updates if you want a good laugh. I must admit I recognise myself a bit too much in that post. Another fun one on The Leaky Boob talks about children as miniature breastfeeding advocates.

On the topic of breastfeeding, I read an insightful article on related traditions and beliefs in Haiti.

If you have read or written something spectacular this week, feel free to add it to the Mr. Linky. (Don't mind the green thumb Sunday, I couldn't make one for Sunday Surf, since I had not acquired Silver status).



  1. Thanks for this! I didn't make it around to a lot of the carnivals this week, too busy and I wanted to avoid reading ones that would just frustrate me. I appreciate your suggestions. And thanks for including me!

  2. Ugh I commented and lost it! I love this idea and I think it will catch on. You can be the new Wordless Wednesday! I love hearing other great blogs to read!

  3. Thanks for the tips on some great blogs and posts! Stopping by to say Happy SITS day!

  4. Just read the posts from the Leaky Boob & EverydayRebel - thanks for introducing me to new bloggers!

  5. Thanks ladies!
    @ Dionna: they are both written by the same wonderful person, who did a guest post here about unschooling a while ago
    @Jessica: You are welcome. Now how can carnival posts be frustrating, dear?

  6. I love these link round-ups so I know what's really good reading without feeling overwhelmed by the state of my Google Reader! :)

    I've added a couple links — one another round-up, and one a great post from it.


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