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15 Of The Best Canadian Parenting Tweeters

The Huffington Post Canada | Shelley White | Posted 02.25.2013 | Canada Living

If you're a parent looking for insightful and entertaining information about raising children, you've never had more options at your fingertips. W...

Why Blame an Innocent Mother for Her Children's Murder?

Jane Tolmie | Posted 01.28.2013 | Canada
Jane Tolmie

On October 25, Marina Krim returned from taking her three-year-old daughter to the pool, to find her other two children -- Lulu and Leo -- stabbed to death in the bathtub of the family apartment in the Upper West Side. The nanny has since been charged with the murders. Many Internet responses have focused on mother-blaming, and especially on the mother's part-time labour outside the home. The father's labour is not discussed, just as his parenting skills are not criticized. This is misogynist victim-blaming. Cyberbullying has politics and here they revolve around contempt for women.

Minefield Of Parenting Bloggers: Can You Take The Heat?

Kerry Sauriol | Posted 12.02.2012 | Canada British Columbia
Kerry Sauriol

Hell hath no fury like mom bloggers on a warpath, as Calgary DJ and blogger Buzz Bishop learned when he mentioned he has a favourite child. I am not going to bother too much weighing in on the response. What it does highlight is the minefield that personal and parental blogging can be. Words can hurt so every time I think about a new topic for my blog, I wonder: Am I strong enough to take the heat from those that may disagree with me? Controversy might give you lots of hits, but are you tough enough?

SavvyMom Roundup: Back To School Tips, Glam Grocery Stores And Yummy Caffeine Bars

Minnow Hamilton | Posted 10.22.2012 | Canada Living
Minnow Hamilton

I'm scrambling to make my deadline on this post because it's already been a busy week full of useful tidbits for parents preparing their kids for back to school routines; trips to Longo's newest store in Toronto; testing out the bar-formm love child of coffee and chocolate and a sneak peeks of a Canadian app designed for new mommies and their babies.