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Supersisters Weekend Roundup

Posted by Jen on November 1, 2008 at 7:00 AM in Jen
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So where do you fall in the post-Halloween candy debate? Do you let your kids plow through the spoils or are you more inclined to ration out the sugar and then make it all disappear? If this is a sticky discussion at your house, consider these Ten Sweet Strategies for Halloween Candy from yours truly.

It's countdown to the election, and if your house is anything like mine, your kids are more than a little interested in finding out what happens next. If you'd like to turn some of that curiosity into a learning opportunity, check out this helpful article about how to make the most of your voting experience.

Looking for something soothing on these cool fall days? Sink into the beauty of this photo essay from Soule Mama.

Desperate for a little luxury especially now that you're pinching your pennies? Superstar Maggie Mason offers ten little luxuries any supersister can love for under ten dollars.

Need a (very good) laugh? Race over to Flawed But Authentic and leave your confession with Lies Mrs. G Has Told Her Children. If you are desperate to get over that pull-up hump, this really might be your answer.

Here's hoping those little goodies make your weekend reading that much nicer. Let us know your favorite posts from the online parenting world in the comments below.

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