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Supersisters Weekend Roundup

Posted by Jen on January 31, 2009 at 9:00 AM in JenSupersister Weekend Roundup
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love notes to the city

So much good happening on the web this week--the most exciting news being that Supersisters is hosting a Super Valentine's Giveaway February 2nd until the 14th. All you have to do is leave a comment, and everyday you get a chance to win something wonderful either from PBS Parents or from one of our friends around the web. On Valentine's Day we'll do the big give and send home an HP Photosmart
7280 Wireless Printer
or a lovely Graco SweetPeace to two very lucky supersisters who comment from now til then.

And before I forget...Here's what not to miss around the web this week:

Why not make February the month of true love always at your house? Read your kids the legend of St. Valentine for starters or make a library run to collect your favorite books about kids and friendship? If you start now, Valentine's Day will be about so much more than candy and cards by the time the 14th rolls around.

If your kids are more techy than crafty, let them make Valentine's Day cards online with their favorite friends from PBS Kids. These card makers are easy to use and will give your kids a chance to include a wider range of family and friends.

Are you feeling the need for the kind of no-strings attached affection that often alludes mothers of babies and toddlers? Watch this video and read the true life story about how a community of kindness rallied to support our human need for an uncomplicated display of affection.

Looking for a way to help your children bring love to the whole wide world? I had the honor of meeting Greg Mortensen this week and was delighted to learn about Pennies for Peace--a very simple way even small children can help make a difference in faraway places on the planet.

8 Comments

Mariella writes...

Free hugs....awesome!! Sometimes that's all it takes. :) xoxo, ~ M.

Danielle writes...

happy to know you.

Scott writes...

First, a question: are super daddies eligible to participate in this giveaway?

Now, a comment: looking forward to making Valentines online!

Wow!! You got to meet Greg Mortenson?! That is awesome. I read 3 Cups of Tea about a year ago and I think my mom and I have bought 30 books by now to give to friends.

I was also very excited to get his new children's book- "Listen to the Wind." It's so beautifully "illustrated" (it's actually collage) and as you know, it's a beautiful story to share with kids. Very, very cool that you got to meet "Dr. Greg!"

(oh and thanks for hosting the giveaway of Sweetpeace!) :)

marcy writes...

We make cookies and cards to give to our friends, neighbors and the strangers we meet along the way.

Elizabeth writes...

What a great giveaway! We are expecting our first in April, so this is an extra special Valentine's Day for this mom-to-be.

Bookmark writes...

I was also very excited to get his new children's book- "Listen to the Wind." It's so beautifully "illustrated" (it's actually collage) and as you know, it's a beautiful story to share with kids. Very, very cool that you got to meet "Dr. Greg!"

KRISTA28 writes...

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