I am happy to introduce to you one of my blogging friends, Mindi from the lifestyle/parenting blog Simply Stavish.
Simply Stavish features one of the most honest looks at life as a Mom of young children (with another on the way that I’ve run across. Mindi’s photographs are so beautiful (you must see them!) and through her blog she shares her love of cooking, traveling, knitting, DYI projects, and, of course, books! Simply Stavish also features one of the sweetest and sentimental by-lines I’ve seen on a blog: Memories Collected Like Seashells in My Sand Pail – love that!
So pop on by Simply Stavish and say a quick hello to Mindi if you get the chance!
About Simply Stavish by Mindi:
I am a working Mom with two boys ages 4 and 2 and I’m expecting my third child in June. I spent the first 8 years of my career in Speech-Language Pathology at a Children’s Hospital. I currently work with adults and children in home health. The real fun for me happens when I am at home with my boys, chasing them around and pretending to be a super hero. I blog about life as a working mom at Simply Stavish . My weekly feature, Words in the Sand, teaches parents how to grow their child’s speech, language, and feeding development through everyday moments.
In addition to blogging, I have a bit of a yarn addiction, which I feed by wiping out the boring boy clothes syndrome 0ne sweater at a time. I also love photography and shooting with my Nikon d7000. At the beginning of this year, I started the Project 365 challenge in an attempt to grow my photography skills even more.
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Here’s what Mindi has to say about the importance of books and reading in her home:
As a Speech-Language Pathologist, I’m huge on reading to my children. We have stacks and stacks of children’s books all throughout the house. My boys love to sit and look at books, which just makes me happy. As a child I loved to escape into a book for hours at a time. I can only hope the introduction of reading at such a young age will help my kids learn to love reading just as much as I do.
Mindi and her son Xander chose to review the children’s picture book, Saturday Night at the Dinosaur Stomp by Carol Diggory Shields. Click HERE to read their review. Thanks Mindi and Xander! For more on Mindi and Xander, please visit our Contributors page or click on the blog button above.
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