This week’s most popular posts from Raising Kvell, in case you missed them.
– The Case of the Purple Booty Shorts-Wearing Babysitter. Ronnie’s babysitter appeared totally legit until she came in one day sporting purple booty shorts and low cut tops–then she had to decide what to do about it.
– Hobby Lobby Doesn’t Cater to Jews. This week was definitely not one of Hobby Lobby’s best. It started with no Hanukkah aisle, and ended in some anti-Semitic comments. Hopefully next year we will see some stocked Hanukkah shelves.
– Your Kids Shouldn’t Have To Compete With Your Phone. As a culture we’re completely obsessed with our smartphones, and when that obsession begins to negatively effect the amount of attention we give our kids, we must reassess.
– What If We Chose Generosity Over Judgment? Ever been that mom on public transportation with a screaming baby, or conversely, the passenger next to them? Rabbi Ayelet S. Cohen suggests we should all approach these aggravating but unavoidable situations with generosity, instead of judgment.